Ask Dr. John, Esq – About Amputations

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Amputations involve the loss of all or part of an extremity. Extremities include the arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes. There are approximately 2 million individuals nationwide who are living with an amputation. The primary reason for amputations is

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Ask Dr John – Regarding Child Safety Seats

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Motor vehicle injuries are a leading cause of injury and death among children. According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 116,000 children were injured in 2017. Of the almost 700 children who died in car crashes, 35% improperly implemented

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The Enduring Inspiration of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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We are eternally grateful that Ruth Bader Ginsburg (the Notorious RBG) fought for “equal rights under the law”. We so appreciate her conviction and strength to stand up for others, notably women, even when it wasn’t always socially (or legally)

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Virtual Depositions

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In the midst of court shutdowns and the ongoing pandemic, access to justice for our clients remains of high importance at DILLER LAW. Our attorneys have been continuing to move cases along by holding virtual depositions over Zoom, where witnesses

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Ask Dr John Esq – Mask Effectiveness – What Does the Science Show Regarding Cloth Masks for Preventing COVID-19?

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While it is well accepted that medical-grade masks, such as the N-95 and N-99 masks, are effective in providing a barrier to COVID-19 droplet and aerosolization dispersal, many in the general public are relying on cloth-based coverings as a strategy

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Virtual Arbitrations – Trials

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Our State has an access to justice problem since the Pandemic. Courts closed between mid-March 2020, and July 2020 for non-emergency matters. Going forward, there are concerns that our courts cannot accommodate jurors safely with social distancing requirements. Therefore, until

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Ask Dr John Esq – Bike Helmets
To Wear or Not To Wear

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We all know that bicycling is a great sport or hobby. It’s also a great workout and an excellent source of cardiovascular exercise. As with any activity, however, there are safety considerations that remain important. Among them is the question

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Bicyclists’ Rules of the Road

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Bicycle usage has increased: to commute, for exercise, or just for fun. Everyone sharing the road must focus on safety. But, do you know your rights and responsibilities on the road? Bicyclists have a legal right to use all public

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DILLER LAW PC’s Top 7 Recommended Bicycle Safety Gear

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Whether you choose to wear one or not, you probably know that a properly fitted helmet is by far the number one most important piece of safety equipment to protect yourself from injury when out for a bicycle ride. But

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Ask Dr John Esq – Five Common Bicycle Injuries

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This episode of Common Bicycle Injuries will focus on traumatic injuries (that excludes head trauma). A later edition will discuss non-traumatic injuries and traumatic brain injuries. A wide spectrum of human anatomy is at-risk in a traumatic cycling injury. It

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