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More Car Accidents Are Caused By Rain Than Any Other Weather Condition

by Steve Fleschner | April 10th, 2018

Spring showers may bring May flowers – but they also bring far too many wrecks. Learn how to keep yourself safe while driving in the rain. According to the US Department of Transportation, on average there are 1 million vehicular crashes each year due to wet pavement. These crashes unfortunately result in the death of…

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Who Do You Sue When A Distracted Driver Hits Your Car?

by Katie Fleschner McMullen | March 19th, 2018

A distracted driver ran a red light and smashed into your vehicle. You are injured. Should you sue the driver directly or sue his insurance company? Often, when we talk with accident victims, they ask us if they need to sue the driver directly or sue the driver’s insurance company. Understandably, this is a perplexing…

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Social Security Grid Rules for the Hearing Win

by Anthony Tanoos II | January 9th, 2018

Today was a great example of how I was able to apply the Social Security Administration’s Medical-Vocational Grid Rules to my client’s disability claim.  I knew my client should win. If the Social Security Administration determines that an ”older individual” cannot perform his or her past work on a full-time basis, then the judge shouldn’t…

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