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Season’s Greetings and 2014 Preview from Rochester Law Review

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Frosty 2013

Thank you to everyone who has paused to read an entry or two in my law blog this year.  I am especially thankful for all of you who have subscribed to the blog, *liked* the blog’s Facebook page, followed me on twitter and connected with me on LinkedIn.  I have also enjoyed writing these posts, and hope you have enjoyed reading them, and finding them useful and informative.

December has proved to be a tough time to keep up with the original posts.  But don’t worry, I have a few posts in the works for January.  One of the first posts I will write will be a follow up to the post I wrote about the horseback rider who survived summary judgment.  As I noted in my earlier post, the court held that the waiver form signed by the rider did not absolve the ranch of liability.  Are these waivers ever valid?  Check back later to find out.

I also expect to write a little bit about our firm’s personal injury practice.  We do not have any billboard advertisements, and we don’t have fancy jingles or rhyming nicknames.  But, we do have experience, and we will be there if you or a loved one every needs us.  Since our firm began in 1979, it has represented clients seriously injured by the negligence or intentional misconduct of others, whether involving motor vehicle accidents, product malfunctions, defective premises, construction site accidents, or other misconduct.

Finally, as the year comes to a close, I want to wish all my readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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