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Reporting A Dangerous Product

Reporting A Dangerous Product Following is an abbreviated list of recalled items to keep you and your family safe. Items made the list because they have a design or mechanical flaw that could potentially be harmful or deadly. If you have a product that you feel is dangerous, call the manufacturer and report it to […]

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For Your Family’s Safety

For Your Family’s Safety Here are some recently recalled products you have in your home or at work: Giftco, Inc. has recalled 26,157 Winnie the Pool Plate Sets which have plastic forks with prongs that may break and choke children. Philips PC Peripherals has recalled 15,000 Hewlett-Packard L2035 Flat Panel Monitors with incorrectly installed ground […]

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What Some Can Expect During Separation and Divorce

What Some Can Expect During Separation and Divorce By: Holly Gayle Gershon  When separation or divorce proceedings don’t go well – and tempers flare-many of our clients have heard bullying and guilt-inducing comments from their spouses. If you hear one of the following comments or anything else that alarms you during your case, take a […]

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Promises Made

Promises Made By: Daniel L. Haverman In the United States we expect people to keep their promises. We expect our customers to pay for the goods and services we sell them, and we expect businesses to deliver the goods and services they sell us. Virtually every promise made in business is a contract. Contracts can […]

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Family Abduction – Preventative Measures

Family Abduction – Preventative Measures By: Holly Gayle Gershon  Family abduction of a child – as a result of separation or divorce – occurs when a parent or a friend or relative of this parent removes and conceals a child without the permission of the other parent. Abductors may illegally take a child to remove […]

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School Violence

School Violence By: Holly Gayle Gershon What can parents do to protect children? Schools and communities initiate violence-prevention and just programs to foster safe and productive learning environments. Many schools use metal detectors and employ security personnel to keep order. Parents’ roles Educators, parents, and students suggest that parents have responsibility to prevent school violence […]

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Do you have enough auto insurance?

Do you have enough auto insurance? By: Daniel L Haverman Many who think they have sufficient auto insurance protection learn otherwise after accidents. One option every driver should purchase is uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM). Never sign UM/UIM waivers. UM coverage protects you when a negligent driver in an automobile accident has no insurance. It pays […]

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Frivolous Lawsuits

Frivolous Lawsuits By: Daniel L Haverman When I go to dinner parties, nonprofit organization meetings, or am on the golf course, folks always ask me why trial lawyers file frivolous medial malpractice lawsuits. “Don’t insurance companies raise our rates when they have to pay for those suits?” they ask. Here’s my answer. Frivolous-lawsuit claims are […]

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Auto Accidents – Cell Phone Cameras

Auto Accidents – Cell Phone Cameras By: Daniel L Haverman If you are in an auto accident, we recommend that you take photos with your cell phone’s camera to capture details that might help you later. Photos can provide important evidence and affect the validity and value of any claim. Here are images that accident […]

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Keep Our Children Safe

Keep Our Children Safe By: Holly Gayle Gershon Parents have followed tragic school events in the media and wondered what advice they could give to their children to help keep them safer while at school. Here are suggestions: Respect everyone else, no matter how different they seem. Embrace differences in race, religion, economic status, and […]

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Attorney’s Save You Money

Attorney’s Save You Money Most people think only about the bill, but there are a number of ways in which attorneys save you money. You read that right; an attorney can save you money. Representing yourself in a personal injury claim may seem like a great way to save money, especially if your case seems […]

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Attorney-Client Privilege

Attorney-Client Privilege Q: What does attorney-client privilege mean? A: Without the client’s permission, an attorney may not disclose confidential information that a client has communicated to him or her. Q: Is every communication covered by privilege? A: No. Attorney-client privilege protects only that spoken or written information conveyed to an attorney hired by the client, […]

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Are You Losing Important Legal Rights?

Are You Losing Important Legal Rights? Are Americans losing important rights because of change our justice system? Our answer is yes. Trial lawyers wholeheartedly recommend and support every opportunity to make changes that are fair to everyone affected by the law. We support all improvements that will make justice more accessible and effective doe individuals […]

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America’s Nursing Crisis

America’s Nursing Crisis The nation has too few nurses. Hospitals are actively recruiting overseas and offering substantial employment bounces to those nurses who come to work for them. Because of this nursing-care shortage, many health-care professionals fear that the quality of care is suffering. According to USA Today, 32 percent of Americans fear for their […]

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