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Strong-Garner-Bauer Attorneys (and kids) Ring Bell For Salvation Army
Strong-Garner-Bauer Attorneys (and kids) Ring Bell For Salvation Army

Strong-Garner-Bauer P.C. attorneys Neil Chanter and Grant Rahmeyer took to the streets to raise money for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. Both attorneys, accompanied by their children Emme and Lotte Chanter and Cruz Rahmeyer, rang the bell to raise money for the ...

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Blog Posts in 2011

  • Rogersville MO Woman Killed in Crash on James River Freeway

    The Springfield Police Department is investigating a fatal crash overnight in southeast Springfield. Rance Porter, 40, of Rogersville was killed when ...

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  • CDC Investigates E. Coli in Romaine Lettuce

    The CDC is investigating an E. coli outbreak that has sickened dozens of people in 10 states – and all signs point to romaine lettuce as the likely ...

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  • Centers For Disease Control And Prevention: E. Coli Linked To Farm’s Lettuce

    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have traced an E. coli outbreak in Missouri and nine other states to romaine lettuce from a single ...

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  • E. coli has struck 32, officials now say

    Another E. coli infection was confirmed through testing on Friday, bringing the total number of people sickened in the St. Louis outbreak to 32, ...

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  • Father and Son Killed When Train Struck Dump Truck

    The Missouri State Highway Patrol said a father and son were killed when a dump truck was struck by an oncoming train near Seymour. Gary Lee, 58, and ...

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  • New State Law Give Patients More Information About Their Doctors

    A new Missouri law that took effect in August will give consumers more information about their doctors. In an effort to create more transparency ...

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  • The Best Lawyers in America

    Congratulations to Tom Strong , Steve Garner , Jeff Bauer , and Neil Chanter on being selected by their peers as among The Best Lawyers in America for ...

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  • Woman awarded $500K after nurses left sponge in her abdomen

    A Pennsylvania jury has awarded a woman more than $500,000 in her lawsuit against Lower Bucks Hospital and two nurses who left a sponge in her abdomen ...

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  • Study: Portable pools just as dangerous as in-ground pools

    Portable swimming pools are potentially more dangerous than stationary models, according to the first U.S. study involving child drownings in ...

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