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October 2020 News

Spending Halloween At Home? Read This First!

Spooky season is finally upon us! The weather has gotten colder, decorations have gone up, and memories of Halloween parties (like Bart Durham’s legendary Open House, costume contests, and trick-or-treating outings are fresh in everyone’s minds. While this October 31 will be [...]
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Bart Durham’s Halloween Open House Through The Years

October is one of our favorite months of the year! Across Tennessee and Kentucky, people celebrate Halloween with spooky traditions, costume parties, trick-or-treating, pumpkin patches, “haunted” events, and more. However, at Bart Durham Injury Law, no tradition is more [...]
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The Correlation Between Daylight Saving Time and Car Wrecks

Driving is dangerous at any time of year. Accidents happen for a variety of reasons. And knowing about the potential causes and increased danger at certain times can help you avoid them. Daylight Saving Time is the practice of adjusting our clocks an hour ahead in the [...]
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How You Can Help Teachers and Students Safely Return to School

COVID-19 has changed the way we think about entering public spaces. Before 2020, most people didn’t have a problem with walking into a room full of people. But now, that same scenario will give many people a moment of pause. Schools are reopening and our children are [...]
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Can I Get Workers’ Compensation If I Get Sick at Work?

Getting sick is at the forefront of everyone’s mind right now. COVID-19 has dominated the social consciousness for most of the year, and for good reason. However, we are also about to enter the flu season. These two highly-contagious illnesses are likely to spread across the [...]
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5 Tips for Staying Safe Halloween 2020

Summer’s officially over and Halloween will be here before you know it. This is many people’s favorite time of year, especially kids that love monsters and candy. However, as well all know, everything looks a little different this year due to COVID-19. Halloween celebrations [...]
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Is Your School Following COVID-19 Guidelines?

COVID-19 has changed just about every aspect of how we go about our lives over the course of 2020. And now we’ve reached a new school year. Our children’s education must continue, but how can we be sure that their health is being taken care of as much as possible. The CDC as [...]
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