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When an individual suffers an unanticipated injury, it may result in intense pain, periods off work, extraordinary medical expenses and other hardships. Those who suffer these adverse consequences may have a right to pursue a personal injury claim or lawsuit to receive compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Because we know that those injured by the carelessness of others usually do not have legal training, our Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys have endeavored to provide information on a range of issues regarding legal claims and available remedies. Although we discuss an extremely broad spectrum of topics, we know that you may have concerns about your specific case. We invite you to contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Atlanta, Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers.

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High Numbers of Pedestrians are Dying in the United States

July 06, 2020

USA- Pedestrians are dying in high numbers throughout the United States, according to GPBNEWS.ORG. In 2018, the numbers hit their highest point in about three decades, leading to concerns over the safety of American roadways. Many of these incidents are taking place in the nation’s larger cities. Miami and Houston have seen increases in fatal pedestrian crashes.

Proposed Elderly Care Bill in Georgia Will Increase Regulations at Nursing Homes

June 25, 2020

GEORGIA- writes that a bill was recently introduced in Georgia that is aimed at increasing the regulations at nursing homes and similar facilities. The proposed law is a response to the tragic outbreak of coronavirus, which hit long-term care facilities particularly hard. If passed, facilities will have to comply with new and stricter reporting standards.*

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

June 19, 2020

USA- writes that the World Health Administration (WHO) and The International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse began World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, designated June 15th, in order to raise public awareness about elder abuse. 

Georgia COVID-19 Cases Rise

June 17, 2020

GEORGIA- writes that Georgia is not done battling the outbreak of the coronavirus. The number of new cases increased this week as well as last week. Some counties are seeing spikes and new outbreak clusters.*

Cyclist Safety in Florida

June 14, 2020

ORLANDO, FL- Cyclist safety is a major concern in the Sunshine State. Approximately sixteen percent of all cyclist deaths in the U.S. occurred in Florida in 2017. That year, 783 people were tragically killed while on bikes nationally, and 125 were in Florida. 

Pedestrian Crashes on the Rise in Georgia

June 11, 2020

GEORGIA-   Pedestrian fatalities are on the rise throughout the state of Georgia, according to RIDESAFEGEORGIA.ORG. Numbers indicate that in just a three-year period between 2014 and 2017, the number of pedestrians tragically killed in traffic accidents in the state rose from 163 to 253.* 

Factors That Lead to Daytime Pedestrian Accidents

June 11, 2020

FLORIDA- writes that pedestrian crashes are increasing nationally and it is important for drivers and pedestrians alike to use caution in an effort to prevent these tragedies. While nighttime pedestrian crashes are often the result of poor visibility, many pedestrian crashes also take place in broad daylight.*

Dangerous Game Putting Kids at Risk on Georgia Roads

June 10, 2020

CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA- writes that police are warnings parents in Cherokee County about a dangerous game that teens have been engaging in throughout the area. The game, called "nerf wars," can lead to reckless driving that puts the participants and others on the road in potential danger.*

Washington, DC to Lower Speed Limit

June 10, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC- The speed limit in Washington, DC has been reduced to just twenty miles per hour in an effort to reduce pedestrian deaths in the city, according to WASHINGTONIAN.COM. The former default speed limit was 25 miles per hour, but as of this summer, the new limit is in effect.*

Boat Safety Tips in Georgia

May 27, 2020

ALBANY, GA- writes that the boating season is gearing up in Georgia and with so many people heading out on the water, it is important that everyone remember to practice safe boating habits. A spokesperson for Georgia Power offered boaters some advice on how to stay safe while enjoying the state’s waterways.*

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