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8 Ways to Protect Your Child From Vehicle-Related Heatstroke in Arkansas

by June 22, 2016 » Add the first comment.

Summer in Arkansas can get fairly steamy. Our climate, like most of the South, is hot and humid from June until September, making heat exhaustion and heatstroke a real risk. As the temperatures rise, read this refresher on child safety and driving during the summer. If your child has suffered Read more »

Awning Collapse Results In Fatal Accident

by August 15, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Insights About Construction Accidents Workers were trying to disconnect part of a structure on a building early yesterday morning when part of the awning fell on top of one man. The man was transported to the local hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries. Safety and health programs like Read more »

Cyclist killed on Interstate

by August 14, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Commentary Regarding Serious Bicycle Accidents On his way home from work Sunday, a man was killed on the Interstate between West Memphis, Arkansas and Memphis, Tennessee. The man was riding his bicycle when a Mack truck hit him. According to preliminary police reports, 47 year old Pierre McReynolds is the Read more »

Armstrong Approaches an Uphill Legal Battle of Olympic Proportion

by July 31, 2012 » Add the first comment.

The Olympics are well under way. Most of us have a favorite sport or athlete. We take pride in watching our favorite athletes excel and we are disappointed when they don’t. This year, U.S. cycling fans may be disappointed because of some missing faces. Four former Olympic teammates of Lance Read more »

Penn State Removes a Symbol of Past, Attempting to Move Forward

by July 23, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Last week we posted an informative blog about negligent supervision. Negligent supervision could be a basis for civil law suits against Penn State because key administrative staff members failed to report incidents of child abuse when they allegedly knew it was happening. Beth Burgess, an attorney at The Law Office of Thomas G. Buchanan Read more »

Caring for our elderly: An Unpaid Job With Benefits

by July 9, 2012 » Add the first comment.

New studies have revealed the amount we spend doing a myriad of activities, including caring for the elderly. The Bureau of Labor Statistics[1] reports that in the last three months, 39.8 million people over age 15 provided unpaid care to someone over 65. Civilian caregivers who provide care several times Read more »

A Little Known Fact About Arkansas

by July 3, 2012 » Add the first comment.

The League of American bicyclists ranked Arkansas as the least bicycle friendly state out of all 50 states. This may be shocking to Central Arkansas residents because cyclists are visible throughout our area. Although Arkansas was number 50 on the list, three communities in our state were labeled Bicycle Friendly Read more »

Fireworks as Scarce as the Rain in Arkansas

by June 28, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Next week, Independence Day festivities honoring fallen soldiers and celebrating patriotism will be conducted in many Arkansas hometowns. The only difference is, this year, some will be without fireworks. The state Forestry Commission along with local officials, has moved to ban Fourth of July fireworks in towns across the state, including Hot Springs, Read more »

Highway Construction Fatality

by June 11, 2012 » Add the first comment.

One person was injured and another was killed in a construction zone last September when an Arkansas woman struck the two city employees with her car. Today it is reported that a Washington County Circuit Court judge sentenced the woman to six months in jail in connection with the death Read more »

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

by April 3, 2012 » Add the first comment.

Drivers frequently are distracted, perhaps as much as half the time. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported in 2008 that driver distraction was the cause of 16 percent of all fatal crashes in which 5,800 people were killed. Another 21 percent of crashes resulted in 515,000 wounded people. Distractions Read more »

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