by Matt Lundy at Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South Hurricanes destroy homes, businesses and even lives if they are not taken seriously. Here are some tips to navigate the hurricane’s dangers and protect your loved
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by Amy Orsi at Markey & Orsi According to the Center for Health Statistics, approximately 31 million people will require medical treatment due to injuries each year. Of these 31 million people, 2 million will
by Brandy Abalos All attorneys do not fit every person and every case. Finding the right attorney for you will require you to ask questions and conduct research before selecting someone to be on your
by Brandy Abalos Food labels contain a lot of information in a small space. They can be confusing and overwhelming. Understanding food labels is essential to make informed decisions about food. What Information Is on
by Caitlin O'Donnell Most people have strategies to avoid being the victim of a crime, even if it is as simple as locking your vehicle or not traveling alone at night. However, many don’t know
by Caitlin O'Donnell Planning a road trip can be fun! Many people love looking at new activities to do, sights to see or cool places to stay. In the midst of daydreaming about the great
by Lily Grace Traditionally thought of as something more related to boys, most people don't consider that girls can have just as much difficulty with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). In fact, ADHD is often referred
by Lily Grace You've asked around. You've looked online. You think you found your home renovation contractor. But not so fast. Before you sign on the dotted line, ask to see a project your potential
by Caitlin O'Donnell DO Be careful when choosing a swimsuit color. Bright colors are the most visible when a person is submerged underwater. Remember that a person who is drowning cannot call for assistance. Throw
by Trevor Rockstad at Davis & Crump Recent studies published in scientific and medical journals suggest a connection between taking acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, during pregnancy and the development of autism spectrum disorder