Personal Injury

Many School Playgrounds Have a Toxic Secret

In the never-ending quest to cut costs, schools are always looking for ways to lower maintenance needs. They seem to have succeeded in doing this with playgrounds by replacing the old school, hard rubber tiles with those cushy crumb rubber surfaces. If you have ever fallen on that black rubber tile surface you know it…

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The Dangers Hot Cars Pose to Children

Children should never be left inside of a vehicle, even if it is only for a few minutes. A vehicle parked outside on a warm day can get very hot, very quickly. Jan Null, an adjunct professor at San Francisco State University, explained to that “basically the car becomes a greenhouse. At 70 degrees…

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Helicopter Accidents – Why and How They Happen

Although not as common as other types of vehicle crashes, can be catastrophic when they occur. Crash landing or plummeting from the air can lead to severe or fatal injuries to everyone on board as well as people on the ground. One single cause or a combination of many factors can lead to aviation and…

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What to Look for in a Georgia Personal Injury Attorney

If you find yourself in need of a Georgia personal injury attorney, it is important to understand some of the basic characteristics to look for in your legal advocate. Choosing the right individual to represent you in your case can mean the difference between securing the maximum compensation available to you or nothing at all.…

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Making a Claim for Pain and Suffering in Georgia

If another person’s negligence has left you seriously injured, no jury award can erase the trauma of the incident, remove the pain, or restore your mobility. Although juries and judges cannot undo the pain and suffering you have experienced, they do have the authority to award monetary damages when the defendant in your case is…

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The Continuing Dangers of Hurricanes

Hurricane Florence, which rolled through the Carolinas and Virginia in mid-September 2018, left in its wake tremendous costs – both financially and emotionally. One estimate places the total property damage in these states at roughly $19 billion to $28.5 billion. As of this writing, Hurricane Michael is making its way up the Yucatan Peninsula, and…

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