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Daylight Saving Time’s Effect on Drivers

When we spring forward and adjust our clocks for Daylight Saving Time (DST), this results in more daylight during the evening hours and less light during the early morning. This can provide a shift towards longer days in the summer. While it might take your household a few days to adjust to the time change, […]

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Brain Injury Awareness Month: 5 Facts

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, and we here at Williams DeLoatche, P.C. want to talk a little bit about the instances of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) that occur each year. Each year, approximately 3.6 million people suffer a brain injury of some degree. This can cause both temporary and permanent damage, resulting in balance […]

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Burden of Proof – What is it?

The legal world can be very complicated for someone that has never navigated this territory before. There are many different types of personal injury cases, including car accidents, dog bites, motorcycle accidents, premises liability and wrongful death – just to name a few. There are certain processes that are used by legal staff to help […]

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Dog Training Education Month

Dogs can truly be man’s best friend, but sometimes it takes a little (and sometimes it takes a LOT) of training to reinforce good behaviors. It can be quite a challenge to be around a dog that is very excitable, jumps on people, runs around knocking things over, or potentially even bites someone. It doesn’t […]

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Teen Driving Awareness Month

Every January we observe Teen Driving Awareness Month. An unfortunate fact about teen driving is that motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the U.S. (according to the CDC). Inexperienced driving puts teens in a dangerous scenario. To help prepare you and your teens as they become young drivers, we […]

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National Blood Donor Month

In January, The Red Cross celebrates National Blood Donor Month, and winter is a critical time when the need for a sufficient blood supply goes up. Donating blood and platelets is something that many people are capable of doing, and it’s something that’s celebrated. It’s a lifesaving impact that you can have on the community. […]

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