The Ethics of Pandemic Life

Make the unselfish choice to mask up to protect others With the raging COVID-19 virus playing havoc with our lives, our work, our health and our American society, we individually must make rational decisions to protect one another. The
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Get out!

Outdoors education helps our kids grow in so many ways More now than ever before those who have an interest in learning about the outdoors find it difficult to make connections with people to teach them. This is especially true when it
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Blessing Boxes

Give what you can -- take what you need One cold day in January I called a meeting to see what our law firm could do for the community in the coming year. Over my 40+ years in business I have learned that one of the most important
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Coping with COVID

Pandemic’s far-reaching effects will linger over many aspects of life There is no question about the importance of social interaction. Many people who are doing their best to follow the safety guidelines surrounding COVID-19 are finding
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Ride Responsibly

It’s about this time of year with spring right around the corner that I am reminded of the importance of motorcycle safety. In my years of practice, I have represented many injured motorcycle riders and all of those cases have a
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Trials and Tribulations

Navigating Parenthood as a Single Parent When it comes to parenting most of us are relatively unprepared. We may know the basics from our experience with family or friends, or at least we think we know. But, for every parent I have ever
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The Right Representation

In selecting a lawyer, the first thing you should do is make sure you are selecting a lawyer whose primary area of practice is in the area of your need. The legal profession does not have clear specialty differentiations, as opposed to…
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The Collateral Source Rule

If someone gets hurt in Tennessee, and that injury is caused by the negligence or recklessness of somebody else, that person can recover the reasonable value of the medical treatment needed. To make sure this right is available equally to…
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Food Safety

In 1906, Upton Sinclair published The Jungle, a book that showed the dirty underbelly of the meatpacking industry in Chicago at the turn of the 20th Century.  The book catalogs in gory detail the deplorable and unsanitary conditions of the…
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