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Learn more about the many efforts of the Kolsby Gordon team through our personal blogs covering the civil justice system, current events and much more.

CDC Releases Physical Inactivity Map

February 3, 2020

Post by Sarah Schindler, Esq. (Featured Photo: Our very own Dr. Philip Robin snowboarding in one of the nation’s most physically active states.) On January 16th, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a map charting adult physical inactivity across the United States. The results might surprise you. For starters, ALL states and territories had […]

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As Holiday Season Commences, Continued Warnings Against Infant Inclined Sleepers

December 4, 2019

On Thanksgiving Eve last week, Consumer Reports sent letters to 15 retail giants and online sellers.  The message was clear: immediately stop selling inclined infant sleepers.  In October, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a new study, concluding parents and caregivers should stop using any sleepers with inclined seat backs of more than […]

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Tips for a Safe Halloween

October 25, 2019

By: Sarah Schindler, Esq. Over the summer, a change.org petition caught media attention as tens of thousands of supporters signed on to move the date of Halloween to a Saturday.  The petition — which has since been changed to advocate for a Saturday Trick or Treat Day in addition to Halloween on October 31st — […]

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March 7, 2017

A few years ago I wrote a blog about how the civil justice system is what’s called in Economic Theory a pure public good.  The theory goes that if there is a road in town that you need to drive on every day to get to work, you want government to take good care of […]

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January 4, 2017

By: Robert N. Hunn, Esquire Recently, Plaintiff attorneys have been perplexed over a report of a Superior Court Decision where the Court dismissed a woman’s medical malpractice case because it was filed more than two years from when she knew or should have known that she had been injured.  For you non-lawyers, this is called […]

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