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After a year of limited driving for many, it’s easy to see that traffic has gotten back to normal. Surprisingly, accidents during the pandemic were up.
No matter your age, being geographically separated from family is tough. For seniors, this separation can turn everyday routines into a serious challenge. If you notice a neighbor or community member struggling in this way, you may be wondering how you can best help.
September 3, 2021, marks David Inabinett’s 25th anniversary with Brinkley Walser Stoner,
PLLC. The Lexington native started as an associate in 1996 immediately after graduating from
Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem and was appointed Managing Member
of the firm in 2009. His main areas of practice are Estate Planning & Administration, Real Estate
Law, Elder Law/ Medicaid, and Nursing Home Planning, Public School Law, and Business and
Commercial Law. Inabinett is a member of the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys
(NAELA) and has been selected once again by his peers for inclusion in the 28th edition of The
Best Lawyers in America® in the fields of Elder Law, and Trusts and Estates.
“If I had the opportunity to go back, I would not change too much. I get tremendous satisfaction from helping clients. Brinkley Walser Stoner is my idea of what a law
firm should be.
David E. Inabinett, Managing Member of Brinkley Walser Stoner, has been selected once again by his peers for inclusion in the 28th edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the fields of Elder Law, and Trusts and Estates.
As a business owner, you must be prepared to deal with problems or challenges that may impact the growth and future success of your company. Whether you’re operating a small business with 1-5 employees or an organization with 20 employees, here are three steps that you should take to protect yourself and your business from employment lawsuits.