805PM – Dr Derek Ochiai @Dr DerekOchiai joins us to talk about the Peyton Manning / Al Jazeera story that continues to grow legs. Since, Dr. Ochiai is a DIE-HARD NY JETS fans — we’ll talk about this weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
Dr. Derek Ochiai is a graduate of Cornell University, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and is fellowship trained in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and specializes in injuries to the upper and lower extremities including: hip, knee, and shoulder arthroscopy. Dr. Ochiai uses both non-surgical and surgical techniques to help his patients return to their active lifestyles.
830PM – Karen Mertes, a Drunk Driving Victim herself and creator of “PLAINTIFF 101” shares with us her story of unfortunate circumstance. She also takes an in-depth look inside the courtroom at the coverage of the legal and technical issues that arise in a drunk driving case.
Did you know 41 percent of car accident fatalities occurred on New Year’s Eve?
New Year’s is one of the busiest long-distance travel periods of the year with an increase of 23 percent, compared to the average number of long distance trips during the restof the year. About 91 percent of travel over the holidays is done by motor vehicle to domestic locations (99 percent).
Combine this extra travel with lots of parties and an increase in alcohol consumption, and it is a recipe for more car accidents.
850pm – Danny Thompson @NBADT29 answers the question – Is Steph Curry hurting basketball? Mark Jackson’s comment draws criticism from everyone.
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