• Research Indicates that Bicycles Accidents Increased by 28 Percent Between 1998 and 2013

      According to U.S. census data, riding a bicycle was the fastest-growing way of getting to work between 2000 and 2008-2012. While riding a bike is unquestionably a fuel-efficient, healthy, and often fun way to get from place to place, it also exposes riders to a significant risk of serious injury. In fact, according to a research letter published in the Journal of the American M ...

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    • Side Underride Guards on Trucks Could Save Lives

      When a vehicle crashes into the underside of a tractor-trailer the results can be devastating. In far too many instances, the driver and/or passengers of the vehicle are instantly killed by decapitation. In such crashes, the normal occupant safety features such as airbags and seatbelts cannot perform their intended functions.

      Jared Staver/ Chicago Personal Injury Lawyer- 5 readers -
    • Proving Permanent Injuries in Truck Accident Cases

      Hi there, I am a Personal Injury Attorney in Houston. Motor vehicle accidents involving trucks, tractor trailers, and big rigs can lead to serious accidents with catastrophic and permanent injuries and damages. In many cases, the insurance companies scoff when an injured accident victim claims permanent damage in a Houston truck or car accident case.

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  • School Bus Safety

    Each year, thousands of children and adults suffer from injuries that are the result of school bus accidents. If you or your child has been hurt in a school bus accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be able to file a lawsuit. You can do so by consulting an experienced Chicago bus accident lawyer at Staver Law Group who understands the importance of scho ...

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  • Episode 11 – Next Lawyer Up Podcast with Ron Sykstus featuring Gary Conchin

    This episode of the Next Lawyer Up podcast features attorney Gary Conchin. Gary’s name is synonymous with great lawyering. In addition to his legal acumen, Gary is as down to earth and easy going as they come. He is very easy to talk to which makes it no wonder why he always has a multitude of people seeking his representation.

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  • Subprime Auto Loan Crisis Looming

    Several weeks ago, I wrote on the possibility of another subprime mortgage crisis. Now, it appears that subprime auto loan defaults are nearing crisis levels. According to a Morgan Stanley research booklet, finance providers and the consumer debt market as a whole should take note that auto delinquency and default rates are on the rise.

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  • You Just Received An OED Bar Grievance. Now What?

    The only time a patent attorney or agent ever wants to hear from the USPTO’s Office of Enrollment and Discipline is when they are admitted to the Patent Bar and issued a registration number. Other than that, no news is good news. So if an envelope arrives from the OED (certified mail, return receipt requested), don’t expect the Office to be writing to complement you on your we ...

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  • Untying The IP Ethics Knot

    Do you worry about ethics in your IP practice? If not, you should. There is way too much going on out there, and not knowing what is happening can leave you exposed to ethics and malpractice risk. If you can spare 90 minutes, tune in tomorrow from 1:00-2:30 pm EST for the ABA-IPL Landslide Webinar Series, entitled “Identifying and Resolving Ethical Conflicts of Interest in Patent Prosecution.

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  • Stealing from the Dead – Accounting Malpractice Post

    Plante Moran is one the largest accounting firms in the U.S. Ranking at number 14, the firm is widely known throughout the Midwest. Its headquarters is in Southfield, Michigan. When you employ over 2000 people, someone is bound to make a mistake. In an accounting malpractice case called “modern day grave robbery”, Plante Moran was sued for failing to detect a $60 million theft during an audit.

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  • Will Stronger Laws Reduce Drunk Driving? – St. Louis Car Accident Lawyer

    Anything that can be done to reduce drunk driving accidents, even by a small amount, should be done Drunk driving laws are nothing new. They’ve been in place in one form or another in the US for over 100 years. When the laws were first brought out, there was no way to measure the level of alcohol in the blood but in more recent years, drivers can be tested and the amount of alc ...

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  • Larry Holley—Fraud Charges

    Larry Holley, the pastor of Abundant Life Ministries in Flint, Michigan, Allegedly Ran a Faith-infused Investment Fraud Scam Which Purportedly Misled Pensioners, Laid-off Auto Workers, and Church Goers to Believe they Were Investing into a Solid Real Estate Business Larry Holley, the pastor of Abundant Life Ministries in Flint, Michigan, is facing fraud charges and an emergency asset freeze after.

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