Recognizing the Signs of Eating Disorders in Children, and How to Help. By Hannah Maynor After obesity and asthma, eating disorders are the third most common chronic illness among adolescents. Given that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness, the importance of recognizing it in growing children is unparalleled and early…Read More About Skip the Scale: They Learn from Us
By Attorney Malia Tartt We’ve all heard the adage, “To err is human.” But what about to err is robot? Artificial intelligence (AI) powered medical technologies are rapidly evolving and finding a home in many clinical practices. The intention behind the push is to automate more tasks so that doctors can spend more time addressing…Read More About Could Artificial Intelligence cause medical errors?
Farris, Riley & Pitt, LLP is pleased to announce that eight of our attorneys have been named among 2022’s Super Lawyers Honorees and Rising Stars. Kirby Farris is celebrating his 11th consecutive year as a Super Lawyers Honoree. Ken Riley has been named a Super Lawyers Honoree every year since 2009. Jessica Zorn and Calle…Read More About 8 FRP Attorneys named among Super Lawyers Honorees and Rising Stars 2022
Many Americans work hard for decades to save money for retirement. Home improvements are put on hold, funds are deducted from paychecks, and cost-saving budgets are strictly kept so that money can be stored away, invested and grown into a security net for one’s elder years. But what happens when a recession hits? That is…Read More About What Is The Best Course Of Action For Your Retirement Plan During A Recession?
Everyone has a habit they are trying to give up or add to their routine. Qualtrics performed a study in July of 2021, which discovered that “61% of Americans are trying to break unhealthy habits developed during the coronavirus pandemic.” While, some habits are useful, such as making your bed in the morning or brushing…Read More About How To Break Bad Habits
Going on vacation to experience different parts of the world is fun, but it can also be dangerous. It is important to prioritize your safety while traveling both abroad and domestically. Be aware of your surroundings When sightseeing and exploring a new place, it is easy to become distracted. It is important to remain alert…Read More About How to Prioritize Safety while Traveling
Conflict is a part of everyday life. Therefore, it is imperative to teach young children how to manage conflict on their own. According to Connections Academy, there are five steps for children to practice in order to learn conflict resolution skills. The first step is to STOP. Stopping means taking a step back, taking a…Read More About Teaching Children Conflict Management Skills
The PACT Act (“Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics Act”), recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Biden, garnered media attention at the national and local levels. While a significant portion of the news focused on the military’s toxic exposure from burn pits and its harmful, long-lasting effects, the Act also included a…Read More About A Firm of Service — A Letter from Attorney Calle Mendenhall
We are pleased to be recognized among an elite group of women. From Left to Anastasia Allmon, Meredith Maitrejean, Jessica Zorn, Malia Tartt and Calle Mendenhall.Read More About All FRP Female Attorneys Named Top Women Attorneys by B-Metro Magazine
If you have been injured in an accident, you might feel frustrated and confused about what to do next. You may be facing a growing stack of medical bills and wondering how you will pay for them. If you weren’t cited by law enforcement after the accident, you might feel confident that you are not…Read More About I Wasn’t Cited for My Accident – Is That Good?