Quick Tips for a Smooth Transition to College

By on Jun 14, 2019 in Cycle Accidents | 0 comments

If you’re an incoming college freshman, there’s a chance you’re moving far away from your hometown. If you’re making the leap from childhood home to a college dorm room, here are a few tips to make the transition go a little smoother. Pack lightly. Your college dorm is probably going to be a lot smaller than your room back at home. This means you probably won’t need every book or DVD you’ve ever owned. Pick a couple of books and your favorite movies and leave the rest of them at home. Now, don’t pack so lightly that you run out of clothes in the first week, but you won’t have room for every single article of clothing that you’ve ever owned. Take your security blanket with you. I know I just said to pack lightly, but there’s no shame in having your favorite stuffed animal or childhood blanket with you. You’re probably going to start feeling homesick within the first month of leaving,...

The Company’s Secret

By on Jun 1, 2019 in Lawn Care | 0 comments

I am fairly interested in lawn care. It may seem like a hokie or silly topic in which to put a lot of stock, but there is just something beautiful and simple about a well-maintained yard. I am especially fascinated with the different kinds of grasses, shrubs, and vegetation that can be found in the average American’s yard! So much overlooked biodiversity, not given the proper examination. When I looked into the industry of Chesterfield lawn care businesses, I found that one company, Midwest Lawn Co, was continuously discussed as an example of excellent customer service. Their results were considered above-and-beyond as compared to other similar business. But why? High-Quality Staff In a good business, the customer is always right. In a great business, the customer is always happy and the staff is always trained. That is one of the secret ingredients used by this company to maintain its...

Understanding Drugs the Criminal Legal System a Bit More in Tennessee

By on Sep 27, 2018 in Criminal Defense | 0 comments

I’ve never gotten into trouble with the law. I got pulled over for a speeding ticket once, but I looked so distraught, the cop let me go with a warning. I didn’t go a mile over the speed limit for months after that. That story may make it odd that I’m posting about the criminal system in my home state of Tennessee, but the truth is, I think we are all pretty ignorant of the system, and we really ought to know more, particularly when it comes to drugs. Whether you consider yourself a risk for dealing with the system or not, almost everyone has an opinion about criminal justice these days, and those opinions often aren’t based on any serious understanding of the system itself. You may be a straight shooter like me who never touches even a glass of wine, or you may indulge in some vices from time to time. Regardless, we could all stand to be more aware of the law, so we can know what we...

Fire at motorcycle shop

By on Oct 16, 2017 in Car Accidents | 0 comments

The San Antonio Fire Department had a novel sort of motorcycle incident to respond to recently. Instead of rushing out to the highways for a collision or a “spill” (when a motorcyclist falls from his bike), the department headed to a strip mall. That was the location that more than 20 units responded to after they received a call about a fire in a motorcycle shop. The blaze was bad enough that it was graded a two-alarm fire, but that was mostly due to the weather. Thankfully, though the fire was bad, no one was injured, and the fire didn’t spread to any other shops. At 2:40 on Tuesday, October 10, the fire department arrived at a motorcycle shop in a strip mall. The shop, called Big Harry’s, was filled with smoke and flames. Big Harry, man or shop, has yet to speak to the public about the event. The last update on the store’s Facebook page is dated at September 1 and simply recounts...

Why Dog Bites are Premises Liability Cases

By on Aug 3, 2017 in Premises Liability | 0 comments

When you think about premises liability, you think about drowning accidents in swimming pools and resorts, escalator accidents in office buildings and malls, and fires and explosions in construction sites. Indeed, the property owners can be held liable for the accidents, injuries, and financial damages in these instances. According to the website of Russo, Russo & Slania P.C., dog biting accidents can also be under premises liability. When you think about it plainly, it doesn’t make sense, because why is a property owner liable for an animal attack. But when you study it deeply, you will realize that it does make sense. Property owners should make sure that the dogs in their premises are not causes of harm. In this aspect, dog biting accidents in the property owner’s premises is indeed a premises liability case. But like any personal injury case, the most important aspect of a...