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Graduate Student Heather Marzenski wins $1000 Scholarship

We here at The Reeves Law Group are pleased to announce that Ohio graduate student Heather Marzenski has won our 2014 $1000 academic scholarship. Heather beat out a strong field  and will use the award to continue her education at Baldwin-Wallace University located in Berea, OH. Heather won the scholarship on the strength of her application which detailed the struggles and successes of working as......
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15 Dangerous Toys That Could Actually Kill You

The holidays are a time of year when children can think of little else but Santa Claus, wish lists, and tearing into a new batch of toys while Mom and Dad try to stay awake. But even the most well-intended toys can be subject to hidden dangers that, if left unchecked, might cause injury or even death. In fact, the Center for Injury Research and......
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12 Unbelievable Courtroom Moments Caught on Tape

The courtroom is supposed to be a place where law and order reign supreme, and for the most part it is. However, there are occasions when it can turn scary, wild, and downright unpredictable. It’s not hard to understand why when you consider what’s at stake. Nevertheless, these 12 Unbelievable Courtroom Moments Caught on Tape will catch you off-guard. And yes, a number of these......
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Top 15 Car Crashes from the Simpsons

Here at The Reeves Law Group, we know car crashes can be very serious. That’s why, as a car accident attorney group, we always take great care in helping our clients navigate their accidents and plan a future filled with better days. That being said, the television show The Simpsons has always managed to find a silver lining and a sense of humor in all......
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Why Tire Safety Is Important for Teens

Tire maker Michelin has launched a campaign to educate teenagers about the importance of tire safety. Many driver education programs neglect tire safety with the result that many teens drive with no basic knowledge of tire safety. Such motorists are less likely to appreciate the need to make sure that their tires are functioning well at all times. According to statistics by the National Highway......
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Tesla Driver Leaves Trail of Death and Injuries

NBC Los Angeles and other news media outlets reported this weekend that the driver of a Tesla-brand electric car left at least three people dead and two injured after colliding with multiple cars. Fifty-eight-year-old Ric Garrison was identified as the driver of a Tesla that collided with a 2004 Toyota Corolla on the 14 Freeway near Avenue S. By the time the California Highway Patrol......
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Top Five Movies Based on White-Collar Crimes

The Wolf of Wall Street is making headlines for a number of reasons- from the number of swear words featured in the movie to the derogatory references to cerebral palsy. It has caught audience imagination, which is not so surprising because people like to watch movies that feature smart-looking criminals in sharp business suits. Hollywood is no stranger to movies that are based on white-collar......
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Cat Bites More Dangerous Than Dog Bites?

When it comes to animal bites, you’re much more likely to suffer from a dangerous infection after being bitten by a cat than by a dog. According to the results of a new study released recently by Mayo Clinic researchers, cat bites, even though they are much less common than dog bites, are much more likely to end in dangerous infections that can have serious......
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Top Three Recent Nightmare Cruises

Being stranded without electricity, running water, and working restrooms in the middle of the ocean or vomiting throughout your weeklong dream holiday does not constitute a perfect cruise vacation. Unfortunately, more and more Americans are beginning to worry that when they sign on for a cruise holiday on the seas, they are going to face situations that are far from pleasant. News reports of food......
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The Most Prestigious Awards a Lawyer Can Earn

Lawyers love to pat themselves on the back, congratulate each other for a job well done, and hand out as many awards to each other as possible. The reason for this is pretty obvious: as attorneys, our reputation is a major part of the business. The better reputation an attorney has, the more clients he or she will have. The attorney will also get to......
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