Posts by Stephen G. Lowry

Low-Speed Collisions and Concussions

One of the most common types of car accidents here in Georgia and across the country are rear-end crashes. These can happen for just about any reason, in any weather and at any speed. However, we want to focus on low-speed collisions. Many people – and insurance companies – think that a low-speed accident means…

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Are Self Driving Cars a Good Idea?

Because cell phones have made us accessible 24 hours a day, it has become more difficult to disconnect from work or other obligations. On the other hand, you can now open an app from 300 miles away to see the stranger standing outside your front door, and newer refrigerators give you the ability to order…

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Time is of the Essence in Georgia Birth Injury Claims

Although most babies in Georgia and across the United States are delivered without problems, in some situations birth injuries can occur. If it happens to you and your family, you understand the emotional and financial devastation this brings. Birth injuries may cause a lifetime of medical issues that can cost thousands of dollars a month…

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Who Is Liable in a Merging Accident Between Two Vehicles?

Generally speaking, when one car is attempting to enter a roadway, it is that driver’s responsibility to enter safely. If the merging driver hits another car, the merging driver is liable for any injuries or damage sustained in the crash. There are times, however, when multiple parties may be liable, and times when a third-party,…

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Former MLB Pitcher Wins $5.1M Settlement Over Concurrent Surgery Injury

A recent court case involving former Red Sox and White Sox pitcher Bobby Jenks and Massachusetts General Hospital is shining a light on the little-known practice called “concurrent surgeries.” Jenks brought a case against both the hospital and Dr. Kirkham Wood, the former head of orthopedic spine surgery, claiming he suffered a career-ending spinal injury…

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Sex Offender Jeffrey Epstein Has Been Arrested for Sex Trafficking

In 2008, celebrity financier and serial sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was given an incredibly lenient sentence after pleading guilty to “two state prostitution charges involving a 17-year-old girl,” in a deal that was sealed by the courts in Palm Beach County, per the Miami Herald. The outrage was immediate, and left people feeling angry and…

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Carbon Monoxide in Boats & Campers: Know the Risks

With summer in full swing in Georgia, many families and friends take to the outdoors to enjoy activities like camping and boating. However, before you embark on that weekend adventure, it’s important to be aware of the risks of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Being informed of the risks and symptoms of CO poisoning can mean…

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