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New Year, New You! Here’s How to Make Every Second of 2018 Count!

Have you made a list of your New Year’s Resolutions? Some may seem farfetched, but they show that you are wanting to make some changes in your life. Wanting to read more? Help those in your community? Spend more time with family? It can be hard to find the balance when trying to juggle your professional life with your personal one.

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Karen Mertesa Drunk Driving Victim herself and creator of “PLAINTIFF 101” shares her story with us of an unfortunate circumstance. She takes an in-depth look inside the courtroom at the coverage of the legal and technical issues that arise in a drunk driving case. Karen wrote “Plaintiff 101” to serve as a guide to assist both client and lawyer through civil litigation during a personal injury lawsuit.

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Help Those in Your Community


Fulfill Your Destiny helps people whose careers have been altered by injury or other unforeseen circumstances.  Special consideration is given to survivors living with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). The  proceeds from the sale of “Plaintiff 101” are directly donated to Fulfill Your Destiny.

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Make Driving Safe One of Your New Year’s Resolutions

With NYE this weekend, everyone is making a list of their 2017 New Year’s Resolutions. Items ranging from “quit smoking” to “losing that last 10 pounds,”stand on people’s lists but ones that are overlooked are your driving habits. How can you better yourself as a driver? Are you guilty of getting behind the wheel after having a few drinks when you should take a cab? Are you texting while driving? These hazards could have deadly consequences. If you aren’t that concerned about your own well-being, think of the others on the roads that are having their lives impacted by your decisions.

Teen Driver Cell Phone Statistics. 11 teens die every day as a result of texting while driving. According to a AAA poll, 94% of teen drivers acknowledge the dangers of texting and driving, but 35% admitted to doing it anyway. 21% of teen drivers involved in fatal accidents were distracted by their cell phones.

Karen Mertes is living proof of why you should not be distracted while driving. She is a survivor of a near-fatal car accident due to a drunk driver that left her with a TBI. Karen now lives to tell her inspirational story and how she got through a personal injury litigation.

Make a promise to keep not only yourself safe, but those around you.

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