Month: June 2017

Elimination of distracted driving unclear with hands-free tech

These days distracted driving seems to be at every turn especially as consumers desire a greater need to remain connected. In response to the dangers of hand-held cell phone use while behind the wheel, many car manufacturers and communications companies have developed hands-free technology to eliminate the danger. While the intent of the hands-free technology […]

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More Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

Do you provide litigation services? If so, what types? Yes. A&B;’s Illinois debt litigation practice includes representation of financial institutions and other institutional clients in commercial, environmental, employment, negotiable instruments, loan workouts, collections and other business matters. The firm handles cases in state and federal courts throughout California, and also handles arbitration disputes. What types […]

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Lead-Based Paint in Residential Housing

Lead-poisoning has been identified as the No. 1 environmental threat to children in the United States. There are many potential sources of lead in the environment, but the most common source of lead exposure for children is lead-based paint in older residential housing. Owners and managers of pre-1978 housing face significant legal liability presented by […]

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Dogs join the world of distracted driving

Distracted driving is a major cause of car accidents in Michigan and across the United States. Distracted driving is defined as any activity that takes a driver’s mind off of the road. The bad driving practice comes in many forms including texting, talking on the phone and changing the radio. One activity many pet-lovers in Florida are […]

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Children with ADHD more likely to be involved in pedestrian accidents

Practically as soon as children can walk, if not before, parents teach their children to look both ways before crossing the street. A new study shows that despite a parent’s best teachings, children with ADHD are more likely to be involved in pedestrian accidents than children without the attention disorder. It turns out that children with ADHD […]

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