Monthly Archives: October 2011

Gounaris Abboud Web512K_Stream.wmv

Gounaris Abboud Co. LPA video found on Whiotv.com’s legal page. This video in intended to provide the basics that one needs if they are ever confronted with a DUI or OVI charge. The law firm of Gounaris Abboud Co., LPA, is based in Dayton, Ohio and is dedicated to providing quality and reliable legal representation to clients in Dayton and the surrounding areas. The founding partners of the Gounaris Abboud law firm are Nick Gounaris and Tony Abboud and the firm provides its clients with exceptional and complete litigation support and was built on the premise of being strong advocates for its clients no matter the legal issues. At Gounaris Abboud Co., LPA, we know that success stems from a personal commitment; a commitment not just to achieve the right result, but a commitment to know and thoroughly understand its clients issues and relationships. By acquiring personal knowledge of each clients unique situation, goals and concerns, it allows the lawyers at Gounaris Abboud Co., LPA, to properly evaluate a clients best interests and then design and implement a winning strategy.
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Rachel at Delessio Market

Some cool traffic violation images:

Rachel at Delessio Market


Image by Marie the Bee
Today I was supposed to go to the courthouse to take care of a traffic violation. Instead I played hooky with Rachel.

Enjoying the scenery and some snacks


Image by TTVo
The road was snagged for half an hour without an accident. The guy caused all kind of traffic violations, from illegal parking to jay walking. I drove past the junction, parked legally, then brought my camera back to snap pictures for the next 15 minutes.

Busted


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Traffic is so bad on Las Vegas Blvd that police can pull cars over for traffic violations on bike patrol.

Marijuana and driving: medicated is not “stoned”

Research Report: Developing limits for driving under cannabis www3.interscience.wiley.com Does a positive Urine Analysis test (UA) or Blood Test for THC (Marijuana/Pot) indicate and/or confirm a driver is under the influence at the time the drug test is administered? NO! A current and upcoming debate in DUI Laws is whether Marijuana, (aka Pot, Mary Jane, Chronic, Weed, etc.) impairs a motorist’s ability to operate a vehicle. More importantly is the fact that Marijuana has a long “shelf life”, meaning that it can exist in a person’s blood stream long after having any effect on their mental and motor skills. www.duisandiego.com Drugged Driving: Experts Say Marijuana DUI Limit Should Be Similar to Alcohol, Not Zero Tolerance stopthedrugwar.org Although it is tempting to consider the possibility of simply adapting the same techniques, policies, procedures and countermeasures that were developed for the drinking and driving problem to deal with the marijuana and driving issue, such an approach belies the complexity of the issue. Whereas there may be similarities and parallels between drinking and driving and marijuana and driving, it is important to appreciate that the differences are substantial. Marijuana can be detected in the blood for up to 30 days after use. When someone with, for instance, a spinal cord injury is properly medicated with marijuana to relieve muscle spasms, that person is a far safer driver than if they were not medicated at all (since muscle spasms can

Massachusetts DUI Defenses


DUI Defenses

www.delsignoredefense.com Massachusetts – Massachusetts Defenders breath – Massachusetts First Offense DUI arrest – Massachusetts lawyer Michael DelSignore represents clients throughout the State of Massachusetts, in a variety of criminal charges ranging from operating under the influence of domestic assault.


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defense driving while driving is a specialized field. That a qualified DUI law attorneys find a solution to your legal problem if you or a loved one has been arrested for drunk driving or drunk driving. Contact a lawyer from Massachusetts DUI Laws near you for a free consultation by 1.800.DUI.LAWS call. www.1800duilaws.com
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Have a Happy ? and Safe ? Halloween, Raleigh Personal Injury Attorneys Say

Have a Happy – and Safe – Halloween, Raleigh Personal Injury Attorneys Say











Raleigh personal injury lawyer Ken Hardison


Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) October 26, 2011

Parents and children plan for months on how to celebrate Halloween, from carving pumpkins to picking out candy to selecting the right costume.

Failing to make proper safety plans, however, could come back to haunt you, say the Raleigh personal injury attorneys of Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law.

“Halloween night is truly one of the best times of the year for families,” Raleigh personal injury lawyer Ken Hardison says. “But it’s also a night that carries a high risk for accidents and injuries, especially if basic safety measures aren’t taken regarding trick-or-treaters, pets and homes.”

