Medicare On Video Has Free Discount Prescription Drug Cards For Everyone!

Keith Armbrecht

#1 Medicare Online Video Resource Center

Medicare on Video provides free prescription medicine card. It is offered to those on Medicare or that have little or no prescription medication insurance.

Well the card is free, im just saying my med will cost like 8 bucks now instead of close to 50. I'm confused people don't know about this great program.”

— TT

TREASURE ISLAND, FL, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — FOR RELEASE Aug 15, 2018
Media Contact: Keith Armbrecht, 1-877-88KEITH (53484)

Medicare On Video Has Free Discount Prescription Drug Cards For Everyone!

Keith Armbrecht and the rest of the Medicare on Video team are pleased to announce that a free discount prescription drug card is available to those on Medicare or who have little or no prescription drug insurance. Therefore, the card will help such individuals save on prescription drugs. You can receive information about the free discount prescription drug card at the bottom of this page.

Why Use a Prescription Drug Card?

The cost of prescription drugs continues to remain high every year. Without insurance, prescriptions can run into the hundreds of dollars. However, even with protection, some drugs are only partially covered, and some are not covered at all. A prescription drug card can help with this burden and take away some of the worry that comes from being unable to afford much-need medical drugs.

Who Does the Card Cover?

Senior citizens, including those who are on fixed incomes and those on Medicare, are prime examples of people who can benefit from a free discount prescription drug card. Most adults ages 65 and over are covered by a federal health insurance plan called Medicare. (The program also includes those with permanent kidney failure or young people who are disabled, as well.) The plan allows for the over 40 million Americans to get their healthcare covered, saving each person thousands of dollars. However, not everything is included under Medicare.

Medicare involves Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D. Part A is the part of Medicare that covers hospital insurance. Part B covers doctor visits and procedures like X-rays, blood tests, etc. Part C is Medicare Advantage, which is optional as long as a person has Part A and Part B. Finally, Part D is the prescription drug coverage part of Medicare. Here, seniors have the option of paying a monthly premium for prescription drug coverage. One of the current negatives of Medicare Part D, however, is the donut hole.

With Medicare Part D, there are monthly out-of-pocket premiums with a deductible amount that also needs to be paid. When the deductible is reached, a person pays 25 percent of the cost of the drugs and Medicare Part D pays the rest until the limit is reached. Reach this limit, and you've entered the donut hole. Once you've reached this limit, you are responsible for 100 percent of the cost of your prescription drugs until you've reached the yearly out-of-pocket spending limit. Hit that limit, and your responsibility drops down to only a small percentage of the cost of your prescription drugs. However, its the donut hole costs that can be extremely hard on a senior, especially if a senior must choose between something substantial as their rent or their prescription drug cost. The donut hole is said to be phased out by 2020, but a free prescription drug card can help in the meantime.

Self-Employed

When you are self-employed, you have to pay for your own medical costs. The costs can be astronomical, but a prescription drug card can alleviate the high cost of prescription drugs.

Families

Even though there have been improvements in the economy, the cost of prescription drugs can still be exorbitant for families, particularly those who are living at or below the poverty level.

College Students

Although many college students remain on their parents prescription drug plans until they have graduated, some come from homes where a prescription drug plan does not exist, or their current prescription drug plan is independent of what their parents have.

Financial Hardship

If you've lost your job and your benefits, you are in acute need of medical and prescription drug benefits. A prescription drug card can help with medical bills as you get back on your feet.

Drugs Not Covered By Existing Plans

Certain drugs usually are not covered by traditional medical and prescription plans. Examples include medications for dermatology, weight loss, smoking, hormone therapy or elective procedures such as cosmetic surgery.

How Do You Get the Card?

Generally, a person would visit the website and print the card from a printer at your home or business. Or, a person can have a physical card mailed to their home or business. Whether printed out or sent, the card can be used immediately, and there are no deductibles or fees. In addition, the card can be used over and over.

To get more information on how to obtain the free discount prescription drug card, contact Medicare on Video.

How Do You Use the Card?

