Today's blog: Have you ever thought about your "word"? The thing that describes you in just ONE word. Jenn was recently challenged with this on Mother's Day at church - it's a lot harder than you would think!
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Today's case breakdown: Recently, in McIlwain v. Saber Health Care Group (“Saber”), the Pennsylvania Superior Court voided an arbitration provision contained in a nursing home admission finding no lawful relationship between the signor of the agreement and the resident.
Today's blog: Do you have crazy dreams while you’re sleeping? Most of us do, although sometimes we can’t remember them. Sheila had a pretty funny dream recently that she shares with us on the blog today!
Today's blog: There are so many ways to lose weight nowadays - one of those ways is by doing intermittent fasting. The trick is to limit your caloric intake to an 8 hour window - Sally has been doing it for a few weeks now and has never felt better! Way to go, Sally!
Today's blog: Unfortunately, it seems that the day has long passed where being “a man (person) of your word” meant something. Have you ever wondered what you could do if somebody doesn’t fulfill their obligations? Jim navigates the waters of what this means on the legal side of things on the blog today.
Today's blog: An update to the ever-evolving Roundup lawsuit from Zak is on the blog today... A few weeks ago, Bayer shareholders delivered an unprecedented rebuke of Bayer’s management over Bayer’s $63 billion acquisition of Monsanto last year, expressing serious concern caused by management’s overconfidence in Bayer’s handling of lawsuits over Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer.
Today's blog: Imagine you have been in a terrible motor vehicle accident and suffered severe injuries, and your attorney then explains to you that you will need to repay Medicare for the medical bills they paid. What? Jim explains the next steps you'll take and how this can be adjusted for you and your family.
Today's blog: Hit-and-run crashes are those in which at least one person involved in the crash leaves the scene before offering any information or aid to the other person involved in the crash or fails to report the crash. These numbers are on the rise, Doug explains with some shocking statistics on the blog today.
Today's blog: We all know that exercise is good for our health and provides a good quality of life, but did you know that it could actually make you less susceptible to injury if you are in an automobile crash? Chances of whiplash have been shown to be lesser in those who exercise regularly versus those who do not!
Today's blog: Last week, the Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a state law that capped monetary damages for pain and suffering in personal injury lawsuits at $350,000 - Zak breaks down more of what this means for the types of cases we handle at Bordas & Bordas on the blog today.