Youth Sports and Safety In my previous post, I discussed the importance of motorists driving safely especially around schools and playgrounds. Wherever we are driving, we need to pay special attention for children, even more so as the weather gets nicer and more children are outside playing youth sports. This is true for city driving

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The lists of verdicts posted outside assignment judges’ courtrooms routinely record more “no causes” than plaintiff’s verdicts. There are many reasons for this. Since the plaintiff must establish all the elements of a prima facie case, successfully proving plaintiff’s civil case is harder than defending it. Complicating the situation is changing juror attitudes. It’s safe

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Still, existing traffic laws can be murky, and they vary from state to state, leaving both motorists and runners unclear about who’s at fault in the event of an accident. For instance, in many states, runners can use both the roads or the sidewalks. But in New York State, it’s generally unlawful to run on

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On May 12, 2015, at about 9:30 P.M., Amtrak train 188 from Washington to New York derailed just north of downtown Philadelphia, leaving 8 dead and 200 wounded. The train, which carried 238 passengers and 5 crew members, jumped the track at “Franklin Junction,” a sharp bend in the track with a posted speed limit