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The Dangers of Truck Jackknife Accidents

Truck jackknife accidents are one of the most dangerous types of accidents that can happen on the road. When a large commercial truck jackknifes, the driver can lose control of the vehicle potentially leading to a multi-vehicle collision. Jackknife accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, and due to the size and weight…

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Positive Drug Tests Rise Among Truck Drivers

Semi-trucks are a common sight on major highways like I-16 or I-95. These large vehicles require special training and licenses to drive, and truck drivers must undergo drug testing regularly. Ideally, all drivers would be sober, resulting in negative drug tests, but that is not the case, especially last year. If you do end up…

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How Medical Negligence Can Lead to Seizure Disorders in Infants

Seizure disorders are a common neurological disorder affecting infants worldwide. They can be caused by a variety of factors, including medical negligence. Medical negligence occurs when a healthcare provider fails to provide the standard of care that a reasonably prudent healthcare provider would provide under the same or similar circumstances. Negligence by your healthcare team…

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Atlanta Drivers Are Driving Recklessly

In Atlanta, the problem of reckless driving is particularly acute, with high-speed crashes and fatalities occurring regularly on major highways and city streets. The Georgia Department of Transportation and local law enforcement agencies have launched numerous campaigns and initiatives aimed at curbing reckless driving in the city including increased patrols, speed cameras, and public awareness…

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Autonomous Cars with Defective Software Recalled

Autonomous vehicles, also known as self-driving cars, have been hailed as the future of transportation. With the promise of increased safety, convenience, and efficiency, it’s easy to see why many people are excited about the potential of this technology. However, there are also some very real dangers associated with autonomous vehicles that need to be…

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How Does a Pre-Existing Injury Affect My Accident Claim?

Many people live with all types of aches and pains. These pains may be due to prior accidents or just to the wear and tear of your body as you age, which are generally referred to as pre-existing conditions. If an accident makes your pre-existing condition worse, you may be able file a personal injury…

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Why Do Pedestrian Accidents Happen?

Savannah is a VERY pedestrian-friendly city. Millions of people visit Savannah each year for its history, its parks, and its cobblestone roads. The historic districts include the Savannah Historic District, the similarly named but different Savannah Victorian Historic District, the Cuyler–Brownsville District, Pin Point Historic District, Ardsley Park–Chatham Crescent Historic District, and the Thomas Square…

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Researchers Find a Link Between Head Injuries and Brain Tumors

Head injuries from auto accidents, falls, construction accidents, and other causes must always be taken seriously. Accident victims should seek immediate medical attention if they suspect they have suffered a head injury because the symptoms may be delayed even though the injury may already be present. Traumatic brain injuries, and other head injuries, often cause…

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Why Rear-End Truck Collisions Are Often Complicated

Most rear-end collisions are fairly simple. The vehicle in the rear caused the accident by following too closely to the car in front or by distracted driving. The damage to the vehicles normally indicates that a rear-end collision happened – the car that caused the accident is damaged in the front and the car that…

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