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    • Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – the invisible injury

      Mild Traumatic Brain Injury – the invisible injury

      This past weekend concussions suffered by three National Football League quarterbacks illustrated a common problem found with those suffering traumatic brain injuries. One news report indicated…

    • How to react, when your child is bullied?

      How to react, when your child is bullied?

      What to do? As a parent that is a common question when it comes to our children. When my son was being bullied at school by another student, my first reaction was to want to got directly to that…

    • The value and respect of the Elder

      The value and respect of the Elder

      EVERYBODY MATTERS OREVERYBODY MATTERS OR

      NOBODY MATTERS –

      Injuries to our older clients

      How many times do we have clients who are by definition…

    • Mastering the Basics of Bullying With the Help of an Eight-year-old

      Mastering the Basics of Bullying With the Help of an Eight-year-old

      When my second grader came home from school last year uttering the words, “Max is bullying me…” my immediate reaction was arguably typical for a trial lawyer who spends his…

    • Brain Injuries

      Brain Injuries

      Every year in the United States more than 1.5 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). All too often traumatic brain injuries are caused by those operating motor vehicles and…

    • Farm Injuries – Part 2 – Tractor Rollovers

      Farm Injuries – Part 2 – Tractor Rollovers

      I remember one summer while I was working on my Uncle's farm a local farmer being killed when the tractor he was driving rollovered and on top of him. It was a tragic event for the farming…

    • Farming Injuries – Part 1

      Farming Injuries – Part 1

      I spent my summers growing up and many of my weekends during the school year on this farm. It is still owed and operated by my Uncle, who is one of the most wonderful persons in the world….

    • Hands-Free Devices Still Cause Driver Distractions

      Hands-Free Devices Still Cause Driver Distractions

      While use of Hands-Free Devices is safer for drivers, studies show that the devices still cause driver distractions. This is because when a driver is talking on their cell phone, even with a…

    • Winter Driving

      Winter Driving

      The Pacific Northwest is blanketed by snow which is to continue for the next 36 hours. Now, more than ever drivers need to put down their cell phones and pay attention to the roadway and cars and…

    • Distracted Drivers

      Distracted Drivers

      Cellular phones have become a real danger on our public highways. All too often, crashes causing death and serious injuries are the result of a driver texting or talking on their cell…