Give the card to the pharmacist. The pharmacist will enter your pharmacy profile on the preactivated card. Therefore, after your details have been entered into the system, you can use the card right away, and you will have access to discounted prescription drugs. With this card, there are no fees, deductibles, or forms to complete. No personal information is required, and that includes your social security number. Be aware that discounts on drugs will vary from pharmacy to pharmacy. You deserve affordable health care.

The free discount prescription card can save a person money not only on brand-name prescription drugs but also on generics. The card can be used at reputable pharmacies nationwide as well as local independent pharmacies.

Senior citizens who want to learn about Medicare and about the free discount prescription drug card can visit Medicare on Video for complete information or look below. Please visit: https://www.medicareonvideo.com

Keith Armbrecht
Medicare on Video
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Judge Robert R. Hofmann Elected to the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Board of Directors

The NCJFCJ is the Nation’s Oldest Judicial Membership Organization

The NCJFCJ has elected Robert R. Hofmann, judge, 452nd District Court, Mason, Texas, to the NCJFCJ Board of Directors.

Few people bring to family law cases and to those involving foster children more determination, creativity and acumen than Judge Hofmann.”

— Nathan L. Hecht

MASON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — (Mason, Texas) – The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) has elected Robert R. Hofmann, judge, 452nd District Court, Mason, Texas, to the NCJFCJ Board of Directors.

“Judge Hofmann’s lifelong dedication and passion to child welfare goes beyond his multi-county judicial district,” said Judge John J. Romero, Jr., NCJFCJ president. “We look forward to leveraging his judicial leadership to impact children and families who seek justice at the national level.”

A native of Mason County, Texas, Judge Hofmann brings more than 20 years of public service to the State of Texas, having served as Mason County Attorney, as judge for the Child Protection Court of the Hill Country, and now as the district judge of the 452nd Judicial District of Edwards, Kimble, Mason, McCulloch and Menard Counties. He presides over felony criminal, general civil, family law and dependency/delinquency hearings in his five-county, 7,000-square-mile district, which includes federally recognized border and Interstate 10 corridor counties.

In 2011, he was named Texas CASA Judge of the Year, and appears as the judge in its statewide training video. He has served on several committees and boards of state and national organizations, and worked with the National Center for State Courts to create the first national ASFA (Adoption and Safe Families Act) Well-Being Outcomes.

“Few people bring to family law cases and to those involving foster children more determination, creativity and acumen than Judge Hofmann,” said Nathan L. Hecht, Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice. “His leadership as vice-chair of the Texas Supreme Court’s Permanent Commission on Children, Youth and Families and his tireless work to assure children in foster care succeed even beyond secondary education demonstrates a holistic approach to child-welfare issues. I am pleased this work now extends to an organization as vital as the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.”

In 2016, Education Reach for Texans formally recognized his work as chair of the Children’s Commission Foster Care and Education Committee to improve educational outcomes for children. He is a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas and Sustaining Life Fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation. He recently served as the Texas judicial representative to the U.S. Children's Bureau State Team planning meeting, and was a community leader in the creation and organization of Bluebonnet CASA.

“Beginning with the creation of Bluebonnet CASA and continuing today with his work in improving the educational outcomes for all foster youth throughout the state, Judge Hofmann has consistently been a staunch champion for CASA and, more importantly, for Texas children and families,” said Lisa Goehmann, executive director, Bluebonnet CASA.

Hofmann received a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University, and a law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law.

About the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ):
Founded in 1937, the Reno, Nev.-based National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, is the nation’s oldest judicial membership organization and focused on improving the effectiveness of our nation’s juvenile and family courts. A leader in continuing education opportunities, research, and policy development in the field of juvenile and family justice, the 2,000-member organization is unique in providing practice-based resources to jurisdictions and communities nationwide.

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A New Way to Travel

Make and Save Money While You Travel or Shop

SQM's field force makes money and saves money in return for providing feedback on their experiences with various businesses.”

— David Lipton

TORONTO, CANADA, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — As companies continue to protect their brands and attempt to keep customers coming back, Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM), continues its growth in the United States.

