Is Light Pollution Really a Thing?

It is that time of year again, and if you haven’t already, you’ll soon be putting up Christmas decorations. Some folks keep outdoor decorating to a minimum, while others (and you probably know some) go all out. You may remember the movie, Christmas Vacation, wherein...

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Not in My Backyard, Said…Scrooge?

When Jeremy and Kristy Morris wanted to purchase a home in West Hayden Estates, they ran into trouble. It was not just any trouble; they were allegedly being discriminated against because of their religion. A letter they received from the Homeowners’ Association...

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A Wrong Diagnosis and the Tragedy That Ensued

Wrong diagnoses can result in wrong medicines being prescribed and wrong ailments being treated. However, usually they don’t result in the loss of major organs. Now a Colorado grandmother is experiencing the worst kind of misdiagnosis. 73-year old Linda Woolley went...

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Partying and Pledge-Hazing: Who is Responsible?

In April of last year, 19-year old Alasdair Russell killed himself on a Miami beach. At the time, he was a student at the University of Southern California (USC). Russell was a part-time model and a pledge of the school’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Now, his mother is...

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Accidents Involving Pedestrians: Who’s at Fault?

Imagine that you are driving to the store just after dark. You are in your own neighborhood where everything is familiar to you. Suddenly, someone crosses the path of your car out of nowhere. That person is wearing dark clothing with no reflectors. Thankfully, you...

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Are All Workplace Accidents Covered by Workers’ Compensation?

If you are injured on the job, you are entitled to 100% of your medical bills. But that is not all; you may also be entitled to something for permanent, partial total liability. The workplace accident does not have to be the fault of the employer for you to file a...

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What Are Your Legal Rights if You Are Misdiagnosed?

If you have a medical issue, going to the doctor is standard practice. You trust that your doctor will diagnose your illness and treat you accordingly.  But what if you don’t get better after the taking your medicine? Do you have a case for misdiagnosis? If a...

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Legal Brief: Mediation

If you are involved in a divorce or property dispute, or perhaps child custody issues post-divorce - mediation may be the way to go. Mediation will keep your case from becoming one, long courtroom battle. Mediation is one of the most frequently used ways to negotiate...

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Things to Know About Motorcycle Accidents

With all of the beautiful weather and Fall finally here, we are seeing more people enjoying their motorcycles. Whether you’re out for a Sunday afternoon ride or your riding a motorcycle to your office, it can be a dangerous way to travel. Accidents on motor bikes...

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Elder Care and Your Loved One

Nursing homes and rehabilitation hospitals are, unfortunately, not always taking the best care of your loved ones. Even in the best of circumstances, you have to be vigilant in order for your loved one to receive the best of care. It is tough and frustrating at a time...

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