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For The First Time, Accidents Are Now The Third Leading Cause of Death

In 2016, the United States had a record 161,374 accidental deaths.  According to the National Safety Council, every three minutes someone dies from a preventable accident.  And every second, an American is injured in a preventable accident.  These figures include … Continue reading

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Reckless Driving Results: First Two Weeks of January 2018

Here are a few of our reckless driving dismissals and notable mentions from the first two weeks of January 2018.  Note: the courts in this area were closed Jan 1-2 and Jan 12 (holidays) and Jan 4-8 (snow days).  The … Continue reading

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First Time Funds: The fundraising environment is strong; the fundraising process is hard

Raising capital for a first time private equity fund is difficult. First time fund managers often are surprised by how long it takes to secure enough capital commitments to hold a fund’s initial closing, particularly when seeking commitments from institutional … Continue reading

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Forcing Regulators to Put Society First

Should regulations benefit society more than they hurt it? This question would seem to have an easy answer—yes, of course, regulation should deliver more good than harm. But regulators are not always required to answer that question in the course … Continue reading

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First Lawsuit Filed Among Motor Vehicle Victims of Amtrak Train Derailment

We have filed the the first lawsuit for a motorist severely injured by the Amtrak train derailment, in partnership with Clifford Law. Read more detail on Recent Medical Malpractice posts –

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