Can I Sue a Bar That Overserved the Person Who Hit My Car?

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Now that the holidays are in full swing, many people are traveling to holiday parties and events to celebrate the season. Drinking and partying also occur more often during the holiday season, specifically at bars and restaurants. Texas has a set of laws called dram shop laws that govern what … Read More

7 Essential Road Trip Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday for family and friends to get together and celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. It is also one of the most dangerous times to be on the road. From 2012 to 2016, more than 800 people died in drunk driving accidents during the Thanksgiving holiday period. Thanksgiving … Read More

After Several Deadly Bus Accidents, Are Your Children Safe?

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In a three-day span at the end of October, several children were injured or killed in school-bus related accidents. These crashes occurred in Mississippi, Indiana, and two Florida cities. In Pennsylvania, authorities reported that a driver hit a 7-year-old boy while he was waiting at the bus stop, and the … Read More

How Bad Is the Distracted Driving Problem in Pennsylvania?

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When was the last time you saw a distracted driving PSA? They are constantly on television, radio stations and social media, but are Pennsylvanians paying attention to them? New statistics say that the drivers in our state are not heeding these warnings, and it’s creating a massive distracted driving problem. … Read More

Thank You for Your hard work

Dear Neil: Thank you so much for all your hard work and support through this ‘journey’ – Warmest Regards B & K

Calls For Limousine Inspection and Regulatory Enforcement in the Wake of 20 Deaths

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Earlier this month, 20 people were killed when a stretch limousine barreled through a stop sign and crashed into two others celebrating a family wedding. In the subsequent investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”), Nauman Hussain, the operator of the limousine company that provided the limo involved in … Read More

CHAOS AT THE U.S. TENNIS OPEN

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In the 2018 U.S. Tennis Open final match between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka, tempers flared over rules violations. Umpire Carlos Ramos, during the second game of the second set, called Serena Williams for a code violation for “illegal coaching”. Setting aside the obvious — that the anti-coaching rule is … Read More

THE TRUCKING INDUSTRY ITSELF IS DIVIDED OVER THE USE OF “TWIN 33″ TRAILERS

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In 2016, nearly 4,000 Americans died in collisions involving large trucks. Current law allows 28′ trailers to be hauled in tandem. But certain forces in the trucking industry, however, want to go to 33 foot trailers or “Twin 33’s” in all states — adding approximately 18% more capacity to tandem … Read More

Applying for a New Job? Review Your Social Media

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We see it regularly in the news — whether it is Joy Reid of MSNBC, Guardians of Galaxy Director James Gunn, or New York Times Editorial Board Member Sarah Jeong — people can be called on to explain prior social media posts. In fact, it is quite common for companies … Read More

Thank You For Speaking

Dear Neil: Thank you for speaking at the AAJ Trucking Litigation Group’s Seminar. I truly appreciate all of the hard work you did in preparing your paper, your PowerPoint and your remarks for the presentation. I know firsthand how many hours it takes to deliver the type of professional performance … Read More