Tom is a proud member of the Injury Board, a group of like-minded trial lawyers from the United States and the United Kingdom selected based upon their proven successful results, leadership positions in state and national trial bars, and involvement and commitment to their local community.
Mental Health: The Impact of 2020
This volume of Living Safer tackles a number of issues associated with the pandemic, but most of all the impact on our mental health. There are a number of helpful tips that we encourage everyone to read about.
In addition, we highlight on the back cover the impact the pandemic has had on America’s love for the bicycle. Statistics show that there are now more bicyclists on the road than ever, which introduces more risks for the bicyclist and the automobile driver.
E-Learning: A Detriment To Your Student’s Future Or An Effective Learning Tool?
The featured article in this edition of Living Safer covers what students, parents and teachers are grappling with during this COVID-19 pandemic. We dig into the pros and cons to consider related to remote learning.
Special Note: Our very own contributed an article this month titled “Foods High in Vitamin D That You Should Add to Your Diet” on page 10, along with Tom’s son Michael Curcio contributing and article on page 28 titled, “What is Regenerative Agriculture?”
Business Interruption Insurance
The cover article of this edition of Living Safer focuses on what you need to know about policies and claims during these uncertain COVID-19 related times. There are a number of factors to consider in determining if your business has the right to recover from your insurer for losses sustained as a result of COVID-19.
Special Note: Our very own Justin Curcio and Rakin Hamad both contributed articles this month titled “Tips to Saving Money Every Month” on page 10, and “Small Ways to Take Off Pounds” on page 31.
Has Zantac Harmed Public Health?
The featured article in this edition of Living Safer focuses on what you need to know about the alleged connection between Zantac and cancer. Once the gold standard for treating digestive diseases since 1983, litigation against Zantac manufacturers have increased in recent years. Find out why.
Special Note: Our very own Justin Curcio and Rakin Hamad both contributed articles this month titled “Intermittent Fasting: What is it?” on page 25, and “Chickpeas Are Good for More than Just Hummus” on page 30.
The Deadly Vaping Epidemic— A Deep Dive
This edition addresses the increasing us and health risks associated with e-cigarette use. Read the full article and discuss with your family and friends so that those you care most about will be informed about the serious health risks of using these products.
Teen Suicide—What Parents Need to Know About the Link to Bullying
Roundup—What You Need To Know About The Potential Links To Cancer
Two recent lawsuits have been decided against Monsanto, finding that the main ingredient in RoundUp, glyphosate, at least partially caused the plaintiffs’ non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
How Millennials are Changing the World You Know
Throughout history, older generations have been quick to criticize those that follow them. This makes sense: after all, the ever-changing nature of the world fosters the development of vastly different societal values, political beliefs, and priorities between generations.
Hard Hitting:The Science of CTE and the New Awareness of Concussions
In 1987, the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Merril Hoge in the 10th round—an Idaho State University graduate who had been a three-time all-conference running back.
America’s Invisible Crime: Child Sex Trafficking
According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, commercial sexual exploitation of children is all around us. Labeled by many as modern-day slavery in America—its occurrence is growing and we need to do something about it now.
Cyberbullying: How Technology Is Pushing Bad Behavior Beyond the Playground
Most all of us have been involved in a bullying situation at some point in our life. Whether the victim or the instigator, it’s an unfortunate aspect of social interaction that one or more individuals might sense vulnerability in another, choosing to express dominance in a hurtful and repetitive way that can be insulting at the very least and threatening at its very worst.
As part of the annual national outreach event known as Injury Board Day of Action, Curcio Law gifted and installed an echo speaker and smart plugs for John and Margaret Edelman, pictured here with Alexandria trial attorneys Tom Curcio and Rakin Hamad. Tom is a proud member of the Injury Board, a group of like-minded trial lawyers from the US and the UK selected based upon their proven successful results, leadership positions in state and national trial bars, and involvement and commitment to their local community.
The goal of this year’s “Smart Home Initiative” is intended to provide support to those in need of assistance with some of the things we take for granted in our day-to-day lives. This amazing couple has been married for 75 years and are supported daily by the wonderful nursing staff from ACCfamily, which allows them to stay in their home. Now they can depend on a little additional help from “Alexa” throughout the day with verbal medication reminders, improved safety by asking Alexa to turn on and off lamps from across the room, and even tune in to their favorite music and radio programs.
Curcio Law is 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 of the legal profession: Relationships, Leadership, Community, and Results.
Each year the Injury Board hosts a Day of Action, a nationwide community outreach effort hosted by the Injury Board to bring together plantiffs’ firms from across the U.S., all working for the same cause on the same day. Through our involvement with Injury Board, Curcio Law has volunteered and aided the United States Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and the Boys and Girls Club of America.
"$213,000.00 Jury Verdict, Auto Accident, Hand injury"
"$1,500,000.00, Auto Accident, Wrongful Death"
"$100,000.00, Auto Accident, Broken Leg"
"$493,000.00, Auto Accident, Brain injury, broken rib, facial lacerations"
"$190,000.00, Auto Accident, Brain injury"