What to Know About the Zantac® (Ranitidine) Voluntary Recall

Zantac November 15th, 2019

When we purchase medication – whether over the counter or by prescription – we expect that it will help to make what is ailing us better. But sometimes that is not always the case. Ranitidine, often known by its brand name Zantac®, is a heartburn medication used by millions in the U.S. However, according to…

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Tips to Stay Safe on Halloween

Trick-or-treaters October 31st, 2019

With all the costumes, the candy, the decorating, Halloween means fun for all. But, unfortunately, Halloween also has some unique dangers that we need to keep in mind and prepare for. From making sure trick-or-treaters can walk on your property safely, to safety tips to keep in mind for costumes. Here are some tips to…

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What To Do After a Hit and Run Accident

Hit and Run Accident October 17th, 2019

Accidents can be extremely stressful and the resulting vehicle damage and personal injury exceedingly expensive. Generally, we at least have the luxury of insurance to help pay for these damages. However, sometimes drivers commit a hit-and-run accident and cannot be located or identified. For victims of hit-and-run accidents all is not lost. You still have…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses Child Passenger Safety on Good Day NWA

Caddell Reynolds on Good Day NWA September 23rd, 2019

Car accidents can be frightening; but when a child passenger is involved, they can be utterly terrifying. Unfortunately, this isn’t a rarity. According to the National Safety Council, car crashes are one of the leading causes of death for children. In 2017, every 32 seconds one child under the age of 13 in a passenger…

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Brain Injury at Forefront of 3rd Annual National Concussion Awareness Day

Traumatic Brain Injury September 20th, 2019

We can all agree that trauma can leave a lasting impact in a lot of negative ways. So it’s not too surprising that a traumatic brain injury can be guilty of the same. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a type of sudden trauma to the brain that can occur due to the head coming…

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Could There Be Toxic Chemicals in Your Kids’ School Supplies?

September 3rd, 2019

One of the most exciting parts for children who are returning to school for a new year is back-to-school shopping. Unfortunately, what many parents remain unaware of is that a danger to our kids could be lurking right under our noses in the form of their school supplies. It is difficult to imagine, but it…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses Back to School Safety on Good Day NWA

August 30th, 2019

It’s that time of the year again when parents and children in Arkansas are preparing to go back to school. During this time, we urge Arkansas citizens to take extra precautions in school zones and neighborhood areas where children and teenagers might be riding and driving. The afternoon hours are particularly dangerous – over the…

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Caddell Reynolds Infographic Clears Social Security Disability Myths

August 28th, 2019

The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits to Americans who are unable to work due to a physical, medical, or mental disability. While many could potentially qualify to receive benefits under this program; a great deal of confusion surrounds the process—leading to questions on what conditions may qualify, how to apply,…

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What to Know About School Zones in Arkansas

August 13th, 2019

As kids begin going back to school, and school will once again be in session, there are different dangers that arise and therefore different laws that must be adhered to. One such area of law designed to minimize risk concerns school zones. Here is what to know about driving through a school zone in Arkansas….

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Social Security Disability Celebrates 63 Years of Improving the Lives of Millions

August 1st, 2019

In honor of the 63rd anniversary of Social Security Disability, Caddell Reynolds wants to share how exactly this system came into place. Prior to 1930, state-sponsored insurance against job-related injuries, sickness, unemployment, and injury was common in Europe. That is what likely led Progressive Era social scientists and social workers in the U.S. to advocate…

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ADA Remains Strong as it Celebrates its 29th Anniversary

July 26th, 2019

A civil rights law, The Americans with Disabilities Act, was passed in 1990 in order to protect individuals with disabilities in many areas of life including jobs, schools, public or private locations, or transportation. The Act, which celebrates its 29th anniversary today, July 26th, ensures that individuals with disabilities are afforded the same rights as…

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Caddell Reynolds Discusses Roadside Safety on Good Day NWA

July 25th, 2019

July is National Roadside Traffic Safety Awareness Month, and with this in mind, Caddell Reynolds wants motorists and pedestrians to be extra vigilant to save lives during the “vacation months,” the time between July through October, which are the most dangerous months the year for traffic fatalities. Attorney Ray Schlegel of Caddell Reynolds recently joined…

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