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Move over for bikes and vehicles
Move over for bikes and vehicles

Driving is a daily activity that most people take for granted. Because people are so familiar with driving, they rarely give it their full attention. In fact, many people are distracted drivers -- texting, making phone calls, or reading emails as they drive. While the topic ...

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  • Move over for bikes and vehicles

    Driving is a daily activity that most people take for granted. Because people are so familiar with driving, they rarely give it their full attention. In fact, many people are distracted drivers -- ...

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    Alprazolam, the generic name for the anti-anxiety drug Xanax, surpassed marijuana in 2011 as the second-leading cause of impaired driving in Alabama after alcohol, according to data from traffic stops ...

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  • Best Hayduk Brock Celebrates Top Legal Honors for DWI Lawyers

    Attorney Matt Brock has been recognized as one of the top three DWI lawyers in the Chattanooga area. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Chattanooga, TN) — The team at Best Hayduk Brock recently announced that ...

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  • Harassment via electronic communication

    The internet has been one of the greatest inventions in human history. It has made information more accessible than ever. It has enabled us to remain in constant contact with people around the world ...

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  • Lawyers Partner Up and Set Base in Century-Old Building in Southside Chattanooga

    “On our own, we’re all good lawyers, but together we are invincible. Joining forces officially seemed the logical step. All we needed was a new home, and we’ve found it”, said Matt Brock, one of the ...

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  • Deadly New Drug Combinations Discovered by TBI

    Agent authorities are worried that there are deadly new drug types that are currently being sold throughout the state, according to the information that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation received ...

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