As a result of a recent expansion, SQM expects to hire between 10,000 and 15,000 new inspectors, across the country, to complete the company's various assignments.

"Whether it's flying on various airlines, traveling by bus, staying in hotels, dining in restaurants or buying clothes, SQM's field force makes money and saves money in return for providing feedback on their experiences with various businesses", says David Lipton, President of SQM.

One of the company's most popular assignments involves Mystery Shopping the travel industry which provides the inspectors various opportunities to receive significant travel savings. The inspectors receive 50% off of air travel in return for evaluating the company's service, while a second type of assignment involves completing a short survey in return for up to $50.00 off of intercity/interstate bus travel. These inspections are popular with travelers on a budget who are looking for cheap flights or inexpensive trips.

“Consumers who are looking for a deal love the work, and we are thrilled to know we can help them save money while making the purchases that they want to,” says company spokesperson, Amy Chen.

More information about SQM and an online application form can be found on the company's website, www.sqm.ca or at www.sqm.ca/welcome

Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM) is a Toronto-based company which assists organizations in improving their customer and employee experiences, by providing the truth. SQM offers its world-wide clientele a variety of programs and services, including: Mystery Shopping, Quality / Service Assurance, Market Research, Field Merchandising, Online Feedback, and Internal Audit Software. For additional information, please contact:

Ms. Alina Stecko
Sensors Quality Management Inc. (SQM)
156 Duncan Mill Road, Unit 19
Toronto, ON M3B 3N2
Phone: 416-444-4491
Fax: 416-444-2422
Email: alina.stecko@sqm.ca
Website: www.sqm.ca
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David Lipton
Sensors Quality Management Inc.
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Recruiting for Good Launches Rewarding Sushi

We're Looking Out for You. We Help Tech Professionals Find Kickass Jobs www.RecruitingforGood.com

We’re Looking Out for You. We Help Tech Professionals Find Kickass Jobs www.RecruitingforGood.com

www.KickassforGood.com

www.KickassforGood.com

When Moms Love Life+Work the Party Never Ends

When Moms Love Life+Work the Party Never Ends

Staffing Agency, Recruiting for Good launches fun referral reward for people who love making a difference and sushi.

Recruiting for Good helps tech professionals find kicka$$ jobs. Refer your family and friends to us, and enjoy sushi for good.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Recruiting for Good Founder

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — www.RecruitingforGood.com is rewarding referrals with proceeds to help fund "Our Moms Work" community service; and sushi at the best restaurants.

According to Recruiting for Good Founder, Carlos Cymerman, "For people who love to have fun and make a difference, we are using recruiting to do both. Simply make referrals to help your tech friends get kickass jobs and enjoy Sushi for good."

How to Enjoy Sushi for Good

1. Introduce a family member, friend, or co-worker in engineering or technology to Carlos(at)RecruitingforGood(dot)com
2. When Recruiting for Good finds the candidate a great job, and complete probation period; the person who initiated the referral will be rewarded monthly gift cards for a period of year to experience the best sushi restaurants (in their city).

Carlos Cymerman, adds, "Every placement helps us support 'Our Moms Work'…if you love helping moms and sushi like us, join us to kickass and party for good."

About

Recruiting for Good, a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals kicka$$ jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting/Finance, Engineering/IT, and Marketing/Sales professionals. Make referrals and enjoy sushi for good. visit: www.RecruitingforGood.com.

Our Moms Work is a community service in Santa Monica, offering cost free career and job mentoring services. "Want to go back to work, change your job, or start a business that makes a difference?" We help moms do it all. Now offering moms funding for business start-ups thru Grateful Moms Co-Op sponsored by Recruiting for Good to learn more visit www.OurMomsWork.org.

