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How a personal injury can affect your employment

Unfortunately, accidents do not only occur while you are at work. You can seriously injure yourself in many different places and ways. While in the emergency room or hospital, you will probably think about the work you are missing and the wages you are losing rather...

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How to avoid claiming fault after a car accident

Being involved in a car accident can be a stressful and overwhelming experience. In Georgia, you need to handle the aftermath of a car accident carefully, particularly when it comes to assigning fault. By understanding the steps to take and how to protect yourself,...

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4 dangerous driving behaviors of truckers

Being hit by a truck is almost always traumatic given the speed, force and weight behind these oversized vehicles. Unfortunately, truck driver error and negligence can cause devastating injuries and fatalities for the unsuspecting motorist. While you cannot prevent a...

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The long-term complications of whiplash

In a motor vehicle accident, the force of the collision can force your head to jerk back and forth, resulting in severe neck injuries, including whiplash. The rapid back-and-forth motion can damage ligaments, nerves, muscles and bones in your neck. While minor...

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What damages can car accident victims receive?

If you were a victim of a serious car accident, you deserve support to help you as you recover. Depending on your situation, filing a lawsuit could enable you to receive adequate compensation. These damages can cover many hardships, including helping you pay medical...

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Is there more than one type of distracted driving?

A car accident can result in injuries that affect all aspects of your life. Following a serious collision, you may become unable to go back to work, care for family members or participate in activities you used to enjoy. In 2020, according to the Centers for Disease...

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