October 2018

High School Football Player Dies Two Days Following Head Injury

football helmet on field October 16th, 2018

Dylan Thomas—a 16-year-old linebacker for Pike County High School—died two days after losing consciousness during a football game. A detailed article on the tragic death of this Georgia teen appears here. A Terrible Tragedy At first, Dylan Thomas’s teammates on the Pike County High School football team assumed their friend had a leg injury. The…

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Tony Pirani Brings Halloween Safety to Good Day NWA

Tony Pirani on Good Day NWA October 9th, 2018

With the holiday on the horizon, attorney Tony Pirani of Caddell Reynolds visited Good Day NWA to discuss Halloween safety. In this segment, Mr. Pirani gave his insights on keeping our children safe.     The Statistics Sadly, children are twice as likely to be hit and killed by a car on Halloween versus any…

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Bankruptcy: Separating Myth from Fact

Bankruptcy Myth vs. Fact October 4th, 2018

Bankruptcy laws are complicated. To make matters worse, a great deal of speculation, rumor, and misinformation surround the process of filing a bankruptcy claim. To help provide clarity—and assist those who may be considering filing for bankruptcy—Caddell Reynolds has recently published an educational infographic. null null This useful reference dispels the myths about bankruptcy—including the…

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Focus on Teen Drinking for National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week

Keys with Alcoholic Drink October 3rd, 2018

Many parents find sending their children to college stressful. Often, it marks the very first time teens will live away from home—and parents hope they have imparted proper decision-making skills. Below, Caddell Reynolds examines the issues related to underage alcohol consumption—including the risks behind the wheel. Every year, colleges and universities recognize National Collegiate Alcohol…

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