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Podcast: Hoading Behaviors

Our guest this week, Leslie Josel, Founder, Order Out of Chaos joins host Bernard A. Krooks, Esq., to discuss identifying hoarding behaviors, organizational issues and downsizing. [POWERPRESS].  Read More →

US Post Office Cited for Safety Violations and The 3 Most Common Birth Injury Causes – Podcast

US Post Office branches in Illinois have been cited for safety violations. Plus we talk about the 3 most common birth injury causes on this month’s Chicago Injury Alert.  Read More →

Baseball, Hot Dogs and Injuries?

I love baseball, and I like hot dogs, and I was surprised to see them intersect in a personal injury case. But yesterday, I saw that they did. Yesterday, the Missouri Supreme Court held that the “baseball rule”, which protects teams from being sued for fan injuries caused by events on the field, does not protect sports teams when their mascots cause injuries. In this case, the Kansas City... 

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Cell phones can’t be searched by police without first obtaining a search warrant.

A major victory for citizens’ privacy interests today as the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled law enforcement cannot search an arrested person’s cell phone without first obtaining a search warrant.  While the court recognized the need to investigate crimes, the Court found that privacy rights are more important.  Besides, the police may still have the ability to search a cellphone or smartphone... 

Traveling with an Older Adult

By Susan Yubas, founder of FYI Senior Living Solutions, Inc. As we prepare for a trip with older members of our family, we want the plans we make to be as uncomplicated and stress free as possible.  “Ha, ha,” you laugh.  Travel is complicated and stressful on its own these days, let alone when you [...]  Read More →

VA Research: Diabetes & TBI

Jim Fausone Veteran Disability Attorney VA Healthcare does a tremendous amount of research and works to get that information out into the public. As part of an effort to inform Veterans and others about their risk for developing the disease, Timothy, of VA’s Office of Research and Development, appeared on The National Defense, a syndicated radio program provided to radio stations nationwide... 

As investment vehicles, variable annuities leave plenty to be desired

At first blush, annuities sound like a good deal for investors who would like to set aside capital and obtain defined, periodic payments over the long term. However, annuities, and more specifically variable annuities, can be difficult to understand. They can turn out to be more costly than originally expected, and due to their tax-deferred nature, they are typically inappropriate for retirees. For... 

Sorry For The Lack Of Articles, But…..

I had the pleasure of spending the last week at Camp Emerald Bay on Catalina Island with about 35 members of my son’s scout troop.  It has taken time away from the office and my family, and it’s certainly made things more hectic, but it was worth it. Over the course of the week, our kids earned over 100 merit badges in activities ranging from oceanography, environmental sciences, and mammal... 

Florida police officer charged with drunk driving (DUI) after getting into an accident in his undercover car.

On Friday an Opa-Locka police lieutenant was involved in an accident.  The police officer is now facing drunken driving charges after crashing into another vehicle.  The Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) is alleging that the officer rear-ended a car with his unmarked police vehicle.  FHP’s DUI report alleges that the arrested police officer had slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, and there was an... 

Pill Mill Doctor in Florida Sentenced to 18 Years Imprisonment

State authorities have announced that a South Florida doctor has received an 18 year prison sentence for his participation in a “pill mill” scheme. Attorney General Pam Bondi said that the Broward County Sheriff’s Office collaborated with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration to bring the “dangerous drug dealer” to justice. Dr. Thomas Rodenberg was found guilty of trafficking in oxycodone,... 
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