A Smart Parent’s Guide to Liability

March 9th

Good parents are never short of things to worry about, especially related to their own kids. Are the kids happy? Healthy? Doing well in school? Making friends? Learning to be good citizens? The list goes on—it’s one of the reasons parents are the busiest people on Earth.

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Countries That Come With Significant Travel Liability

January 10th

One of the most exciting and rewarding parts of travel is experiencing the unfamiliar—being immersed in cultures and societies unlike our own. In the contexts of cuisine, celebration, natural beauty and historical landmarks, the unfamiliar is often welcome and safe.

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Staying Safe at Music Festivals

September 23rd

Who doesn’t love music? And there’s nothing better than putting away the records and mp3 players, shutting off the stereo, and hitting the road to see a favorite band live. A live music show is a whole different experience compared to listening to your stereo. 

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Interview with Attorney Matthew Adair

March 11th

I had the privilege of sitting down and talking with Matthew J. Adair, an asbestos litigation attorney here at Cooney and Conway to ask him some questions about how he started his career in asbestos litigation.

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Cooney & Conway Honors the Legacy of John Lattner

February 15th

John Lattner was a champion his entire life.

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Veterans and Mesothelioma

Lung Cancer in the Veteran Community

November 23rd

Though it is now widely recognized as a cancer-causing toxin, asbestos once was a very popular building material, commonly used in hundreds of products and countless structures across the United States until the 1970s. (Asbestos is still used in the U.S., but to a much lesser extent.)

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How to Identify Asbestos During Home Remodels

November 20th

Even though asbestos has been used in construction of homes for centuries, it was deemed dangerous to the point of being regulated by the United States federal government in the 1970s. As of 2006, however, asbestos was still lingering, found in around 30 million homes and schools during remodeling and rebuilding.

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