Blog Archive - August, 2012


13 Articles

Georgia Birth Injury Attorneys, Montlick & Associates, Discuss Recent Victory For All In Birth Injury Case

August 31, 2012

Birth injury cases in this day and age may come as a shock when considering the amount of medical technology advancements today. Birth injury cases have many loopholes that can leave many birth injury children and their parents without legal recourse. However, a recent case in San Louis Obispo, California has given hope to many parents dealing with a child suffering a birth injury as a result of medical malpractice.

Defamation: Protecting Your Reputation from Injury

August 10, 2012

People of all ages are familiar with the children’s chant "sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me." The problem is that words, whether spoken or written, can and do hurt many people causing serious irreparable injury to their professional and business reputation.

New App Designed to Curb Teen Cell Phone Auto Accidents

August 09, 2012

If you are the parent of a teen driver, the issue of text messaging while driving already may have been a subject of discussion between you and your kids. If the subject has not yet come up, it probably should because text messaging while driving is a growing cause of Georgia auto collisions. If your kids are like many that I know, they may seem almost addicted to texting, which can make it difficult to get them to adhere to a no texting while driving policy. Sadly, texting by teens behind the wheel is an increasingly significant danger to teens and young adults as well as other motorist with whom they share the road. Almost half of all teens say that they have been a passenger in a vehicle while another teen driver was texting. Because teen drivers often disregard texting restrictions while driving, a new app offers to take this decision out of their hands by disabling a teen’s cell phone when they are in a motor vehicle.

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