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Tragedy in Your Own Backyard

We all enjoy spending a quiet afternoon soaking up the sun next to a refreshing swimming pool, but when the proper precautions aren’t taken, this beautiful scene can turn deadly. Swimming pool accidents can result in serious, often life-threatening injury, and even death. Owners of swimming pools are required to take adequate safety measures to Read More

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Medication Errors

A meningitis outbreak was recently linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy. It has caused terror in patients taking medication everywhere. While the pharmacy involved was a compounding pharmacy that creates specialized medications, medication errors can occur with any drug at any pharmacy. A medication error is an event that usually can be prevented. It’s usually Read More

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Types of Personal Injury Damages

A personal injury claim can occur from a broad range of circumstances, and the injuries suffered can range from a broken arm or leg to death. Automobile accidents are the number one cause of personal injury claims in the United States. If you’ve been injured in an automobile or otherwise, it’s important to understand the Read More

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Keeping Kids Safe: A Car Seat Primer

With the risks of texting, drunk driving, bad weather conditions, and the poor judgment of others, drivers need to exercise caution every time they go out on the road. But accidents do happen, and when we have children in the car we must do everything we can to keep them safe. According to the National Read More

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FDA Calls For Lower Doses of Sleep Medication To Prevent Drowsy Driving

Drowsy driving is a huge problem in this country. According to a government study, 1 in 24 U.S. adults say they recently fell asleep while driving. Some health experts contend that the number is even higher because people often don’t realize when they nod off at the wheel for just a second or two. While Read More

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A Tale of Injuries and Older Motorcycle Riders

If you’ve ever watched the cult TV show Sons of Anarchy on FX about the lives of a close-knit outlaw motorcycle club that operates in Charming, a fictional town in California, you know that people of all ages ride motorcycles. In fact, 25% of all motorcycle riders today are age 50 or older—a segment of Read More

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Own a Toyota?

Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, recently announced a recall of 7.43 million cars due to defects in the power window switches that could cause fire. This recall comes on the heels of Toyota’s recent $1 billion settlement of sudden acceleration lawsuits. Toyota, once thought of as the pinnacle of safety, has suffered some severe adverse Read More

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Overcrowded Emergency Rooms = Trouble

This is the time of year that emergency rooms are bursting at the seams. They are full of people suffering from flu symptoms and other seasonal illnesses in addition to the usual injuries and emergencies. This overcrowding is a recipe for malpractice because doctors are in a hurry, fatigued, and may not provide you with Read More

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Slip? Fall? Here’s What To Do

It’s icy, it’s wet, and it’s downright slick out there. Welcome to February in Georgia. This is the time of year you need to exercise extra care to avoid slip and fall accidents. If you do find yourself down for the count, however, here’s what to do: Document the scene: While you are still on Read More

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Five Most Common Types Of Medical Malpractice Injury

Enso Martinez and Rebecca Fielding of Maryland recently won a record $55 million malpractice award for damages caused to their infant son when Johns Hopkins Hospital delayed performing an emergency cesarean for two full hours. While Georgia law imposes a cap on punitive damages, the true financial cost of a birth injury can net parents Read More

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