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Driving in the Snow: Tips for Staying Safe

Published on Feb 2, 2021 in Auto Accident.

While many of us would rather stay inside during the cold winter months, we still need to leave our homes for work, trips to the grocery store, holidays, and more. In the event you find yourself heading out with snow on the roads, or you get caught in a surprise snowstorm while traveling, it’s essential […]

Preventing Fraternity Hazing on College Campuses

Published on Jan 26, 2021 in Fraternity Hazing.

Hazing began as a way to welcome new members into a closed society. The practice has roots that date back to the ancient and medieval eras. Today, hazing is considered a criminal offense in the majority of the United States. This is, in part, because of the number of students who have been fatally injured […]

11,000 Ice Cream Containers Recalled From Weis Markets

Published on Jan 21, 2021 in Product Liability.

Weis Markets has issued a recall of more than 11,000 containers of ice cream after concerns about metal filings in the frozen treats. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shared the recall on January 10, 2021 after Weis announced the issue on January 8. The ice cream in question was sold at 197 Weis Markets […]

How Often Do Golf Cart Injuries Occur?

Published on Jan 19, 2021 in Personal Injury.

Going golfing can be a fun way to get exercise and socialize with friends. To get from hole to hole, and to navigate the grounds, it’s common for golfers to ride on golf carts that they rent from the course. Although the golf carts are intended for safe rides around the course, sometimes they are […]

Pharmacist Arrested After Allegedly Ruining Hundreds of COVID-19 Vaccines

Published on Jan 14, 2021 in News.

A suburban Milwaukee pharmacist has been arrested on suspicion of deliberately ruining hundreds of doses of the coronavirus vaccine by removing them from refrigeration for two nights. The arrest marks another setback to the start of the vaccination process for Americans, as Wisconsin leaders and other states are looking to the federal government to distribute […]

What Documents Are Needed for a Car Accident Claim?

Published on Jan 12, 2021 in Auto Accident.

Car accidents can cause injuries with different severity levels. When you’ve suffered injuries and damages from an auto wreck in Ohio that wasn’t your fault, you’ll need to know what documents will be required to file a car accident claim against the driver or party who was at fault for the collision. Having the proper […]

FAA Clears Boeing 737 Two Years After Fatal Crashes

Published on Jan 5, 2021 in Airplane Accidents.

In late November 2020, nearly two years after two plane crashes resulted in the death of hundreds, the Federal Aviation Administration cleared Boeing’s 737 Max to fly again. FAA Administrator Steve Dickson signed the order, rescinding the grounding. A week prior to the decision, Dickson said the agency was in the final stage of reviewing […]

Reimagining Nursing Home Enforcement

Published on Dec 17, 2020 in Nursing Home Abuse.

The COVID-19 pandemic has fostered a discussion of how to improve nursing homes. In general, there are two camps: the industry partisans who call for more collaboration from the federal government and better funding, and the critics who insist regulation should primarily take the form of steeper fines and other punitive actions against abusive and […]

Examining the Increase in Nursing Home Neglect Reports

Published on Dec 15, 2020 in Nursing Home Abuse.

While the COVID-19 pandemic has had its effects on everyone, those in nursing homes are one of the groups at the highest risk of infection. Close quarters, necessary medical interventions, and poor mitigation tactics make long-term care facilities breeding grounds for viruses—especially one with the infectious rate that the coronavirus has. As a result of […]

LSU Failed to Address Sexual Misconduct

Published on Dec 8, 2020 in Title IX.

For over a year, people at the highest levels of the Louisiana State University athletic department have filed complaints about running back Derrius Guice. However, with each complaint, LSU officials have doubted women’s stories, didn’t conduct investigations, or didn’t call the police. All of those decisions have allowed Guice to continue his football career.

Fuel Tank Explosion in Indiana Causes Injuries

Published on Dec 3, 2020 in News.

A fuel tank explosion at a southern Indiana industrial plant in Scottsburg resulted in one man being taken to the hospital on November 19. Just before 10 a.m. at Thomas Plastics near the 800 block of Armory Place, the explosion happened. According to the city’s fire chief, it’s believed a fuel tank or furnace exploded […]

Examining New Laws in Illinois in 2021

Published on Nov 30, 2020 in News.

As we get closer to January 1, 2021, it’s time to take a look at the law changes we’ll see in Illinois. While laws have the potential to be introduced and passed at various points throughout the year, we often see some of the most significant changes arrive with the New Year. This coming year, […]

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Tad Thomas

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Tad Thomas has dedicated his practice to representing plaintiffs in various types of civil litigation, including personal injury, business litigation, class actions, and multi-district litigation.

After graduating with his law degree in 2000 from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, Mr. Thomas immediately opened his own private practice and began representing injury victims.

In 2011, Thomas Law Offices was established in Louisville, Kentucky. Over the past decade, Mr. Thomas has expanded his firm and now has offices in three additional locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbia, Missouri, and Chicago, Illinois. He is also a frequent lecturer on topics like trial skills and ethics and technology.

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Amtrak Train Derailment Causes Multiple Injuries and Casualties

An Amtrak train carrying 275 passengers derailed in Missouri on Monday, June 27, 2022. The passenger train was on a journey from Los Angeles to Chicago and was also carrying 12 crew members when it was hit by a dump truck at an uncontrolled crossing. Uncontrolled crossings do not have any warning lights or motion […]

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When Should I Use My Hazard Lights?

Warning other drivers of a potential emergency is not easy. Although you give your full attention to driving, that focus usually does not extend to inside of other people’s motor vehicles. You cannot ascertain whether there is an emergency by communicating either through facial expressions or words with another driver in a different vehicle.  Instead, […]

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What Are Telltale Signs of Malnutrition in Nursing Home Residents?

No one wants to send their elderly or incapacitated loved one away to live in a nursing home. Most family members would find a way to take care of their loved ones themselves at home if they thought they could give them the adequate care they needed. That’s not feasible for many families, though.   Why […]

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