Carlos Cymerman
Recruiting for Good
3107208324
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Orange County Fair Exhibit Featured Susan and James Irvine Wedding – Founding family of Orange County

Susan and James Irvine at 2018 standing in front of the replica of their wedding cake and guest table exhibit at the 2018 Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, California

The Irvine's at the 2018 Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, California standing in front of a exhibit that featured their wedding

The James Irvine Wedding exhibit was a popular attraction at the 2018 Orange County Fair

Orange County Fair featuring the Irvine Wedding and Marc DeFang custom shoes and purse

Orange County Fair featuring the Irvine Wedding and the custom Brooch Bouquet by Glam Bouquet

Jim and I love the OC Fair and attend every year! It was a honor to have our wedding items as a featured exhibit this year”

— Susan Jeske Irvine

IRVINE, CALIFORNIA, US, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa, California displayed an exhibit of Susan and James Irvine wedding items from July 13 – August 12, 2018. The OC Fair is one of the Top 10 fair's in the nation and reported a record-breaking attendance of 1.47 million visitors over the fair’s 23-day run.

Orange County Register posted a photo of the Irvine Wedding fair exhibit and reporter Heather McRea stated, "James Irvine came from THAT Orange County family!"

James Irvine is the grandson to the late James Irvine II and founding family of Orange County, California. Susan Jeske is the CEO of the Ms. America Pageant Corporation and former Ms. America 1997. They were married on June 2, 2018 at the Irvine Ranch Historic Park, which is where the original Irvine family home was and where James was born and raised in the home as a young boy.

“Jim and I love the OC Fair and attend every year! It was an honor to have our wedding items as a featured exhibit this year,” said the new Mrs. James Irvine.

In the OC Promenade Building at the Fair, Susan’s wedding gown created by Stephen Yearick that took 2 years to make and weighed 3 pounds was proudly displayed and received a lot of attention. On display in the glass case was a replica of her ring, the Irvine Rose Tiara, Earrings by Carolina Herrera, Brooch Bouquet by JoAnne Turner, Marc Defang shoes and purse, hand-made Invitations and Thank You Cards by My Luxe Wedding, champagne flutes, ring bearer pillow and illustrations. By the OC Promenade Stage, a replica of the 15-tiered Irvine Wedding Cake created by Sunshines Cakes and Guest Table created by Stephanie’s Linens and floral arrangement replica by White Sakuras was also on display.

The gown and wedding display will be taken down where the happy couple will have official portraits taken in their wedding attire by world renowned Bradford Photography and award winning Daniel Pham Photography.

In October, the exhibit will then be displayed in a museum in Orange County, California.

Photos by Daniel Pham Photography

Kelly Bennett
Bennett Unlimited PR
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OC Fair 2018 Video featuring the James Irvine Wedding Exhibit


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The Astronot makes its Canadian Premiere at the Regina International Film Festival in Saskatchewan

Pennan Brae wote, scored, starred in and co-produced The Astronot.

Regina International Film Festival

The Astronot is a feature film drama set during the 1960’s space race, written, scored, starring and co-produced by Pennan Brae.

It's an honour to have The Astronot make its Canadian premiere at the RIFF. As a Canadian, it's great to take part in a domestic festival and what better place than the lovely city of Regina?”

— Pennan Brae

REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Astronot, currently on the film festival circuit, is excited to announce its official Canadian premiere at the Regina International Film Festival in Regina, Saskatchewan. The feature film is an Official Selection in the Feature Film category and will screen at the Cineplex Odeon South on Thursday, August 16 at 11:00 am – 12:15 pm. (The Regina International Film Festival runs from August 14 – 18th.) The film has already won dozens of awards worldwide.

The feature film is a drama set during the space race of the 1960’s, written, scored, starring and co-produced by Pennan Brae. 

The film follows Daniel McKovsky, a young man who lost both his parents at a young age and whose only solace is in his fascination with space travel and the cosmos beyond. One day at the age of 30, he meets outgoing postal worker, Sandy Allister. This new inclusion into his otherwise lonely existence forces Daniel to confront his darkest fears of loss and emptiness which shall lead him towards becoming, The Astronot.

The Astronot was filmed in rural Oregon, using local cast and crew, including director Tim Cash of Far From Earth Films. The Astronot has already won accolades at various international film festivals in the USA, UK & Europe including Best Actor (Pennan Brae), Score (Pennan Brae) and Trailer.



