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8 Things everyone should know if you ever in a Car Wreck. Published in Car Accidents on February 23, 2017.

If you are involved in an car wreck here are some things everyone show know and do: Take Pictures of the Scene, both Vehicles, and of any injuries. (You want your own pictures not pictures from the other insurance company.  Limit what you say to the Police, state only the facts (Just like everything else anything you say can and… READ MORE

Top Tips for Keeping Kids Safe in Cars. Make Sure Children Have a Safe Ride Home. Published in Uncategorized on February 17, 2017.

Car accidents are the leading cause of fatal injuries in children ages five to 19. Parents and caregivers play a major role in protecting their children from vehicle-related injuries. Transporting your child requires several different precautionary measures to adhere to Georgia law and maximize the safety of your child while in the car. You need to know the proper safety… READ MORE

What Is Chinese Drywall, is it Toxic, How Can I Tell? Published in Uncategorized on February 12, 2017.

If you had drywall installed in your home in America between 2001 and 2009, it is possible that your home contains harmful contaminants. As of 2015, more than 4,000 homeowners have reported health problems related to drywall imported from China during this time period. Chinese drywall installed especially in 2006–2007 may contain high levels of sulfur, causing myriad health problems… READ MORE

Does Speeding Kill? What Are Some Speeding Facts? Published in Uncategorized on February 2, 2017.

Every driver is guilty of speeding at one time or another. It is easy to zip through Macon, on your commute to work or struggle to make it to an appointment on time to miss a speed limit sign. Speed limits aren’t just in place to impose fines, they exist for the safety of drivers and pedestrians. Speeding is a… READ MORE

Pool Safety Tips, Summer’s Coming, Stay Safe While Staying Cool! Published in Home Safety Tips, Prevent Accidents and Protect Yourself,Personal Injury,Safety,Uncategorized on February 1, 2017.

Summer wouldn’t be the same without dips in the pool, but is your family safe from common pool-related accidents and injuries? Drowning is the number one cause of unintentional death in children between one and four years old. If you have children in the house or in your neighborhood, it is your responsibility to keep your pool safe. Pool safety… READ MORE

How Can I Prevent Injuries to Toddlers from Falling, Climbing, and Grabbing? Published in Home Safety Tips, Prevent Accidents and Protect Yourself,Safety,Uncategorized on February 1, 2017.

Toddlers are notorious for getting into things they shouldn’t. It is in a child’s nature to crawl, pull up, and eventually walk. Unfortunately for parents, it is also in a child’s nature to climb, fall, and grab. At this age, your home can seem like a war zone, full of potential hazards for your child. Knowing how to prevent injuries… READ MORE

When Do I Need An Affidavit of Merit or Expert Affidavit Published in medical malpractice on December 21, 2016.

Medical malpractice cases in Georgia and throughout the country are complex and demand a lot from a plaintiff. A plaintiff’s burden of proof in medical malpractice cases is typically greater than in other personal injury claims, since the plaintiff is up against an established healthcare professional or facility. Medical malpractice plaintiffs are also under greater pressure to prove their cases… READ MORE

Don’t Assume of Risk, Contribute to Your Own Injury? Published in Personal Injury on December 19, 2016.

In today’s world, taking risks isn’t necessarily an undesirable experience – many people seek risks to get an adrenaline rush or have fun. Many popular activities today are inherently dangerous, such as skydiving, white water rafting, rock climbing, or even watching a baseball game. In these situations, the participant is assuming some risk of sustaining an injury or property damage.… READ MORE

What Is an Intentional Tort? Published in Personal Injury on December 14, 2016.

In civil cases, such as those involving a defendant’s negligence or liability, the law refers to the defendant’s crime as a tort. Most civil lawsuits involve some kind of tort, or an act one party commits that causes harm to another party. The harm may be a physical injury, property damage, or injury to one’s reputation. The majority of torts… READ MORE

Defamation- Libel vs. Slander. The Truth Will Set You Free! Published in Defamation,Libel,Slander on December 12, 2016.

Personal injury doesn’t always take the form of physical harm. Many civil cases in Georgia deal instead with injuries to one’s reputation. If someone harmed you or your company with a publicized falsehood, you may have grounds to sue under the legal theory of defamation. Learn the difference between defamation, libel, and slander to better protect yourself from this type… READ MORE

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  • 8 Things everyone should know if you ever in a Car Wreck.
    If you are involved in an car wreck here are some things everyone show know and do: Take Pictures of the Scene, both Vehicles, and of any injuries. (You want your own pictures not pictures from the other insurance company.  Limit what you say to the Police, state only the facts (Just like everything else […]
  • Top Tips for Keeping Kids Safe in Cars. Make Sure Children Have a Safe Ride Home.
    Car accidents are the leading cause of fatal injuries in children ages five to 19. Parents and caregivers play a major role in protecting their children from vehicle-related injuries. Transporting your child requires several different precautionary measures to adhere to Georgia law and maximize the safety of your child while in the car. You need […]
  • What Is Chinese Drywall, is it Toxic, How Can I Tell?
    If you had drywall installed in your home in America between 2001 and 2009, it is possible that your home contains harmful contaminants. As of 2015, more than 4,000 homeowners have reported health problems related to drywall imported from China during this time period. Chinese drywall installed especially in 2006–2007 may contain high levels of […]
  • Does Speeding Kill? What Are Some Speeding Facts?
    Every driver is guilty of speeding at one time or another. It is easy to zip through Macon, on your commute to work or struggle to make it to an appointment on time to miss a speed limit sign. Speed limits aren’t just in place to impose fines, they exist for the safety of drivers […]