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The Benefits of Drinking Coffee for Lawyers

Posted on : November 20, 2017
Should Lawyers Drink Coffee? Most Lawyers love drinking coffee because of the increased boost in energy they get from it. With the popularity of the Keurig coffee maker, it has never been easier to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee ready to drink in less than a minute. Coffee is normally thought of as a [Read More]
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Dog Bite Attorneys

Posted on : October 30, 2017
Dog Bite Attorneys
DOG BITE CASES At Pepper & Odom, P.C. we handle dog bite cases and have a proven record of success.  Did you know that approximately 4.5 million dog bites occur in the United States every year? (See www.caninejournal.com). Did you know that approximately 900,000 of those dog bites become infected? (See www.caninejournal.com). People, especially young [Read More]
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Car Accidents & Road Rage: What You Should Know

Posted on : October 23, 2017
Road Rage Car Accidents
When most people consider car accidents, they think of causes like an improper left turn, a rear-end collision, or a crash caused by a drunk driver. However, one significant problem often not addressed is the issue of aggressive driving, or road rage. Road rage is responsible for as many as 66% of car accident fatalities, [Read More]
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What Should You Say to The Insurance Company After an Accident?

Posted on : October 21, 2017
injured on commercial property? Get help from a lawyer
What Should You Say to The Insurance Company After an Accident? Your insurance company needs to collect details from you after a serious accident to process the claim, but it’s not a good idea to provide more information than necessary. If you recently sustained injuries in an accident, it’s natural to want to reasonably participate [Read More]
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Bankruptcy Rates on the rise in Mississippi in 2017

Posted on : October 17, 2017
Bankruptcy Statistics
[Posted: October 17, 2017] The latest report is in from the Clerk of the Court for the Southern District on Mississippi Bankruptcy Court. The Court Clerk Danny Miller reports that bankruptcy filing in the S. District on Mississippi are up 11.7% over the same period in 2016. January 2017 Bankruptcy rates were the lowest for [Read More]
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How to Prove the Other Driver Was Distracted

Posted on : September 29, 2017
Car Accident Lawyers
In order for a successful claim against a distracted driver, you must offer up evidence that the driver was not paying attention to the road when they hit you. Here are a few forms of proof that could bolster your claim and get the compensation you deserve. Cell Phone Data After any collision, make sure [Read More]
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New Study Shows That ADHD Drivers Are Much More Likely to Have an Accident

Posted on : September 26, 2017
teen drivers with ADHD may cause accidents if the condition is untreated
There’s no doubt that ADHD and similar diagnoses can have a significant impact on a patient’s life in many different ways. According to research published in JAMA Pediatrics, however, adolescents who have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are 36% more likely to get into a vehicle accident than other adolescent drivers. A previous [Read More]
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Man Killed in Train vs Car Collision in Jackson MS

Posted on : July 14, 2017
Train vs Car collision in Jackson MS
JACKSON, MS – Deadly Train vs Car Collision Jackson Police say one person is dead following a Car vs Train collision near the intersection of Boling Street and Bullard Street in West Jackson on Thursday, July 13th, 2017. Jackson Police say Williams was killed in the accident when his car was split into two pieces and completely [Read More]
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Medical Malpractice Damages Cap Ruled Unconstitutional in Wisconsin

Posted on : July 7, 2017
MADISON, Wis. (CN) – A Wisconsin appeals court ruled Wednesday that the state’s $750,000 cap on medical malpractice damages is unconstitutional because it imposes an unequal disadvantage for catastrophically injured patients. “We conclude that the statutory cap on noneconomic damages is unconstitutional on its face because it … [imposes] an unfair and illogical burden only [Read More]
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George County inmate killed in collision involving garbage truck

Posted on : July 7, 2017
~ George County, MS. George County inmate killed George County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Ronnie Castille said an inmate trustee died after a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning in George County. The accident occurred at 8:30 a.m. on Old Highway 63 south of the old high school near Anticoch Road. Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman Chase Elkins [Read More]
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