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Blog Posts in May, 2016

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  • It Happened To Me: My First Car Accident
    It Happened To Me: My First Car Accident

    I was recently involved in my first car crash. Fortunately, I wasn’t hurt too badly and the damage to my car was fairly minor. I found this experience very enlightening as a personal injury attorney. ...

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  • I Stand With My Clients
    I Stand With My Clients

    I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease when I was 17. This, in and of itself, does not make me special (roughly 700,000 people in the US share such a diagnosis), but I believe it provides me with some ...

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  • Getting To Know Your Attorney: Kimmy Stewart
    Getting To Know Your Attorney: Kimmy Stewart

    Today, we’re (re)introducing you to one of our more adventurous personal injury attorneys, Kimberly Stewart. Before coming to Fasig & Brooks almost 3 years ago, Kimmy worked for the 1st District Court ...

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  • Medical Malpractice: It’s Hard To Learn From Something You’re Not Studying
    Medical Malpractice: It’s Hard To Learn From Something You’re Not Studying

    My law partners and I are amazed each year just how many people call our office seeking assistance with a medical malpractice claim. In a community our size, in just our one law office, we receive an ...

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  • This Week On LawCall™ - DUI
    This Week On LawCall™ - DUI

    This Week On LawCall™ — DUI Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner and you can bet that law enforcement will be actively hunting for drunk drivers. Obviously, the best advice we can give is ...

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  • The Practice of Law: A Life Lesson that Changed Everything
    The Practice of Law: A Life Lesson that Changed Everything

    As a young law student in the early nineties, I used to think that lawyers were in the business of practicing law. I assumed if a lawyer knew the law and could argue a case in front of a jury, he or ...

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