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Who’s Responsible for Apartment Complex Safety?

There are thousands of apartment complexes across Georgia where people from all walks of life reside. The one thing they all have in common is the right to being safe in and around their homes. The only thing that changes is who actually carries the responsible of safeguarding residents and their visitors. Regardless of where…

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A Recap of BMW Recalls for 2019

With so many BMW aficionados running around, it’s important that everyone keep up to date with the issues these vehicles may experience on the road. As a driver, you need to know what may be happening with your vehicle so that you can get it repaired before harming yourself or anyone else. As a driver…

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Heartburn Medication Recall is Causing a Lot of Headaches

Nobody enjoys taking medication. Unfortunately, a lot of people need medication either to live with a medical condition or to make life a little easier. Heartburn is one of those medical marvels that can go either direction depending upon the severity of your condition. Heartburn is a symptom of acid reflux. If acid reflux gets…

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Common Causes of Semi-truck Accidents

Thousands of individuals die each year in accidents involving semi-trucks. In 2017, nearly 4,700 large trucks were involved in roadway crashes that included the loss of human life, according to data compiled by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Overall, in the same year 56,422 large trucks were involved in crashes that resulted in physical…

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Is Tesla’s Semi a Safer Alternative to Other Trucks?

News that Tesla was going to begin producing versions of a semi-truck was released in 2017. Production dates have been pushed back a couple of times, but if they can pull it off, will it make the roadways safer? Production of the electric truck has now been slated for late 2020, but if it hits…

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More Than a Million Vehicles Recalled in Two Days

In the course of 48 hours recalls have been issued for over one million vehicles from two of the three biggest US car makers. Fiat Chrysler has recalled Jeep and Dodge SUVs, while General Motors has recalled pickup trucks. Who initiates a car recall? The vehicle recall process is typically initiated by the auto manufacturer…

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Who Is Liable in a Moving Truck Accident?

If you have ever rented a U-Haul to move, you know how stressful it can be. The truck is bigger and boxier than your car, and the sightlines and blind spots are different. Other drivers may try to speed up to pass you, or you can find yourself stuck on a narrow road, hoping you…

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Preeclampsia vs. Eclampsia – What You Need to Know

Preeclampsia and eclampsia can be life-threatening conditions affecting pregnant women and new mothers. Preeclampsia generally involves swelling, the development of high blood pressure, or high protein levels in the urine any time after the 20th week of pregnancy. Eclampsia is a severe complication of preeclampsia, leading to seizures during or after pregnancy. Both of these…

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Fatal Plane Crash Outside Georgia Leaves Two Dead, but No Injuries

Around 10:00 am on Wednesday, October 30th, a single-engine plane took off from DeKalb-Peachtree Airport on a flight to Salisbury, North Carolina. For reasons still unknown, the plane crashed into the Clairmont Hills Townhomes, near I-85 and Clairmont Road, outside of Atlanta. Both passengers onboard the plane have died and their families have been notified,…

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How To Help Your Personal Injury Attorney Help You

When searching for a personal injury lawyer, one of the most important things is fit. You want to ensure that you and your attorney are on the same page when it comes to approaching your case, as well as how you work together. The bottom line is that you want a great lawyer, and your…

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