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Be Safe This Summer: Stay Bicycle-Smart

06/23/2016
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Bicycling is a breeze. Wind in your hair, sun on your shoulders, therapy for your mind and exercise for your body. Whether you pedal along the beach, around a lake or in a park, your summertime ritual surely will be fun. Until you get hit by a car. The unpleasant […]

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Sometimes we get to see miracles…

06/13/2016
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I returned from being out of town for work for most of the week, tired from traveling across the country, when my cell phone rang. I answered to hear the high-pitched, somewhat squeaky, but excited voice of Hannah Sames say, “I’m getting injected!” Those three simple words are ones those […]

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Rental Car Act of 2015 Championed by Grieving Mother

06/7/2016
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  Twelve years have passed since two 20-something sisters died in a rented PT Cruiser that had an open recall for a defective power-steering hose. At the time, the Budgets, Enterprises and Hertzes of the United States were not required to repair vehicles in their fleets prior to leasing them. […]

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Justice Antonin Scalia: Part-Time Activist

06/2/2016
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Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, to establish his bona fides with conservatives, has released a list of eleven potential Supreme Court nominees. He added, with typical understatement: “If Hillary Clinton, for some reason, wins, your country will never be the same because she’s going to put disasters in the […]

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E-Discovery — Are custodial collections none of your business?

05/20/2016
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The party receiving discovery requests in litigation has the job of trying to understand the locations of potentially responsive data and documents; determining the identity of key custodians; and determining the most efficient and cost effective method for collection. The requesting party has as complicated job. For discovery requests to […]

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Bicycle Safety: The Florida Helmet Law

05/17/2016
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Over the last 20+ years that I’ve been a lawyer, I have represented many injured victims who experienced closed-head injuries, many with associated trauma to the brain and resulting in permanent brain injury.  The cause of the head trauma they experienced varies, ranging from falls from an elevated construction scaffolding […]

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Denial by Jerry Jones: Link between CTE and Professional Football

03/29/2016
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An all too familiar campaign of denial. It seems like every week a different retired football player from the National Football League publically reveals their private struggles with post-football related health issues, and particularly those attributable to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE.  CTE is a progressive degenerative disease found in […]

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