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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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Could Federal Paid Maternity Leave Help Protect Mothers?

When USA TODAY’s explosive expose on the dangers (and frequency) of postpartum hemorrhage and preeclampsia first broke, several states took action to address those concerns. What states have continued to neglect, however, are the number of other factors that contribute to the rise in maternal mortality rates. A 2018 analysis by Harvard Medical School obstetrics,…

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Filing a Product Liability Claim: What You Should Know

Defective product and product liability actions are, unfortunately, common occurrences: think of Takata’s massive airbag recall, children’s toys with choking hazards, or the current vaping illnesses. When you or a loved one use a defective product and it causes you harm, you may be able to hold the responsible party or parties liable for your…

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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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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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