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Words Matter When It Comes to Safety of Autonomous Vehicles

The phrase “self-driving car” may conjure the ability to check email, read, get some work done, or even indulge in a morning coffee and bagel, all while safely riding to work. It’s a dream come true to get some of that time back every day, especially for workers with long commutes. Unfortunately, that terminology is…

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When a Breech Birth Causes Injuries

In a conventional labor and delivery, the baby is born head first. However, some babies settle into what’s called the “breech” position, where the feet and/or buttocks are set up to enter the birth canal first. A breech birth is considered high-risk, as the baby has a greater potential to become wedged or stuck in…

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Update: Military Medical Malpractice Claims Are Still Unprocessed

As a coastal state, Georgia is home to 13 military bases crossing all branches of service. Many Georgia citizens have honorably served our country and been active community members, business owners, law enforcement officers, teachers, and unfortunately, victims. Military personnel have not only fought to protect our country, but also must fight to protect a…

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Why Is There a Car in My Living Room?

You never really think about it until it happens to you. You’re sitting there enjoying a quiet evening at home and then, out of nowhere, chaos strikes. There’s a loud crash and suddenly part of your home appears to have become part of a movie stunt, only the car crashing through your wall wasn’t part…

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Deadly Plane Crash in Gainesville, GA Prompts Investigation

Late on a Friday evening earlier this year, a single-engine plane crashed in Gainesville, Georgia, killing all three people inside. The pilot and passengers were on their way to Daytona Beach, Florida. Authorities were alerted to the crash when a passerby called 911 regarding debris in the road and nearby woods. No other people were…

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Amazon Continues to Evade Liability for Dangerous Products

In the ongoing liability battle that varies from state-to-state as to whether Amazon owes any duty to protect its customers, a federal judge in Illinois ruled that the retail giant won’t be held responsible for injuries caused by defective products sold on the website. This doesn’t look like it’s going to be a well settled…

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Dangerous Gender Reveal Parties Can End in Injury

Anticipating the arrival of a baby is an exciting time. While some parents-to-be still opt to be surprised at the sex of the baby, others have jumped on the bandwagon of gender reveal parties. These gatherings to announce and celebrate that you’re expecting a boy or girl have grown in popularity to the point where…

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Is Your Microwave Hurting Your Child?

There have been many stories over the years about the dangers of microwaves. You’ve probably heard allegations that microwaves cause cancer or that they can interrupt a pacemaker if you stand too close to them while they’re running. Both myths have been debunked many times over, but there’s one not-so-new danger that’s very real. Microwaves…

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All Commercial Trucks Are Not Created Equal

How many times have you driven past an accident between a smaller vehicle and a larger vehicle and thought about whether you would be better protected if you were driving something bigger? It’s a common thought when you start to look around and notice how many vehicles on the road — from pickup trucks to…

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Stunt Work Can End in Injury on Movie Sets

Georgia has increasingly become a hub for television and film production. With that infusion into the state’s economy comes all the perks and downfalls of the entertainment industry. One of those downfalls is actors and production members being put at risk for getting hurt while working on set or on location. Stunt performers are an…

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