Blog Archive - October, 2011


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Montlick & Associates' Athlete of the Week: Week 3

October 31, 2011

Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law recognizes Jermaine Hough of Hampton, Georgia as the Montlick & Associates Athlete of the Week September 9, 2011. Lovejoy High School Free-safety, Jermaine Hough, has high expectations for the Wildcats-win the State Championship. Jermaine is part of a defense that does not let up allowing just 6 total points so far this season. Coach Al Hugh says that Jermaine's play making ability makes him an easy choice for top honors. "It feels great and it means a lot to me. It's going to make me work harder and do bigger things for the team," says Hough.

Montlick & Associates' Athlete of the Week: Week 2

October 31, 2011

Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law honors Mason Hart of South Gwinnett High School as the Montlick & Associates Athlete of the Week September 2, 2011. The student athlete from Snellville, Georgia took the reins as starting quarterback one week before the season opener when projected starter, Jordan Rainey, broke his arm in a preseason scrimmage. Hart proudly made the move from the Comets starting safety to quarterback. He said he can be a vocal leader but isn't afraid to let his actions on the field do the talking either. "I can do both. I like to be vocal on and off the field, and make sure that my guys are focused on everything and ready to go," says Hart. A strong lineage of quarterbacks has come through South Gwinnett over the last decade, and Hart is proud to be the next in line.

Montlick & Associates Announces Its First High School Athlete of the Week for the 2011 Football Season

October 24, 2011

Montlick & Associates, Attorneys at Law recognizes Joseph Rush of Tucker, Georgia as the Montlick & Associates Athlete of the Week August 26, 2011. For Tucker High School defensive end Joseph Rush, being chosen as the Montlick & Associates Athlete of the Week is the result of months of hard work both on and off the field. Rush says, "I honestly think that I've turned myself around. I've become more of a leader to the team. I've worked hard this summer and I definitely think it's paid off." Rush is being recruited by Alabama State, Western Kentucky and a few others, but he is leaning towards a local school right here in Georgia. "Georgia Southern is my number one pick right now, but I still have my options open. Education is big in my household, so I'll let it play itself out come February," says Rush.

DeKalb County Reportedly Considering Repealing Ban on Pit Bulls

October 23, 2011

There is wide disagreement regarding whether pit bulls are inherently dangerous and unsafe animals, or whether they are simple scapegoats for irresponsible dog owners. What is not deniable is that during a five year period from 2004-2009 someone was killed in a pit bull attack approximately every 22 days according to Dogbite.org.

Controversial New Study Finds Women Drivers Cause More Accidents

October 22, 2011

A serious motor vehicle collision with a bicycle in Marietta this past summer left the bicyclist seriously injured and the Milton driver facing charges of DUI and hit and run. The force of the impact when the car crashed into the bicycle caused the bicycle rider to be ejected from the bicycle and suffer serious injuries.

TBI Suffered in Car Accident May Cause Alzheimer's Disease

October 06, 2011

A new study just released by researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and published in Brain Pathology reveals that a single traumatic brain injury (TBI) can cause long-term neurodegeneration like Alzheimer’s disease, even in those who are not of advanced age.

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