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5 Steps to Emotional Recovery After a Car Accident

  Car accidents can be scary, especially if you have never experienced one. They can also be quite traumatic, so it is important that you know how to take care of yourself afterwards. Your emotions can be all over the place, but these steps can help you recover emotionally after a crash.   1. Physical Health It can...
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How-To: Set Up Auto-Reply on iPhone

  After the Hands-Free Act went into effect, we found a few hacks that you can activate on your phone to help you further abide with the new law. One of our favorites is the “auto-reply” feature on iPhone. It’s a great built in setting that needs to be manually activated but can truly help save your life!...
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The Personal Injury Attorney Process 101: A Guide for Millennials

  As a member of the younger generation, the idea of getting an attorney can be confusing and intimidating. We're here to help you understand the simple process!   1. Do your research. Look up reputable attorneys in your area and read the reviews. There's nothing like the recommendation of others to tell you how your experience may...
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10 Must Haves for Every Uber or Lyft Driver

  Uber and Lyft drivers are hitting the Atlanta streets by swarm. What was mostly used as transportation after a night out in Buckhead in the past, Ubers and Lyfts are now being requested at all hours of the day. This list presents a good idea of common necessities that drivers tend to need while completing a trip....
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Common Myths That Women Drivers are Tired of Hearing

With a large number of women on the roads, including our local Atlanta highways, many myths have evolved regarding women and their driving. Statistics have shown that there are currently more women that hold a driver’s license opposed to men. In recent years, the number of women that own a car has also risen. Additionally, it has been...
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5 Things Every Woman Should Know After a Car Accident

Getting into a car accident is something we all hope will never happen to us. However, with the crowded highways and streets of Atlanta, accidents happen more frequently than not. With that, we have a few important things that we want people to know when an accident does unfortunately occur.   1. Stay Calm After an accident, it's...
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What You Need to Know About the Hands-Free Act

  Whenever the Hands-Free Act was signed, it brought about many questions about what is and is not allowed. We’re here to break it down for you! Our information is straight from   You can still talk on the phone while driving, but you must do so hands-free. You may use your speakerphone, Bluetooth connection, an earpiece,...
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Best Apps for Driving Hands-Free

With the new Hands-Free Georgia Act, many apps have been discovered that can help keep you safe on the road. These apps have been designed to keep drivers as hands-free as possible while driving.   Lifesaver This app blocks the ability to use your phone while driving. The app is especially handy for parents with teenage drivers because...
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Items You Need to Make Your Car Hands-Free

  With the new Hands-Free Georgia Act, there are a few essentials that everyone should have in their car to ensure that they are abiding with the law.   Car Mount A car mount will ensure that each time you are driving, you are doing so hands-free. It makes the perfect place to put your phone while in...
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Georgia Is Going Hands-Free

  In the state of Georgia, it has been illegal to text and drive for quite some time now, but the rules for talking on the phone haven’t been as strict. As of July 1st, that officially changed.   Back in May, Governor Nathan Deal signed the Hands-Free Georgia Act that puts a lot of new rules into...
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Why Is Distracted Driving So Dangerous?

Driving serves as one of the primary modes of transport, bringing us from one place to another. For those living Georgia’s busy lifestyles, sometimes car time means an opportunity to multitask – take phone calls, listen to messages, even catch a quick bite. Unfortunately, such an attitude can lead to serious accidents. Car crashes can have damaging, even...
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Who’s Liable When a Medical Student Makes a Mistake?

Medical science is a field rife with potential for error. Georgia is home to one of the leading teaching hospitals, Emory, but negligence can happen anywhere. Intensive study and practice requirements are in place to make sure those responsible for human lives and wellbeing are well prepared for the tasks at hand. Long shifts and other issues can...
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How to Prove Blame in a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common causes of personal injuries. Many scenarios can lead to a slip and fall, such as damaged walkways, ignored leaks and spills, and patches of ice. If you slip and fall, you may believe it’s your own fault. However, falls on another’s property that are the result of improper...
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How Can Forklift Operators Avoid Accidents?

Forklifts are useful tools across many industries, but they can also be dangerous. Operating a forklift without the proper training can cause accidents and injuries, as can ignoring forklift safety regulations. An estimated 855,900 forklifts exist in the United States, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Approximately 90% of forklifts will be involved in at least...
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How Are Personal Injury Claims Handled on Movie Sets?

With the growing entertainment industry, movie sets have spread out from just California and into the rest of America. These sets can bring great economical boosts to a city or town, but they also bring with them the risk of injuries. Just since 2014, two movie set accidents have resulted in deaths in Georgia. If you or a...
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Can Poor Surgical Positioning Lead to Medical Malpractice?

Georgia is home to some of the country’s most prestigious hospitals, and when we put our lives in the hands of their health care professionals, we expect they are doing everything in their power to keep us safe. Unfortunately, negligence can happen anywhere, and one common issue of medical neglect is poor surgical positioning. While we may think...
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How to Prevent Tire Blowouts and What to Do if They Happen

A tire blowout can cause a driver to lose control of the vehicle and crash. Blowouts are also a leading cause of vehicle rollovers. Luckily, tire blowouts are entirely preventable. Knowing the common causes of blowouts and how to prevent them can help you avoid this dangerous situation. If a blowout does occur, you can take precautions to...
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Pool Safety Tips for the Summer

Summer in Georgia means temperatures near 90 degrees Fahrenheit, plus humidity. Jumping in the pool can be one of the only ways to cool off on a sunny summer’s day. Unfortunately, the pool isn’t always the safest place for swimmers – especially for children. Unintentional drowning is the fifth-leading cause of unintentional injury death in the U.S., taking...
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How to Avoid a Truck’s Blind Spots

An accident with a large truck can be catastrophic. While it’s impossible to avoid driving near commercial trucks in Atlanta, collisions are preventable. The truck driver must do his or her part to keep other drivers safe, but you can take steps to protect yourself as well. One of the best ways to prevent an accident with a...
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How should pregnant women wear seat belts?

It is an extremely dangerous misconception that pregnant women should not wear seat belts. However, the fear that a safety belt can press on the uterus and harm the baby in the event of a car accident has some truth. How does a mother protect herself and her child while driving in Georgia with these two conflicting issues?...
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