It never ceases to amaze me what foolish things some people will do while driving a vehicle. A 19-year-old Oregon man caused a three-vehicle accident after he lost consciousness and control of the car as he drove through a tunnel near Portland. The teen’s 1990 Toyota Camry drifted over the centerline and struck a... 
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  It was the 1994 jury verdict that was used as a justification for twenty years of “tort reform”. Special interest groups used the McDonald’s hot coffee jury verdict to justify changes in our legal system — changes supposedly needed to stop “runaway juries”.  But was the McDonald’s jury really... 
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CBS Boston ran a story about one of the Boston Marathon survivors.  Titled “Marathon Bombing Survivor Struggles With ‘Invisible Injury’,” it describes what many of our brain injured clients have to deal with.  If you or a loved one has suffered from a concussion or other brain injury, it’s worth... 
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150 years of Arlington

// May 26th, 2014
May of 2014 marks the 150th year of the Arlington National Cemetery. Along with Mill Springs National Cemetery, Arlington has the distinction of being the oldest military burial ground in the United States. The military cemetery is located in Arlington, Virginia, across the Potomac River from the Lincoln Memorial.... 
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According to Michigan authorities, 451 people were arrested for drunk driving in the state during a three-week period of intensive enforcement efforts in March and early April. The crackdown coincided with the March Madness college basketball tournament, St. Patrick’s Day and spring break for many colleges and... 
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Lyft and Uber, two services that provide access to vehicles for hire via smartphone apps, recently began operating in Tampa. This is despite staunch opposition from industry and regulators. Taxi and limo operators want the Hillsborough County Public Transportation Commission to ticket the companies’ drivers for... 
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Graham Glasgow, an offensive lineman for the University of Michigan, will be charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and will be arraigned before Judge Joseph Burke in Ann Arbor. According to Ann Arbor court records, U-M football coach Brady Hoke suspended Glasgow for part of spring practice and the team’s... 
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It is of the utmost importance that families with special needs take full advantage of benefits that are available from the government and the community. Sometimes families resist accepting these benefits out of a belief that they are only intended for low-income families. While there are income and asset requirements... 
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