The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) has concluded the business of ruling on cases for the time being, and we thought that we would devote the next few blogs to an explanation of some of … [Read more...] about The Rule of Law
June is National Safety Month, and the National Safety Council has devoted the entire month to providing important information about the most preventable types of accidents. Slip and fall accidents … [Read more...] about Don’t Slip Up!
We applaud the Department of Defense, which has established the world’s first brain tissue repository to help researchers in their understanding of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among service … [Read more...] about Defense Department Funds Brain Injury Research
With the school year ending soon, hoards of American families will hit the road for a summer getaway. Ensuring that your children, even older children, are properly secured in your vehicle will help … [Read more...] about Are We There Yet?
The media is abuzz with the results of a recent study by the insurance industry, claiming that since Michigan changed its helmet law last year to require only riders under the age of 21 to wear … [Read more...] about Helmet Law Buzz
The statistics about the numbers of Americans who are aging and approaching retirement are no secret – we have been reading about them for years now. The latest government survey tells us that by the … [Read more...] about Seasoned, Experienced or Just too Old? The Age Discrimination Act