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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Baby You’re a Firework

  On a day when we celebrate what makes America great—lite beer, freedom, greasy food, and baseball—we often end the celebrations with fireworks. Our most favorite Chinese appropriated pastime, fireworks, are both beautiful and dangerous, and like moths to flames we gravitate towards those stands that pop up at the end of every June. While … Read More

Tom’s Thoughts

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Graves family, especially as they lay their son Lane to rest this week. As a father of two sons, who as toddlers, splashed in calm waters at many  resorts, I can only imagine the pain and grief Matt and Melissa Graves are feeling and will feel their … Read More

Metro Series: The Construction

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Day of Action 2016

For the last 3 years has been a part of the Injury Board, an association of experienced trial attorneys practicing both in the United States and the United Kingdom. In order to become a member of Injury Board an attorney must prove his or her commitment to the four key areas that define the best … Read More

Metro Series: The Conception

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Metro Blog Series

Always looking to stay on the pulse, is beginning a blog series on the Washington Metro. Much like Donald Trump, our public transport system has been dominating local news of late, from faulty cables, smoking carriages, a 26 hour shut down, and now an entire year long refurbishing plan. But do we Washingtonians truly appreciate … Read More

Car Accident Procedures

Zika Stay or Zika Go?

Zika has been prevalent in the news of late, from Olympians not wanting to participate in the Rio de Janeiro Summer Games, to new cases being discovered in the United States daily, it is a virus we won’t see disappear for a while. But what is Zika? How does it affect people? How is it … Read More

 “June, She’ll Change Her Tune”

Kudos to Simon and Garfunkel for accurately predicting a transition from rainy May to sun and heat filled June! However, they may have predicted more than the initial summer heat. That’s right, June 1st marked the beginning of the 2016 hurricane season, yet we’ve already had two storms show up early to the party. Hurricane … Read More