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Ageism and Age Discrimination in the Workplace

Your company announces a new training program, offering financial assistance for employees to take classes. When you tell your boss that you would like to …

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What to Do if Your Child is in a Car Accident

Minors are more likely to die from an auto accident than from any other type of injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and …

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Create a family emergency plan for natural disasters

Emergencies happen fast, and often when we least expect them. Even with today’s latest forecasting technology, we might only have a few days to prepare …

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Q&A with Evan Kline: How is technology changing the future of law?

Evan KlineRarely do you find a typewriter sitting on a lawyer’s desk anymore today. Computers have changed the way we communicate, research and even present, and …

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7 Social Media Pitfalls to Avoid During a Case

Social media can be a helpful resource for staying in touch with family members across country or finding new recipes. But, let’s be honest — …

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What to Do If Your Child Is Hurt at Summer Camp

What to Do If Your Child is Injured at Summer Camp

For many children, summer camp is a well-loved tradition. In the U.S., there are more than 14,000 camps in operation. About 8,400 camps are …

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Back to School Bus Safety

After what seems like too-short of a summer vacation, kids across central PA are preparing to head back to school. Whether walking to school or …

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How to Avoid Amusement Park Accidents and Injuries

What could be more fun than visiting your favorite characters at a theme park this summer? While packing up the family for sunshine and roller …

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Q&A with Timothy Salvatore: Who’s at fault in an Uber accident?

Lately, we at KBG have received some questions on what happens when you decide to drive for a ride-sharing company, such as Uber, and you’re …

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5 Rules for Spectators at Fireworks Displays

Every July Fourth, nearly half of all Americans will watch a fireworks display or head to a community celebration. That’s a lot of people to …

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