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2019 Eco-Friendly Cars

In honor of Earth Day, we're sharing all the things you need to know about eco-friendly vehicles. The truth is, electric cars are becoming more of the norm. They are better for the environment and are overall pretty cheap to maintain, while still providing the utmost safety for consumers. Over the years, we have seen new technology that...
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Dog Bite Prevention Week: Tips To Help Dog Owners Prevent Dog Bites

April 7-13 is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. Owning a dog can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience. Along with this comes great responsibility. A dog owner can help prevent his pet from lashing out and attacking by incorporating these simple tips. While it may not work for every breed all the time, these tips can potentially keep...
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Work Zone Awareness Week: Stay Alert In Construction Zones

April 8th through 12th is Work Zone Awareness Week. In Atlanta, we are well accustomed to road work and construction zones. Our relatively mild climate means that construction is a four-season affair. If you commute anywhere in the metro area, you’re bound to run into road improvement projects along the way. The consequences for negligence in construction zones...
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Atlanta Braves Home Opener: Things To Know

Image courtesy of AJC   Baseball is back! The Atlanta Braves home opener is on April 1st against the Chicago Cubs at SunTrust Park. Baseball season is a fun time for Atlanta residents + visitors. To make your visit the most enjoyable, here are some things you should know beforehand.   Parking It is strongly encouraged to purchase...
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Take Me Out To The Braves Game: Baseball Game Safety Tips

Spring is here which means temps are rising and you're looking for more activities and events to go to that are outside. A baseball game is a perfect way to spend a spring or summer day, but the hot temperatures at these games can create a large risk. If you're planning to visit Atlanta's own Suntrust Park to...
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Spring Break Travel Tips

Spring break season is finally here! The cold weather is long gone and it's time to catch some rays. If you're a parent, you may have had a trip planned since Christmas for your kiddos and if you're a teen you might be vacationing with your friends. College students finally have a break and groups of twenty-somethings are...
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Beach Safety Tips

Spring break is upon us and summer will be here before we know it. Many families take vacations to the beach every year. There's nothing better than a warm, summer day spent playing in the sand and ocean. Although beach trips can make great family memories, it's important to follow a few basic beach safety tips to ensure...
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Torts To Courts Podcast: Sitter Safety Suggestions

Torts To Courts Podcast Episode 3: Sitter Safety Suggestions for the Spring + Summer Season   Spring has arrived in Georgia and before you know it, the kids will be on summer break and temperatures will near the 90's. Many parents will hire sitters to watch after their children during the summer, so that they can maintain their...
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The Safest + Most Effective Sunscreens For Your Kids

Summer vacation means a lot of time spent outside. Whether your kids are playing on the playground, taking a dip in the pool, or enjoying a beach day with the family, they need to be protected from harmful rays with sunscreen. There are so many types of sunscreens on the market and, as a parent, it is important...
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Tips For Safe Tanning

Going on spring or summer vacation means finally getting your feet in the water and catching some rays. After a long winter, you can't wait to get some color, but tanning can be inherently dangerous to your skin health. Practice these top tanning tips for an enjoyable vacation and to remain your healthy self:   Spray Tan or...
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Best Adult Sunscreens

Using sunscreen as an adult is essential for your skin health. Just like when you are buying sunscreen for your kids, you should also be mindful when buying sunscreen for yourself. It's important to know what kind to buy for your specific skin type.   First, it's necessary to discard any of last year's sunscreen. These lotions and...
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Six Ways to Prevent Prom Night Car Accidents

Prom is such an exciting night for high school students that they will remember for the rest of their life, however, a car accident could ruin those memories. Here are a few easy ways to prevent prom night accidents:   Don’t Drink & Drive Alcohol-related crashes are the leading cause of death for young people age 15 to 21....
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Ways To Practice Runner’s Safety

Running is an activity that many people turn to to stay active and get their exercise. Although it is a great activity, it can also be very dangerous if you aren't careful. Here are a few ways that you can practice runner's safety:   Ditch The Earbuds Although wearing headphones is common for runners, it can be wise...
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St. Patrick’s Day Safety Tips

St. Patrick's Day is a yearly Irish celebration held on March 17th. Irish or not, the holiday is heavily celebrated by many across the United States. Parades, festivals, and parties swarm cities, including Atlanta, where people crowd the streets in their green shirts and shamrock head gear. Although it can be a fun celebration, St. Patrick's Day weekend...
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Does Daylight Savings Time Increase Car Accidents?

On March 10th, we will Spring Forward! Moving our clocks ahead means earlier bed times and wake up times. The mornings are dark and the evenings are light until almost 8 PM. Although we eventually adjust, for the first week or so our bodies are confused. Until we are adjusted, it is common to have trouble falling asleep,...
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College Students: Stay Safe This Spring Break

Spring break is one of the most exciting times for college students. These kids finally get the opportunity to travel with a large group of their friends. It is very common for sororities and fraternities to plan extravagant trips and truly take over the beaches for a week. Although it is an exciting time, as a young adult...
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Women In Construction Week

National Women In Construction Week is March 3-9 and aims to recognize that women make up a large component of the construction industry. The construction industry employees thousands across the United States and the industry is forever growing. Many times, when you think about the industry you may not think about the amount of women that work in...
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How Traumatic Brain Injuries Impair Executive Functioning

Each March, the nation recognizes National Brain Injury Awareness Month. Traumatic brain injuries are a devastating injury that affects an estimated 2.4 million people each year in the United States. Many of these injuries are the result of a motor vehicle accident. When the accident involves a large commercial truck, the risk of a brain injury is especially...
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Child Brain Injuries: How They’re Different

Unintentional injuries, such as motor vehicle accidents, are the leading cause of disability and death in children and adolescents in the United States. Unintentional injuries often lead to brain injuries. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the two age groups at greatest risk for brain injury are age 0-4 and 15-19. Common causes for...
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National Brain Injury Awareness Month: Understanding Brain Injuries

March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month which aims to educate the public on brain injuries and the needs of people that have endured brain injuries. At Kaufman Law, we want to join the movement and provide useful information for such a serious topic.   A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury caused by trauma. Examples of...
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