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Super Bowl LIII Atlanta Events

Atlanta, Georgia is lucky enough to host the Super Bowl this year for the first time in 19 years in the brand-new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. With the big game, comes a lot of big events. These events begin on January 26th all across the city of Atlanta. Below we have listed the days, times, and locations of each event in...
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What Atlanta Can Expect During Super Bowl LIII

Super Bowl 53 comes to town on February 3rd at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. All of the events surrounding the big game, start on January 26th. This is a BIG deal for Atlanta and the event will be welcoming thousands of visitors into the city. This is the first time since 2000 that Atlanta is hosting the Super Bowl....
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Transportation During Super Bowl LIII In Atlanta

With Super Bowl 53 coming to Atlanta in a few short days, the city has been constantly preparing. Preparation began in the summer when officials learned that the annual game would be hosted in our very own Mercedes-Benz Stadium. We want to make sure that locals are aware of what to expect if they plan to enter the...
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Bad Driving Habits To Quit In 2019

Today’s world is all about multi-tasking, with endless technology at the tips of our fingers. What we don’t often consider, is how the desire to multi-task and maximize our efficiency can be a serious threat to our health and safety. In 2019, as we strive to keep our New Year’s’ Resolutions, we all need to add a very...
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What Is Uber JUMP?

Recently, you may have seen that Uber’s newest idea has officially hit Atlanta. Right before the Atlanta City Council came to their conclusion regarding the new e-scooter law in the city, Uber announced their JUMP bike arrival to the city.   Uber JUMP bikes are pedal-assist electric bikes. This means that the harder you pedal, the faster you...
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E-Scooter Safety

Atlanta has seen a new mode of transportation in the city that offers riders an inexpensive way to get around. Very popular in Midtown, the BeltLine, and various college campuses, the e-scooter movement is taking over. Officials at Grady Hospital say they now see about 25 injuries per month from scooter accidents. Some accidents leave minor cuts and bruises,...
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Atlanta E-Scooter Law

If you live in or around Atlanta, you have likely seen e-scooters filling up the sidewalks. This form of transportation offers an inexpensive way for riders to get around. Companies such as Bird and Lime have taken over Midtown and various parts of the city giving people something fun to do on those sunny days. However, to some...
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Driving in Winter Weather

Sometimes when winter weather hits, we don't have a choice except to drive in it. Although it is advised not to drive in snow or ice, it is best to follow a few basic safety principles if you do have to get out in the winter conditions:   Do not use cruise control. Cruise control easily takes your...
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10 Georgia Driving Laws You Never Knew Existed

Driving laws can be complicated when they vary from state to state and there is nothing worse than being pulled over and getting a ticket for a law you didn’t even know existed.  Police often times will try and inform the public on new or obscure laws by handing out warnings but the best method to avoid a...
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Tips for Driving in the Rain

In 2018, Georgia experienced nearly 70 inches of rainfall which is far more rain than the state typically averages, according to the National Weather Service. In December alone, Atlanta had 11 inches of rain. Rain is nothing new to Georgians, but it can definitely cause dangerous driving conditions. As if traffic in Atlanta is not bad enough, throw...
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The Safest Cars of 2019

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) conducts vehicle tests each year to form a list of Top Safety Picks. This testing determines how well a vehicle protects its occupants during a crash.   To qualify, the vehicle must earn good ratings in various categories including: frontal crash testing, roof strength testing, head restraint testing, and overall headlight...
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UM Insurance: What It Is & Why You Need It

  You have most likely heard of UM Insurance coverage, but may not know exactly what it is.  UM Insurance stands for uninsured motorist, but may also be referred to as UIM insurance, meaning underinsured motorist. Other commonly used phrases you may hear when discussing UM Insurance is UMBI, Uninsured Motorist Bodily Injury Insurance, and UMPD, Uninsured Motorist Property Damage Coverage. Below,...
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Important Georgia Birth Injury FAQ’s

Although most babies in the United States are delivered with little to no birth injuries, there are approximately 28,000 birth injuries reported every year.  If a medical professional is negligent or makes a mistake during pregnancy, labor, or delivery it could result in the serious injury or even death of a baby.  There are few injuries that can...
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Ways To Prepare Your Home For Winter Weather

Winter weather in Atlanta gives you no warning. One day it can be sunny and 75 and the next day it could be snowing. Because of that, it is important to participate in getting your home prepared for winter conditions before it actually hits. The following tips are a few basic ways you can prepare your home for...
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Common Back Injuries from a Car Accident

Car accidents can cause a number of different serious injuries but back injuries are one of the most common. The severity of impact-related injuries can vary depending on the type of accident, but even minor accidents can cause traumatic injuries to the back. Back injuries can be among the most painful and debilitating injuries, often requiring expensive surgery and ongoing...
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How to Prepare for Possible Winter Weather in Atlanta

"Snowpocalypse" January 2014: Atlanta, GA    Five years ago, Atlanta experienced a snow storm that no one was prepared for. The chaos, often referred to as the “Snowpocalypse,” was a true test for those in and around Atlanta. When the snow started falling, the interstates became jammed with cars trying to reach home. Schools released their students early...
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5 Winter Weather Safety Tips

Although it has been quite warm for this winter season in Atlanta, winter weather always inevitably strikes, and it is best to be prepared. With the possibility of wintry weather approaching Georgia in the coming weeks, it is wise to use the following basic tips to keep yourself safe while outdoors.   Layer Up It is best to...
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6 Common Seatbelt Safety Myths

  One of the most important decisions you can make while in a vehicle is to buckle up.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 15,000 lives are saved each year in the United States because drivers and their passengers were wearing seat belts during an accident. Most Americans see the lifesaving value in using a...
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The 10 Most Common Workers Compensation Claims

Workers compensation is a form of workplace insurance for people who have been injured on the job. It is administered in Georgia through the State Board of Workers Compensation and provides medical, rehabilitation, and income benefits to give workers a safety net while they recover from an injury. Workplace injuries are common in a number of different types...
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7 Tips to Safely Hang Christmas Lights

Thanksgiving festivities have come and gone and with that comes time to prepare for Christmas.  This means breaking out all of your holiday decorations and making your home inviting and cheerful with Christmas lights.  Lights are a holiday tradition that many families love to participate in.  Often decorating not only their Christmas tree but also their entire house...
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