The Hillsborough County School Board agreed to settle a lawsuit by an injured high school football player and his family. The school board will pay $2 million to settle the brain injury lawsuit. The 16-year-old was not wearing a helmet when he hit his head on a paint machine during football practice in Oct. 2013. The... 
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On December 11, 2015, the House passed a continuing resolution to fund the government through December 16, 2015 averting a government shutdown and providing time to reach an agreement on the massive Omnibus bill before Congress recesses for the Christmas holiday.  Among the provisions to be considered in the Omnibus... 
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The Illinois Supreme Court ruled in a personal injury case that Brookfield Zoo should not have the same protections as governmental organizations in Illinois, despite it being situated on public land. On Sept. 24, the state high court ruled that the zoo fails important parts of the test used to decide whether it is... 
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Maybe you’ve never given too much thought to what the best practices are to managing your exclusive life insurance leads. Maybe you figure that just because they only come to you, you can just get to them when you please. You could handle them that way, but that would not be too conducive to growing your business.... 
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Texas leads the nation in the number of deaths on the road due to drunk drivers. It’s a fact that law enforcement and DUI attorneys would like to change. The most important thing to remember is that you do not have to be 0.08 BAC or over to be impaired. For some people, even one drink impairs their judgment enough... 
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The Book by Manfred Popp: Lose Weight and thereby reduce Blood Pressure
October 16, 2015- Gaimersheim, Germany- (Kazor.com) – Shortly thereafter the author Manfred Popp has retired with 64 years, he visited the doctor to perform a health check and it turned out that his blood pressure was clearly too high. His doctor said that either he has to take pills for the rest of his life... 
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Homeowners considering filing for bankruptcy often wonder whether doing so means they will lose their home, and whether Chapter 7 liquidation or Chapter 13 reorganization is the better option. Most homeowners can keep their homes if they wish, and the situation is even better for Floridians than for most others. Those... 
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Terry Borum died in custody due to alcoholic withdrawal symptoms. Guards did not provide medical aid. This wrongful death lawsuit was launched against Swisher County in Amarillo, Texas and ultimately resulted in a $1.5 million verdict after a four day trial. Terry Borum, who was mentally disabled, found himself in... 
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Late-life divorce, also called “silver” or “gray” divorce, is becoming more acceptable and common. However, divorce during senior years carries its own unique concerns and financial challenges. Researchers at the Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, found that although overall divorce rates... 
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Toward the end of the year, many publications offer tips on how to survive the holiday season as divorced parents. Although such annual articles provide useful advice on holiday arrangements for children, divorcing parents should aim to develop effective co-parenting strategies that extend all year long. The holiday... 
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