To ensure this Halloween is a happy and safe one, the firm suggests following 10 tips:

1. Children – and in some cases, adults – should wear costumes that are fireproofed and allow the wearer to have good visibility, including peripheral vision.

2. Make sure that an adult accompanies children at all times when they go out trick-or-treating. If older children or teens are not accompanied by an adult, then the firm suggests giving them a fixed time when they must return and a cell phone to call home.

3. Only trick-or-treat at homes where you know the residents. Children should never go into the home of a stranger.

4. Tell children that they are not to eat any treats until they are taken home and properly examined by an adult. Never consume any candy in which the packaging is opened.

5. Trick-or-treaters and parents should carry a flashlight or glow stick, or they should wear a costume with reflective tape. This makes the wearer readily visible to cars, motorcycles, bicycles and other pedestrians.

6. Confine, leash or otherwise prepare all household pets for trick-or-treaters coming onto the property. The risk of dog bites can be extremely high when pets encounter strangers.

7. Keep all sidewalks, walkways, driveways and porches well lit and free of any obstacles and objects, or else conspicuously mark any known hazards on one’s property. This reduces the possibility of trick-or-treaters injuring themselves in a slip and fall.

8. Use battery-powered lights in jack-o-lanterns instead of candles so as to eliminate the possibility of fires or burn injuries. If candles are used, make sure to keep them away from areas where they could catch a child’s costume on fire.

9. All motorists should drive slowly through neighborhoods and be on extra alert for children at intersections and crosswalks.

10. Don’t drink and drive if you attend a Halloween party. Call a taxi, take public transportation, arrange for a designated sober driver or call a friend or family member to help you get safely home instead.

According to the most recent statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 48 percent of all fatal car accidents and motorcycle accidents on Halloween in 2009 involved a motorist with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .08 or higher.

“We want everybody to have a fun Halloween,” says Ben Cochran, an experienced Raleigh personal injury attorney and managing partner of Hardison & Cochran. “By taking proper precautions, it can be an enjoyable night that creates memories that last a lifetime.”

About Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law

Hardison & Cochran, Attorneys at Law, is a highly respected North Carolina personal injury, workers’ compensation and Social Security disability law firm with offices in Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville, Dunn, New Bern, Southern Pines and Wilmington. The firm’s practice areas include car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, dog bites, dangerous drugs, defective medical devices, nursing home abuse and negligence and traffic violations. For more information, call the firm toll-free at (800) 434-8399 or use the firm’s online contact form.

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Black Bear Takes A Summer Slide

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The Antlers—September 24, 2009 @ Criminal Records

A few nice criminal record images I found:

The Antlers—September 24, 2009 @ Criminal Records


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The Antlers—September 24, 2009 @ Criminal Records


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Washington Personal Injury Attorney Says High Cost of Car Accidents Underscores Need for Legal Advocacy

Washington Personal Injury Attorney Says High Cost of Car Accidents Underscores Need for Legal Advocacy











Seattle personal injury attorney Dean Brett


Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 25, 2011

Veteran Washington personal injury attorney Dean Brett said this week that a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report about the cost of automobile fatalities is a reminder that car accidents result in financial injury to innocent people.

“Even if you walk away from an automobile wreck, and insurance repairs your car, you pay for it in the end,” said Brett, a Washington auto accident lawyer and partner in Brett & Coats, PLLC.

“When there are injuries or a death, on top of the personal loss, financial losses extend far beyond what people expect, and those who have been unjustly harmed deserve help in meeting those costs.”

The CDC report said that an analysis of data from 2005 showed that deaths in vehicle crashes had resulted in $ 41 billion in medical and work-loss costs across the country. In Washington State, the CDC found $ 665 million in total crash-related costs in a single year, which comprised $ 657 million in work-loss costs and $ 8 million in medical costs.

“The CDC studied fatal wrecks, but there are losses, higher losses in many cases, because of medical costs after wrecks that cause injuries but not death,” Brett said. “Anyone in any car wreck needs to consider lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, and other expenses.”

In addition to insurance money, a person hurt by a negligent driver may be able to recover damages from the person who caused the injury, or that person’s employer in some cases, Brett said. Likewise, if a person dies because of injuries suffered in a car accident caused by careless driving, his or her survivors may pursue a Washington wrongful death claim.

“Anyone who has been harmed by a car accident involving another party needs to consult seasoned legal counsel to protect their rights,” Brett said. “And, if another person is found to have caused your injuries or the death of a loved one through their negligence, you have a right to be made financially whole.”