'It's an honour to have The Astronot make its Canadian premiere at the RIFF. As a Canadian, it's great to take part in a domestic film festival and what better place than the lovely capital city of Regina.”- Pennan Brae



Also a musician, Pennan Brae’s upcoming album (also called, The Astronot), features 11 songs which serve as the film’s soundtrack. The first single, “Walk With Me” was already released to radio in the UK, Canada & Europe and received airplay on over 200 stations. The album was recorded at Blue Light Studio in Vancouver with producer Kaj Falch-Nielsen, with additional sessions taking place in Los Angeles with composer/producer Eric Alexandrakis, renowned drummer Steve Ferrone and INXS bassist Garry Gary Beers. The second single, ‘Crashland’ is set for release to Canadian radio one week following the Regina festival.


To view the trailer, please visit: www.TheAstronot.com.

Amanda Alexandrakis
Film Marketeers
970.377.0313
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The Astronot Official Trailer


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Old Mill District Hosts Art in the High Desert in Bend, Oregon

Art in the High Desert booths in the Old Mill District.

Artists in Action plein air art creation in Bend, Oregon.

Annual fine arts event is surrounded by other art-focused initiatives in the Bend, Oregon shopping, dining and entertainment district

BEND, OR, USA, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Old Mill District will host Art in the High Desert for the 10th year in a row later this month. Highlighting the district’s commitment to nurturing the arts in the community, this annual event is surrounded by several other art-related initiatives, including plein air art events, permanent art installations and gallery exhibits.

Upcoming Events:
– Art in the High Desert, August 24-26: This weekend-long event is Central Oregon's premier juried fine art and craft show, featuring more than 115 nationally acclaimed, hand-picked, visual artists from across the country and Canada. Ranked 10th in the Nation by Art Fair Sourcebook, this annual event has been presenting art lovers and collectors with impeccable fine arts and crafts for ten years. www.artinthehighdesert.com

– Artists in Action, August 23, September 13 and 27, 10am – noon: A collaboration of artists from the Old Mill District, Tumalo Art Co., Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery and Nature Inspired Photography & Furniture created this series of events during which the public can enjoy watching and engaging with the artists as they produce different works plein air as well as in their studios or in a gallery. The three-month series will culminate with a show on First Friday, October 5, exhibiting the art created during the event. See the full schedule at www.tumaloartco.com.

– First Friday Art Walk, September 7: Tumalo Art Company welcomes an exhibition from a new artist or group of artists each month, featuring them during First Friday. In September, the gallery will be displaying “Autumn Light”, a group show celebrating the season. The Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery will also feature select works from 5-8 p.m.

New and Upcoming Installations:
– Visit Bend’s popular Tin Pan Alley art collection recently expanded to the Old Mill District with four initial pieces on display from local artists. The program, which started in Bend’s Tin Pan Alley, has grown to more than 28 pieces. The new Old Mill District additions are located by Gymboree, in the plaza between Victoria’s Secret and Strictly Organic, on the wall of Banana Republic, and on the Gap facing Center Plaza.

– Several new outdoor murals are in the works for various locations throughout the Old Mill District. An installation this fall will feature beloved local Sisters artist Dennis McGregor. www.dennismcgregor.com Look for more details soon.

About the Old Mill District
One of the Pacific Northwest’s most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use developments, the Old Mill District is located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world. The rich history of the land is coupled with spectacular mountain views, scenic river vistas and an extensive trail system to enjoy the outdoors. More than 55 local, regional and national retailers and businesses call the Old Mill District home. The Old Mill District – Bend’s most unique shopping, dining, living, and entertainment experience. www.oldmilldistrict.com

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Noelle Fredland
Old Mill District
541-312-0131
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Photographer Captures Legacy of United States During Artist Residency at Gettysburg Battlefield

Evening Gettysburg Photo by NPAF Resident James Schlett

Sunset Memorial by NPAF Resident James Schlett

I plan to capture the aspects of the “cross-roads” and how the spokes all centered into Gettysburg that made this location a critical one as the site of the three days of battle.”

