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Common causes for motor vehicle crashes

Every driver on the road has a duty to others to be a safe driver. That duty applies to your passengers, other drivers on the road and any pedestrians. This involves minimizing distractions and being an attentive driver.  Despite this duty, according to the Georgia...

Are you using the right child safety seat?

Securing your child in the right safety seat may prevent serious injury in a motor vehicle accident. According to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, the risk for this type of injury decreases by 59% when parents properly use an approved child...

Did a seat belt defect cause your injury?

You expect your vehicle's restraint system to protect you and everyone else in your vehicle from extreme injury during a crash. However, faulty safety belts may result in catastrophic injuries.  If a defective seat belt led to your injury in a car accident, you may...

Why crush injuries can be catastrophic

With daylight saving time now over for this year and winter quickly approaching, you face increased chances of becoming involved in a Georgia motor vehicle accident in which you could sustain serious injuries. Unfortunately, one of the most common injuries you can...

Important facts about bedsores

Your parent may have lost considerable mobility since becoming a resident at the nursing home. Now, he or she requires assistance to move from the bed to a chair and back again. Such limited mobility puts the elderly at risk of developing bedsores. Pressure ulcers You...

Georgia is a top 5 state for pedestrian deaths

Pedestrians have a fair expectation that they will be able to walk safely from point A to point B. Unfortunately, pedestrian accidents are rising and they can often be fatal. A report from the Governors Highway Safety Administration (GHSA) revealed there were 6,227...