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Mar
29
2011

Spring is officially here and the warmer weather has come with it (except for this week)! My kids have been in the pool a lot already and the pool time will only increase from here.

Since I’ve worked in the personal injury business for years, I am usually very focused on safety around my home and while we are out and about BUT it only takes an instant of inattention for something bad to happen. Reeducate yourself on what you should do in the event of water-related accident. Make sure your entire household knows that safety is a team effort. Ensure any safety-related equipment is in good working order. It may have been months since you last laid eyes on that life ring/preserver.

If there is any question about whether something is working properly, get it checked out by a professional.

Here’s to a safe and enjoyable spring/summer season. Get out and enjoy the outdoors with friends and family but BE SAFE!

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Mar
16
2011

This has nothing to do with the law, my blog, our law firm or any of our attorneys BUT I was wondering how many offices still have a friendly wager/competition during March Madness? (am I allowed to type that still)

I just finished filling out my bracket and donating my money to some good charity (read co-worker) since I have no chance whatsoever of winning the annual bracket challenge. It sure is easier filling out those brackets on the internet than it used to be when we would copy it out of the local paper and fill-in,scratch out and re-fill our prognostications.

Good luck to all and if you need a good personal injury lawyer give us a shout!

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Mar
10
2011

A wine bottle opener sold through the popular TV shopping channel QVC and manufactured by Sunbeam Products has been voluntarily recalled today by these companies and in conjunction by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

There have been 52 reports of wine bottles breaking while using this opener and 42% percent of those include some pretty significant injuries including lacerations to hands. Further information can be found from the CPSC notice.

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