Thomas Law Offices is proud to be an advocate sponsor for the Sarcoma Foundation of America’s 2022 Race to Cure Sarcoma Louisville. This 5K Run or 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk will take place on Big Four Bridge Lawn at Waterfront Park in Louisville on August 27, 2022. Thomas Law Offices has pledged a donation in […]
Construction is notoriously one of the most dangerous industries in both the state of Kentucky and across the nation. We are well aware that the perils skilled laborers on construction sites face are numerous. But just how common are electrocutions and electrical injuries on jobsites? After learning more about the statistics of electricity-involved injuries that […]
When you go to get groceries, you’re focused on parking, looking at your list, finding a cart, and navigating through the store. You expect to be safe while on the premises, but sometimes, there are spills and other hazards that plague the aisle and premises of the grocery store. Those hazards could lead to a […]
Leasing a vehicle can be a preferable alternative to buying one for many reasons. Depending on your situation, leasing can make sense in terms of time commitment, convenience, and finances. But if you’re involved in an accident while driving your leased vehicle, you may be unsure what to do next. In many ways, the steps […]
Using a valet service can be convenient and necessary in some situations. While most places with valet services also offer self-parking options, sometimes the only parking at an establishment, or the easiest parking option, is allowing the valet to take your car and park it for you in a secure lot.
Thomas Law Offices is honored to recognize the outstanding achievements of three of our own attorneys: John Abaray, Leslie Pescia, and Tad Thomas. Both John Abaray and Tad Thomas are distinguished as this year’s Super Lawyers, and Leslie Pescia was the recipient of the 2021 Rising Star award given by the Super Lawyer organization. This […]
As a resident of Missouri, it’s important to stay up to date on state laws so you know what is happening around you. Laws ensure your safety, and by knowing what law changes will be happening in the coming year, you can ensure you stay safe and keep others safe as well by following those […]
Every new year brings with it new laws and amendments that will shape the coming year and the future overall. The start of 2022 is no different. In Ohio, residents will see a few definitive changes early in the year—in January—as well as potential changes later in the year that legislation will debate and decide […]
Every new year brings a new start for many Kentuckians, including lawmakers. 2022 will give Kentucky lawmakers new opportunities to change and improve our state’s laws and make living and working in Kentucky better and safer for all residents.
As with every new year, the start of January 2022 will bring a handful of new law and amendment changes in Illinois. As an Illinois resident, it’s important to understand these law changes and what implications they may have going forward into the new year. Below, we have compiled a list of just some of […]
There’s nothing wrong with being selective about who borrows your car. A vehicle is a powerful, expensive machine that kills over a million people every year. Your car is also your property, your responsibility, and, often, your means of access to work, school, food, community, and many other aspects of life. There is certainly risk […]
After the age of 30, a person’s strength and endurance will decrease by 10% each decade. At least one-third of individuals over 65 and over 40% of people aged 80 and above fall each year. For elderly patients living in nursing homes, falling is a serious risk that leads to injury, disablement, and even death […]
Doctors who specialize in disorders and injuries affecting the brain, spinal cord, and surrounding muscles and nerves are referred to as neurologists. For those involved in a car accident, visiting a neurologist may not be something that is initially considered. But too many people ignore the signs that their accident caused nerve damage, a spinal […]
On October 7, 2021, the White House announced the release of Climate Adaptation and Resilience Plans from more than 20 federal agencies, including the U.S. Departments of Education, Labor, Commerce, Homeland Security, and Transportation. These Climate Adaptation Plans detailed the methods that each agency’s facilities and operations would adopt in order to become increasingly resilient […]
For the past two decades, the question has been asked more and more frequently by researchers and the general public alike. Why is the suicide rate so high in the military? The Department of Defense Annual Suicide Report released in September 2021 showed an increase of 41.4% in active duty service member deaths by suicide […]