The Washington car accident attorneys of Brett & Coats have represented clients with major auto accident, personal injury and wrongful death claims for nearly 40 years. The firm, which has offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane and Bellingham, has recovered numerous multimillion-dollar claims for its clients.

“Our goal is to help car accident victims secure the compensation they need to move on with their lives,” Brett said. “We make sure that insurance companies and negligent parties properly compensate injured people for the losses they are due from major personal injuries and wrongful deaths.”

About Brett & Coats

Brett & Coats, Personal Injury Attorneys, PLLC is a Washington personal injury law firm with offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Bellingham and Spokane. The firm represents car accident victims, including those injured in DUI/DWI accidents, and other personal injury victims throughout the state of Washington. The firm’s practice areas also include motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, boating accidents, construction accidents, railroad collisions and aviation crashes. For more information, call the firm at (800) 925-1875 or use its online contact form.

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Cool Background Check images

A few nice background check images I found:

Soccer – Army Youth Sports and Fitness – CYSS – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 111001


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USAG-Humphreys Youth Sports provides a variety of sports programs for age groups 4-18 to include Baseball, Soccer, Swimming and Basketball. A variety of minor sport activities are also implemented throughout the year.

USAG-Humphreys participates in a league with Osan Air Base, USAG-Daegu, and USAG-Yongsan. Throughout the regular season, the older age groups travel occasionally to other installations to compete in league and postseason events.

USAG-Humphreys Youth Teams practice and play at Independence park which is located by the USAG Humphreys main gate.

Volunteer coaches are always needed! A background check is required to become a volunteer and also a certification course is required before anyone is allowed to coach with CYS Services Youth Sports.

Volunteers are required to register at www.myarmylifetoo.com

Coaching applications can be found at the Parent Central Services (PCS), currently located at the Child Development center Bldg 693 or the Youth Sports Office located in the Youth Sports Annex Gym, Bldg 111. There is a fee associated with registering for the major sports and all participants must be registered with the Child, Youth and School Services Program.

U.S. Army photos by Edward N. Johnson

Soccer – Army Youth Sports and Fitness – CYSS – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 111001


Image by USAG-Humphreys
Learn More

USAG-Humphreys Youth Sports provides a variety of sports programs for age groups 4-18 to include Baseball, Soccer, Swimming and Basketball. A variety of minor sport activities are also implemented throughout the year.

USAG-Humphreys participates in a league with Osan Air Base, USAG-Daegu, and USAG-Yongsan. Throughout the regular season, the older age groups travel occasionally to other installations to compete in league and postseason events.

USAG-Humphreys Youth Teams practice and play at Independence park which is located by the USAG Humphreys main gate.

Volunteer coaches are always needed! A background check is required to become a volunteer and also a certification course is required before anyone is allowed to coach with CYS Services Youth Sports.

Volunteers are required to register at www.myarmylifetoo.com

Coaching applications can be found at the Parent Central Services (PCS), currently located at the Child Development center Bldg 693 or the Youth Sports Office located in the Youth Sports Annex Gym, Bldg 111. There is a fee associated with registering for the major sports and all participants must be registered with the Child, Youth and School Services Program.

U.S. Army photos by Edward N. Johnson

Soccer – Army Youth Sports and Fitness – CYSS – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 111001


Image by USAG-Humphreys
Learn More

USAG-Humphreys Youth Sports provides a variety of sports programs for age groups 4-18 to include Baseball, Soccer, Swimming and Basketball. A variety of minor sport activities are also implemented throughout the year.

USAG-Humphreys participates in a league with Osan Air Base, USAG-Daegu, and USAG-Yongsan. Throughout the regular season, the older age groups travel occasionally to other installations to compete in league and postseason events.

USAG-Humphreys Youth Teams practice and play at Independence park which is located by the USAG Humphreys main gate.

Volunteer coaches are always needed! A background check is required to become a volunteer and also a certification course is required before anyone is allowed to coach with CYS Services Youth Sports.

Volunteers are required to register at www.myarmylifetoo.com

Coaching applications can be found at the Parent Central Services (PCS), currently located at the Child Development center Bldg 693 or the Youth Sports Office located in the Youth Sports Annex Gym, Bldg 111. There is a fee associated with registering for the major sports and all participants must be registered with the Child, Youth and School Services Program.

U.S. Army photos by Edward N. Johnson

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