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Nike launches groundbreaking shoes for people with special needs

People with special needs face unique challenges that impact the quality of their everyday lives. For parents of special needs children, there is no greater hope than ensuring their child experiences life to the fullest despite having a disability that may inhibit their independence. Addressing one such issue, on July 13 Nike unveiled a line of shoes designed specifically to help people with special... 

Legislation introduced to extend the EB-5 program proposes major changes

Bi-partisan legislation has been introduced in the U.S. Senate to extend the EB-5 regional center program for immigrant investors, and it includes significant changes. Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) introduced Senate Bill 1501 on June 3. The proposed legislation would implement a five-year extension of the EB-5 regional center program, which would otherwise expire in September... 

Driver with a BAC of .23 kills five

Efraim Carmona pled guilty to five counts of intoxication manslaughter after causing the accident that killed five people in June 2014. Although he could have received a 110-year sentence, he was instead handed a 50-year jail term. 34-year-old Carmona must serve 25 years before he may be considered for parole. He had been driving with a blood alcohol content of .23, about triple the legal limit for... 

The Role of the Mediator in Orange County Divorce Mediation

Orange County divorce mediation is fast becoming one of the leading ways for people to get divorced and end their relationships. The role of mediation has increased in recent years with more and more people looking for an empowered mediation process that is flexible and cheap in its workings. One of the most important things to note in mediation is the role of the Orange County divorce mediator which... 

Insurance Leads are Looking for Something. What is it?

Remember a lead looking for insurance is looking for something in particular. You need to find out what that something is to be of service to them. Are they looking for financial security for their family if something happens to them? Do they want death benefits? Term insurance? Insurance for their children? Medicare supplements? Enrolment information? What does that potential conversion need when... 

Illinois contractor banned from excavation work

An Illinois sewer and water contractor was banned from excavation work by a federal court order, after employees were repeatedly exposed to hazards that could cause serious work injuries. The order was issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit after the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued penalties in 2013 for exposing workers to excavation hazards at a Des Plaines... 

Austin Dog Bites Are Increasing

Last week, the Austin American Statesman reported that dog attacks are increasing in Austin.  The number of dog attacks has increased every year since 2007.  This year is no exception.  Austin has experienced over 1,000 attacks so far, on pace to break last year’s record. These are not good statistics.  I’ve represented a number of victims of dog attacks, ranging from the run-of-the-mill... 

New Clinical Decision Tool to Help Prevent Falls with Seniors

New Clinical Decision Tool to Help Prevent Falls with Seniors A new clinical decision tool is being introduced that will assist medical personnel in helping to prevent seniors from falling. The technology is called Stopping Elderly Accidents, Deaths & Injuries, or STEADI, and is being designed based on guidelines for fall assessment from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).... 

New Clinical Decision Tool to Help Prevent Falls with Seniors

A new clinical decision tool is being introduced that will assist medical personnel in helping to prevent seniors from falling. The technology is called Stopping Elderly Accidents, Deaths & Injuries, or STEADI, and is being designed based on guidelines for fall assessment from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is intended to […]  Read More →

Winter Haven man arrested for DUI after driving wrong way on I-4.

The Florida Highway Patrol arrested a Winter Haven man in Polk County early this morning for DUI after he was allegedly stopped driving the wrong way on I-4.  FHP has dash cams on most of their patrol cars so part of the traffic stop was captured on video.  It appears the driver was initially spotted by another motorist who called 911 to report the alleged incident.  By the time troopers caught... 
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