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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Stay Safe on the Road This Thanksgiving


This Thanksgiving holidays, state troopers will be in full force conducting patrols and road checks throughout the state of Georgia.  Georgia State Troopers will be strictly enforcing seat belt laws and watching for impaired drivers. 

 

The Thanksgiving holiday is typically one of the busiest travel periods of the year. The Georgia Department of Public Safety defines the Thanksgiving holiday as the 102-hour period that begins at 6 p.m.


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Monday, July 2, 2018

Celebrate Safely!


Sparklers and other “non-explosive” fireworks are legal in Georgia, but precautions still need to be taken to avoid personal injury. Surprisingly, sparklers caused more firework-related injuries last year than any other single type of firework novelty causing about 14% of injuries.

According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission, there were 8 fireworks-related deaths reported in 2017. There were also an estimated 12,900 fireworks related injuries that required an emergency room visit 67% of which took place in the 30-day period surrounding the 4th of July.  Among the thousands of people treated for fireworks-related injuries, most of them were children.
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Friday, June 15, 2018

Medical Debt? Learn How We Can Help!


It is—perhaps—the worst kept secret in the U.S. today that we are, as a people, in financial distress. The idea of living paycheck to paycheck is very familiar to many of us. Often, it is difficult to manage unexpected bills that accompany an automobile injury.
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Friday, September 15, 2017

Bumper To Bumper Collisions


What to know about your injury from a “low impact” rear end collision.

 

So you were injured in a rear end collision and the insurance adjuster says “due to the lack of vehicle damage we have determined that you couldn’t have been hurt that bad so we have already determined the value of your injury claim to be no more than $2,500.00.” “But my medical bills are more than that and I’m still hurting” you say in response. “That’s because you probably had some degenerative conditions that aren’t our responsibility” is the likely response and then the conversation goes nowhere.
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Friday, June 30, 2017

July 4th Safety


The Fourth of July weekend is a time for Americans to celebrate the nation’s birth with family and friends with summer fun, fireworks, and barbecues. Millions of people will take to the roadways over this holiday weekend to get to their loved ones. According to a AAA survey, there will be over 37 million drivers this holiday. That is a 2.9 percent increase since just last year.
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