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Seat Belts Vital for All Vehicle Passengers

According to a report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), passengers in the back seat of a vehicle are 9 percent less likely to buckle their seat belts than front seat passengers. The NHTSA hopes to change this percentage with legislation that requires new vehicles to be manufactured to sound an alert Read More

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The Importance of Motorcycle Helmets Tragically Reaffirmed

In July 2011, a 55-year-old motorcyclist died while protesting mandatory motorcycle helmet laws in New York. He was thrown from his motorcycle after losing control and sustained head injuries that proved to be fatal. The doctors who treated the injured motorcyclist have stated that a helmet would more than likely have saved his life. This Read More

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Reporting Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

There are few things as tragic as harm inflicted upon the vulnerable elderly. The abuse can take place in a nursing home or by a private caregiver in the patient’s home. If you think that someone you love is being abused or neglected, you need to know what constitutes abuse. Elder abuse can take the Read More

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Most Common Car Accident Injuries

Every year in the United States, more than 2 million people are injured due to automobile accidents, including more than 30,000 fatal injuries. In Fulton County alone, there more than 50,000 motor vehicle accidents annually. It is estimated that more than 17,000 people are injured in the Atlanta area annually. Because of the dynamics involved, Read More

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