Personal Injury Blog


Be Your Own Best Advocate: After a Collision (Part 1)

Before 1st Responders Arrive In the immediate aftermath of a motor vehicle collision people may be injured or disoriented.  It is important to be mindful of your actions, and how those actions may help or hinder first-responders.  There are steps that you can take where conditions permit to protect yourself and your passengers after a wreck, and preserve important evidence. ...

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Could New Technology Save Kids Left Behind In Hot Cars?

Hot Car Death Statistics The leading cause of non-collision-related deaths among children under the age of 15 is heatstroke in vehicles, notes the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. About 87 percent of these fatalities involve children ages three and...

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Fireworks Safety for You and Your Children

The Fourth of July is a time when we celebrate our nation’s independence by lighting fireworks at home, or attending professional fireworks displays. To many people, this national holiday just wouldn’t be the same without the loud boom of fireworks...

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Is Co-Sleeping Right for You and Your Baby? A Look at Both Sides of the Debate

Co-sleeping – the practice of parents bringing their baby into bed for the night – is a hotly debated topic. One side of the debate views co-sleeping as a risky practice, increasing the risk of child death through suffocation or...

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Seen the Nationwide Super Bowl Ad? Here Are True Numbers of Child Accidents

Our Atlanta child injury lawyers report on the true numbers of child accidents.

According to a statement from Nationwide, the purpose of the company’s controversial Super Bowl ad was “to start a conversation, not sell insurance.” If this is true, then kudos: Building awareness of preventable child injuries is a goal that our...

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Play it Safe: Avoid Child Toy Injuries after the Holidays

Atlanta child injury attorney warns against child injuries during the holidays

Nothing tops the feeling of joy and satisfaction after seeing a child unwrap a new toy during the holidays. However, as a new study of toy-related child injuries indicates, a parent’s thoughts should quickly turn to safety. The study, published...

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