By Tom Curcio | Published June 30, 2016 | | |
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 dangerous, Read MoreRead More
Yes, it is nearly that time of the year when roses sell for more than premium gas, and when chocolate is consumed by the ton. It is Valentine’s Day, when a burning love reigns supreme, whether that be the love between two or more people, between a person and their animal(s), or between a person Read MoreRead More
Oftentimes when potential clients call Curcio Law the first question they ask is, “How much will your services cost me?” When someone has just been in an accident, they’re vulnerable, hurt, and uncertain about the future, and the last thing they should have to worry about is how much their lawyer is going to cost. Read MoreRead More
The brain is a prized possession in the modern world. Sure, jocks always get the girls, but pop culture icons like Jimmy Neutron, Artemis Fowl, Tony Stark, and Stewie Griffith dominate our society with examples of how intelligence can trump even the most macho of the jocks. But our brains are fragile, and in the Read MoreRead More
Independence Day is very nearly upon us! Time for barbeques, fireworks, picnics, and baseball. But what does this day really mean to Americans? When the haunting tunes of the “Star-Spangled Banner” waft through crowds at the Nationals Game or “Proud to be an American” spits from static-y radio speakers on the country station, what do Read MoreRead More
Although you may be planning to give your Valentine a dozen roses or box of chocolate, safety behind the wheel is hands down the best gift you can give this Valentine’s Day. Below is our “Valentines Special” featuring several of our best suggestions for driving safety. V-Very Attentive: When driving, walking, riding a bike, or Read MoreRead More
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