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The First 100 Days of Summer a Dangerous Time for Teen Drivers
The First 100 Days of Summer a Dangerous Time for Teen Drivers

One of the great milestones of a teen’s life is when they can finally drive and earn a sense of independence and freedom. However, it is also a scary time for parents who often worry about the safety of their teens. During the school year, a teen’s schedule tends to be a ...

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  • Morgan & Murphy Recovers $95,000 Combined Settlement for In-Home Health Aide Injured in Work-Related Car Accident

    The attorneys at Morgan & Murphy recently recovered a $95,000 combined settlement on behalf of an injured in-home health aide who was involved in a ...

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