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Blog Posts in February, 2014

  • Mediation for Your Small Business: Does It Really Work?

    An Alternative To Litigation For Your Business Despite their size, small businesses encounter the same types of issues as large companies. Managing cash flow, co-owners, employees, customers, and conflicts are all part of everyday operations. When disputes arise, they often take a tremendous toll on a business’s bottom line. Few small business owners have the resources to pay hefty attorney’s fees ...
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  • What NOT to Do after a Car Accident

    5 Things To Avoid After An Auto Accident Most experienced drivers know all the steps to take after an accident. But do you know what not to do? Car accidents happen quickly and, in most cases, unexpectedly. With your adrenaline pumping and your emotions running high, there’s a good chance you won’t exactly be thinking straight after an accident happens. Knowing what to avoid ahead of time will ...
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  • $1.2 Billion Judgment Against Johnson & Johnson Reversed

    Arkansas Supreme Court Reverses Historic Risperdal Judgment On March 20th, the Arkansas Supreme Court reversed one of the largest pharmaceutical and business fraud judgments in state history. The case , which involved alleged violations of Arkansas Medicaid law and the state deceptive trade practices act, was decided at the trial level in 2012 in Pulaski County. The original lawsuit was filed when ...
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  • Sharing the Road: 6 Safety Tips for Drivers and Cyclists

    Staying Safe In A Car (And On A Bike) After a long, cold winter, temperatures are finally rising. Spring is in the air, which means more bicyclists on the roads. Although most serious cyclists are aware of the cycling rules of the road, many drivers are not. Stay safe by brushing up on the rules for drivers and cyclists alike. 1. Cyclists: Ride Single File Many cyclists like to ride in groups. ...
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  • April: National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    Distracted Driving: Shocking Statistics We all know it’s dangerous to text and drive, but seeing the statistics puts the danger into perspective. According to the National Safety Council, 23 percent of car crashes are caused by so-called distracted drivers. That’s 1.3 million auto accidents every single year, making distracted driving just as deadly as driving drunk. Although texting is the ...
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