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Drink Too Much? Get A Free Cab Ride.

For the past four years Michael Bryant, of Bradshaw & Bryant PLLC, and his firm, have paid for people who drink too much alcohol to get a cab ride home for the first two weeks into the New Year. He says, they don’t pay for New Years because that is typically a night people plan […]

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Jerry Tractman Shares His Veterans Airlift Command Mission

It was just a few months ago that Jerry Tractman shared his first mission for an organization known as the Veterans Airlift Command (VAC). “Imagine returning home from combat facing devastating injuries and long term hospitalization–in a facility hundreds of miles away from your family. Imagine somebody brings you together.” Consisting entirely of a national […]

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Oklahoma Trial Lawyers and Angel Food Ministries Bring Thanksgiving Cheer to Oklahomans

“Mother Teresa said that if you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” Noble McIntyre, an Oklahoma trial lawyer and Senior Partner for MyIntyre Law, has joined together with Angel Food Ministries (AFM), to provide Thanksgiving dinner to more than 600 Oklahomans struggling to feed their families. “Oklahoma trial lawyers working together as […]

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2012 – IB Summit – Report to Members / Part One

Part One of the member report covers the following topics: State of The Injury Board Update on The Safety Report Update on The Legal Examiner Hot Topics Networking — How to increase member-to-member interactions Mass Torts — How to better connect non-mass tort members to those practicing mass torts Participation — How members can take […]

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Northstar Academy: Serving Children with Learning Disabilities

Michael Phelan volunteers countless hours with several organizations. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors at Northstar Academy, a non-profit school for children with learning disabilities. In January 2010, the Board presented the first annual Special Needs Forum for educators, healthcare provider and parents of special needs children. Michael and his wife Laura […]

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Attorney Timothy Smith Helping Michigan’s Less Fortunate

When Timothy Smith first got out of law school, he and his wife, Shawn, lived in Lansing. Through friends, they joined up with Lutheran Social Services and began to assist unaccompanied Haitian minors with their applications for political asylum. These unaccompanied minors were young children who had come over on boats after their parents were […]

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Make-A-Wish Foundation of South Carolina

Carmen Scott is on the board and a Wish Granter for Make-A-Wish Foundation of South Carolina She would love nothing more than to get the word out about this great organization. Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has given hope, strength and joy to children who have life-threatening medical conditions. Many times, the wish granted is […]

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Project Masindi

In January, Ray Boucher, senior partner at  Kiesel, Boucher & Larson LLP, also an Injury Board Member, accompanied by Jay Milbrandt, director of the Pepperdine Law School’s Global Justice Program traveled to Uganda to help 21 Ugandan minors awaiting their criminal cases to be heard in court. For nearly two years, the children were housed […]

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