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Bullying can be found in a multitude of places with children facing it WAY too often. Over three million students are victims of bullying each year. Children dealing with bullying are at risk for low grades, scarce self-esteem and higher drop out rates. Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. is here to speak up against Read More

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How to Handle Trucking Accidents

Also known as semis or semi-trailer trucks, 18-wheelers can present a significant danger on the road. While 18-wheelers do not statistically cause any more accidents than conventional vehicles, the accidents they do cause are usually much more severe and often lead to serious personal injuries and property damage. If you have been involved in an Read More

Protect yourself from identity theft!

Protect your identity against serious cyber attacks. Identity theft affects millions every year. Don’t let yourself be another statistic. Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. has suggested measures to keep your identity safe from cyber threats. HOW TO PROTECT YOUR IDENTITY ONLINE: 1.    Exclude important personal information from all of your social media profiles – Hackers Read More

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Five Easy Tips To Ensure You Keep Your Resolutions

  It’s that time of year to evaluate your annual goals and set your 2016 resolutions. Keeping on track and in line with your resolutions can be difficult, but Alexander Shunnarah Personal Injury Attorneys, P.C. has the tips for you to succeed. BE REALISTIC – Don’t create an unattainable goal for yourself. Not only will Read More


6 of The Worst Things You Can Do After An Accident

Millions of car crashes happen every year, so the odds are you may be involved in an accident at some point. You need to know how to handle the situation accordingly. If you are in a car accident, here’s exactly what NOT to do! Act frantically, take quick breaths or act hysterically. The closer you Read More

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