Although motorcycle riders are only 2% of all registered vehicles in the United States, 5% of traffic fatalities are motorcycle riders. Motorcycle riders are at higher risk because bikes are … [Read more...] about Motorcycle Defensive Driving
Books? Check Comforter? Check Oil Change? Check If you are sending your son or daughter to college with the family car, this is a momentous occasion. Not only is your child on … [Read more...] about College and Car Ownership: A Check List
The airwaves have been buzzing with two separate incidents of police brutality during the summer. First, Eric Garner of New York was allegedly killed by New York police officers who used a chokehold … [Read more...] about Cops and Cameras: A National and Local Discussion
Brain Injuries are in the news again, and once again, sports-related brain injuries are the focus of attention. We have been watching how the National Football League handled its negotiations with … [Read more...] about College Athletes and Traumatic Brain Injuries
The above is not a title of a summer blockbuster (Sharknado included). No, it is a serious name for what the National Safety Council calls the summer time teen driving experience. You might wonder … [Read more...] about Summer: the 100 Deadliest Days
Our elder care law team is a highly valued arm of our practice. We view defending the rights of vulnerable senior citizens in our communities as a moral imperative. Between scams that prey on the … [Read more...] about Is it Delirium or Dementia?