— James Schlett, NPAF Artist in Residence

GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, US, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nationally acclaimed photographer James Schlett has been selected as the Gettysburg National Military Park Artist in Residence, for August-September. Schlett is a photographer whose visual creativity captures the reflection of history in contemporary context with brutal grace, through photography. His residency will take place Aug 15th, 2018 to Sep 12th, 2018, culminating in a FREE TO THE PUBLIC EVENT at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, on September 8th, 10am-1pm.

“I plan to capture the aspects of the “cross-roads” and how the spokes all centered into Gettysburg that made this location a critical one as the site of the three days of battle.” said Schlett, of his plans for the residency.

After over 30 years working for the U.S. government, Mr. Schlett discovered his newfound, urgent passion for photography. His photographs have been published in a number of high profile venues such as the Washington Post, Reston Magazine, Fairfax Times, and he has been exhibited in galleries and art shows, and won numerous competitive awards. Of note is that one of his images was displayed in the “Art Takes Times Square” Exhibition in New York City in June 2012.

During his tenure as Artist-in-Residence, Schlett will totally immerse himself in the experience on a 24/7 basis for several weeks. He often uses the first few and last few hours of sunlight to capture the most delicate moments of light, which often provides the best final images. He employees digital imaging to enhance his work with various software packages, in the same way “darkrooms” were used historically.

About the residency, Schlett is fairly vocal in his enthusiasm: “I don't believe there are any other artistic opportunities that compare to this unique program. I welcome this chance to share my images and knowledge with the the park visitors and staff.”

This Artist-in-Residency program is made possible by a joint effort of the Gettysburg Foundation and non-profit The National Park Arts Foundation, with support from the National Park Service. Through a legacy of artists, the program aims to connect visitors and the Gettysburg community to the park in a novel and compelling way, to inspire the preservation of our shared cultural heritage and the immortalizing these great touchstones in American history.

“Gettysburg National Military Park has offered inspiration to artists for more than 150 years,” said Christopher Gwinn, Chief of Interpretation at Gettysburg National Military Park. “The Artist-in-Residence program engages new audiences and tells Gettysburg’s stories in new and compelling ways.”

Public Presentation:
James Schlett: Artist in Residence Public EVENT
‘Photography captures our National Legacy’
Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, September 8th, 10am-1pm.

Gettysburg National Military Park preserves, protects and interprets for this and future generations the resources associated with the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, during the American Civil War, the Soldiers' National Cemetery, and their commemorations.

The National Parks Arts Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the promotion of the National Parks of the U.S. by creating dynamic opportunities for artworks that are based in our natural and historic heritage. This project is supported by the Gettysburg Foundation and other generous benefactors. All NPAF programs are made possible through the philanthropic support of donors ranging from corporate sponsors and small businesses, to art patrons and citizen-lovers of the parks.

John Cargill
National Parks Arts Foundation
505 715-6492
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Automatic Crash Detection App by Rocky Haire Injury Lawyers Allows Parents to Have Some Peace of Mind with Teen Drivers

Parents and teens get peace of mind when they use the Rocky Haire Injury Lawyers app with automatic crash detection and emergency contact notification

Having kids of my own that drive is nerve racking,” says, Rocky Haire – “technology today allows some assurance you know what’s happening when your teens are driving. It’s really is a great tool.”

— Rocky Haire

DENTON, TEXAS, USA, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Parents and teens get extra peace of mind when they use the Rocky Haire Injury Lawyers Denton and Dallas app with automatic crash detection and emergency contact notification. Available for free download on Google Play and the App Store, parents and their teen drivers can list three emergency contacts’ names, email and phone numbers where they can receive a text message in the event of an accident. The app can sense when the user’s phone experiences an abrupt change in travel, when the phone is in the car and it goes from driving speed to zero in an instant because of a wreck.

“Having kids of my own that drive is nerve racking enough, says, injury lawyer Rocky Haire, technology today allows some assurance you know what’s happening when your teens are driving. It’s really is a great tool for parents.”

You can also manually set off the crash detection alert in the event of another emergency in which you need immediate first responders but cannot make an emergency phone call. For example, if you are injured, if you fear an intruder, or in any other situation where you cannot make a phone call, you can still summon help.

