MainJustice.com was a website that published news about the U.S. Department of Justice. Concerned that some people would view it as a part of the government, the site informed visitors, “We are an independent news organization and not part of the government.”
Over the years, MainJustice.com covered a broad range of stories. One day you could read an article about the director of prison services facing drunk driving charges. The following day you could find a piece about a U.S. … Read more
Automobile accidents can cause more than physical damage to a person; the mental anguish experienced in the aftermath of a wreck can easily outweigh the pain of any bodily injuries incurred in a collision. This lasting impairment is often an unexpected and deeply frustrating hurdle to overcome.
In the wake of any kind of accident or injury, it is prudent that you seek mental health care, in addition, to care for your physical well-being. You can also assert your legal … Read more
After another particularly brutal summer, a lot of us are looking forward to the winter months — especially those of us who work outside, considering the Carolinas’ sub-tropical temperatures and mild winters. Working under the hot summer sun, the dangers of heatstroke or dehydration is always a threat, and sometimes it seems like you spend as much time drinking water as you do working.
But winter has its dangers for anyone who’ll be spending a lot of time in the … Read more
As difficult a topic as it is, it’s important to be aware of the dangers that surround us and how to deal with the aftermath when those dangers take the life of a loved one. It’s far better to be prepared for these painful events than to be taken by surprise.
When a loved one is taken from you due to the negligence of another person or organization, you may want to do everything in your power to make sure … Read more
When most of us encounter obstacles in life, it gives us pause. We take the time to address our fears, determine options, and proceed around them. Our most recent Auger & Auger Disabled Scholar Award Winner, Erica Grace Marie Silvey, sails right over them. That’s not just because she’s a top-tier World Para Athletics Junior Championships long jumper and sprinter. It’s because she feels the drive to compete, to improve upon her last results, and to always seek that elusive … Read more
Getting from one place to another, we sometimes have to deal with construction on highways and city roads. They’re a hassle and, at the very best, you’ll have to slow down for the duration of the work zone. It’s very tempting, especially when traffic is otherwise light, to ignore the construction going on since we have to get where we’re going.
Don’t. Highway construction involves pavement in various stages of construction, with one lane often on a different level than … Read more
When you’re in an accident and you believe a distracted driver was responsible, you may want to do everything in your power to ensure they’re held liable for the damages they’ve caused. Calling the police and submitting a verbal statement after an accident is the first step to making sure a distracted driver is brought to justice. Once the dust has settled and you’re left with the medical bills, lost wages from missed work, and continuing pain and suffering as … Read more
With a public health crisis like COVID-19, some of the products we take for granted can suddenly become difficult to find. In the case of sanitization products, there has been a massive increase in demand and a slowdown in the production of some of the better-known brands.
To fill in these gaps, savvy distillers and other manufacturers found new ways to provide the public with hand sanitizer options, utilizing different alcohol and chemical solutions to get the job done. Not … Read more
Auger & Auger seeks to award individuals with disabilities for their passion and effort towards not just improving their own lives but also improving their communities. While millions pursue higher education every year, most of us have not had the obstacles put in our path that a major health diagnosis can lay. Yet, despite these challenges, our recipients demonstrate the strength of spirit and will needed to not just meet the “typical” standard but excel past it.
At Auger & Auger, we observe our clients’ financial and legal challenges on a daily basis. Many times, the odds are against them, but our goal is to help them persevere.
Individuals with disabilities face this type of adversity every day, both in monumental struggles, like grappling with large insurance companies, but also in small trials, like trying to have a life fulfilled by extracurricular hobbies.
Our fall 2020 Disabled Scholar Award winner Ethan Berkovitz exemplifies these qualities. His competitive … Read more
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