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October 2013 Archives

Brain injury and the impact on children

When an individual in Georgia suffers from a traumatic brain injury there are many variables involved that can change that individual's life in numerous ways. A brain injury often presents problems to more than the individual alone. Family and friends are also greatly impacted. Understanding brain injuries and the law that surrounds them is important for those who are looking to move forward.

Semi-truck accident kills Georgia woman

Driving a semi-truck is very different from driving any other type of vehicle. Semi drivers are required to pass a special test in order to obtain their license. A semi-truck is inherently more dangerous than an everyday vehicle because of its sheer size and weight. Because of these dangers, semi-truck drivers must operate their trucks with caution and special care in order to protect others while on the road.

Government shutdown impacts auto recalls

An auto recall exists to ensure the public's safety. When the government comes across a product that could be unsafe, they pressure manufacturers to recall the product and make the situation safer. After the recall has been announced, individuals are typically able to bring their vehicle to the manufacturer and get the problem fixed, free of charge.

Recovering from a Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury significantly impacts the lives of the individual suffering the ailment, as well as the family and friends who support that individual. The road to recovery may not be an easy one, but with determination some are able to fight back and beat the odds.

Semi accident takes the life of one Georgia man

An accident that occurs with a semi truck is much more dangerous than an accident between two cars or trucks. A semi truck carries with it an incredible amount of weight. That weight becomes a hard force to stop in the event of an accident and can prove particularly dangerous.

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