A parent’s worst fear is their teenager being in danger and not being able to spring into action to help. With automatic car crash detection, if your son or daughter is in a wreck, the Rocky Haire Injury Lawyers app will instantly notify all three emergency contacts by email and text.

Rocky Haire Injury Lawyers in Denton and Dallas, Texas provides skilled representation to individuals and their families seeking compensation for injuries caused by the fault of another. We have fluent Spanish-speaking staff, highly knowledgeable personal injury paralegals, and a 24-hour answering service. Our personal injury law firm focuses on helping people who have been injured as a result of another person’s carelessness or negligence. For more than twenty years, our Denton, Dallas and Fort Worth personal injury lawyers have helped people and their family members obtain many millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries or wrongful death.

For more information, please visit: https://rockyhaire.com/the-rocky-haire-injury-lawyers-denton-and-dallas-app/

1003 Dallas Drive
Denton, Tx 76205
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Richard Harmer
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Attorney Patrick Megaro wins post-conviction relief for client based on ineffective assistance of counsel argument

Attorney Patrick Megaro on Fox News

Attorney Patrick Megaro on Fox News

Video of Attorney Patrick Megaro, Florida

Video of Attorney Patrick Megaro, Florida

Patrick Megaro, Attorney, on Today Exclusive Television

Patrick Megaro, Attorney, on Today Exclusive Television

Website of Patrick Megaro, Defense Lawyer

Website of Patrick Megaro, Defense Lawyer

Video Appeals Attorney Patrick Megaro YouTube Video

Video Appeals Attorney Patrick Megaro YouTube Video

Essex County Superior Court granted post-conviction relief, and ordered the State to give Altariq Coursey a new trial, tossing out his convictions.

Halscott Megaro PA (N/A:N/A)

… prior attorney committed several … errors… had they been corrected at the time of the trial there is reasonable probability that the result of the proceeding would have been different”

— Patrick Megaro, Defense Lawyer

ORLANDO, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Halscott Megaro PA announced that attorney Patrick Megaro has won a Post-Conviction Relief Petition for his client Altariq Coursey. Mr. Coursey was charged on September 24, 2012, by an Essex County grand jury and was convicted after a jury trial and sentenced to 22 years with 11 of those years’ ineligibility for parole.

Once Mr. Coursey was sentenced, Patrick Megaro, Esq. field an appeal on his client’s behalf. However, the New Jersey Appellate Division affirmed the conviction, but noted that Mr. Coursey could challenge his conviction with a Petition for Post-Conviction Relief on the grounds of ineffective assistance of counsel.

Mr. Megaro filed a Petition for Post-Conviction Relief in the Essex County Superior Court in 2016. Mr. Megaro reviewed the case and stated “Mr. Coursey’s prior attorney committed several unprofessional errors, that had they been corrected at the time of the trial there is reasonable probability, that the result of the proceeding would have been different.”

On June 4, 2016, the Essex County Superior Court granted post-conviction relief, and ordered the State to give Altariq Coursey a new trial, tossing out his convictions.

Mr. Megaro went on to add, “we are very pleased with the decision from the Superior Court of New Jersey. They considered our petition for Post-Conviction Relief and it was GRANTED.”

The term Post-Conviction Relief refers to a law or court rule that allows a collateral challenge to a judgment of conviction which has otherwise become final in the normal appellate review process. Post-conviction relief is governed by federal and state laws, which vary by state, and may be used to preclude state or federal habeas corpus.

Attorney Patrick Megaro received both his Bachelor's Degree and Law Degree from Hofstra University. He is also the recipient of the Leon Stern Award (2002). Mr. Megaro has had several articles published and has made numerous appearances on national media such as the “Today Show” and “Happening Now” on the Fox News Channel.

References

Website: https://www.appealslawgroup.com/our-attorneys/patrick-megaro-esq/

News at: https://hype.news/patrick-megaro-attorney/n-ba064c55-8ee2-42b7-ba81-cf7edd4d175f/stories

Attorney Profile: https://criminal-defense-attorney.squarespace.com/patrick-michael-megaro-esq/

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