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It's never easy to see loved ones get older, especially when simple tasks start to become difficult. Unfortunately, some of our senior loved ones will get to a place where they are no longer driving safely.
In an emergency, there’s not much time to think. Someone you love is hurt, and you call 911. The dispatcher sends an ambulance. Your loved one is rushed to the nearest emergency room, and they are treated on the way to and at the hospital. It’s not until you get the bill that [...]
The end of a workers compensation claim is a critical time for many injured workers. The lucky ones are able to return to their pre-injury employment and return to their familiar jobs. The unlucky few who are unable to return to work are all too often lost and confused in a [...]
It's easy to pick up bad driving habits without even realizing it. Dangerous driving practices may not seem like a big deal when you’ve been able to get away with them without consequence, but it only takes one time for a bad habit to become deadly.
After an accident, victims may receive phone calls from attorneys offering to take their case or seeking more information about their accident. These attorneys are often referred to as “ambulance chasers.” If an attorney reaches out to you after an accident, there are many [...]