Rights of the Expert Witness ~ I’ll Take a Veggie Slice, Please

Reading Time: 3 minutes Rights of the Expert Witness I continually assess and evaluate (there I go again!) my rights, values, professionalism, and of course ethics (which I really enjoy!?!) and am hopeful to write more on these topics and my career in the field of forensic rehabilitation consulting. As far as rights, I found this great listing online (website… Continue reading Rights of the Expert Witness ~ I’ll Take a Veggie Slice, Please

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Happy 4th of July!

Reading Time: 2 minutes I love the United States & especially Iowa, nestled between our awesome river borders, we are the cutest state!    I’m proud to note that my state is filled with incredibly talented individuals. All I ask is to be safe with the fireworks. Leave the show to the professionals! AND DON’T USE FIREWORKS UNLESS YOU… Continue reading Happy 4th of July!

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I Sued the Railroad Over 40 Years Ago. Think I Won?

Reading Time: 4 minutes I’ve written about my 1979 car/train collision, which is part of my memory bank that becomes revisited from time to time  especially when June 15th of each year rolls around! Here’s a bit more about the story:  While hospitalized following surgery on my head and on my right arm, I was administered an IV bag… Continue reading I Sued the Railroad Over 40 Years Ago. Think I Won?

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What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?

Reading Time: 5 minutes My mother Ann Dodge Prochnow, researched a book titled “Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Massachusetts 1629-1894” authored by John Thompson Dodge Ph.D. Dr. Dodge was born in 1850 in Vermont. Dr. Dodge was a railway civil engineer. And he’s directly related to my mom! My mom read the book (Ann’s brother Gerry… Continue reading What Did Your Grandfather’s Father Do for a Living? Need Evidence on An Occupation?

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How Much Does Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost? How About Shoulder Surgery? Need Cost of Care During Litigation?

Reading Time: 6 minutes The first part of this blog is about an experience many of us endured in our early-to-mid 20s: have your wisdom teeth removed! If you’ve been through this type of medical procedure, it is something you do not forget. I remember sitting in “the chair” having mine pulled out way back when I was young!… Continue reading How Much Does Wisdom Teeth Removal Cost? How About Shoulder Surgery? Need Cost of Care During Litigation?

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Like Mother, Like Daughter, One Tough Cookie! Want One in the Courtroom?

Reading Time: 6 minutes Today, May 28th is my daughter’s goldenth birthday! I admire her character and am proud of her roles and goals in every way! She’s a hard worker, is into gardening, is a proud pet owner, and recently bought a house! My daughter is physically and emotionally strong, independent, and One Tough Cookie!  Off the top… Continue reading Like Mother, Like Daughter, One Tough Cookie! Want One in the Courtroom?

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“Somebody Call for An Expert?” I’ll Answer That Call!

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve written about my fondness for Eeyore and want you to know I’m a bit attached to Gopher as well, especially when he comes to the rescue! You’ve heard the story when Pooh eats too much honey (honey is often on Pooh’s mind) at Rabbit’s place, gets rotund, and subsequently gets stuck in Rabbit’s front… Continue reading “Somebody Call for An Expert?” I’ll Answer That Call!

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Client or Customer? Both are Equally Valuable!

Reading Time: 3 minutes I consider the individual as the client, and the business entity (for example; an employer, a service provider, or a law firm) as the customer. In the case of providing job placement services, the client typically is a person who has already worked for a number of years in the workforce and is now on… Continue reading Client or Customer? Both are Equally Valuable!

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Balance Your Case With Your Client’s Real Story. I’d Love to Write it!

Reading Time: 4 minutes In her teen days my sister Janice (the Floridian) was quite adept at gymnastics, particularly on the balance beam where she made great use of her balancing skills. When Janice moved on to college, dad cut up the balance beam he previously made for her to practice on for a new use as exit steps… Continue reading Balance Your Case With Your Client’s Real Story. I’d Love to Write it!

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Employment Discrimination and Help With a Litigation Fix!

Reading Time: 4 minutes As a vocational expert, I can help sort out the consequences of employment discrimination cases in many ways and from “both sides of the fence”.  To me, this phrase means I will be fully instrumental to help serve your client without falling off and hurting the case because I have a full grasp of what… Continue reading Employment Discrimination and Help With a Litigation Fix!

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