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Guides to Hiring a Lawyer, Attorney or Law Firm

05/29/2013
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How do you find a lawyer and what information do you want to know before deciding on the lawyer you ultimately hire? We have written several articles discussing this subject: Picking the Best Attorney — Picking Just the “Right” Lawyer What are “lawyer referral services”? When Should You Hire an […]

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Wrigley to Halt Sale of Caffeine Gum

05/17/2013
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Wrigley, the gum company, will stop the production of chewing gum that includes a caffeine jolt until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) figures out to how regulate caffeine-enhanced consumer items. The new gum was marketed as Alert Energy Caffeine Gum and it contains about 40 milligrams of caffeine, […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury and Falls are Preventable

04/4/2013
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If you are over the age of 65 a dangerous fall could be in your future according to federal health regulators. None of us likes to think we’re getting older but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  finds that among Americans age 65 and older, one in three […]

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Carnival Cruise More Like Traveling with a Circus Caravan

03/28/2013
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They have barely found themselves back on land and a number of lawsuits have already been filed against Carnival Cruise Lines over the disastrous ship Triumph’s trip from hell.  An engine room fire on February 10 left the 3,000 passengers with no toilets or air conditioning, little food and fresh […]

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Private School Records Vanishing

02/11/2013
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There is little oversight of the private school industry in Florida. Once they are opened and operating, they are effectively an island unto themselves. They do not have to be subjected to testing or evaluation. Private schools are not licensed, approved or regulated by the Florida Department of Education. When […]

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Cyber-Bullying is Not Your Dad’s Playground Bullying

02/8/2013
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None of us live in a vacuum. We all yearn for positive interaction with other people. During our formidable years we need acceptance by our peers perhaps more than at any time. Bullying is one of those things that crosses all ethnic, age and gender lines. Statistics vary, but the […]

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Smart Phones + Texting While Driving = Dumb Drivers

01/29/2013
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“Be extra careful driving late at night.  You are likely going to be sharing the road with drunk drivers.”  If your parents were like mine when I started driving in South Florida, you likely heard this familiar warning many times.  Unfortunately, they were sometimes right.  If my two children were […]

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