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September 2017 Archives

What can I do when a family member dies in a car accident?

When a loved one dies in car accident in Georgia, it may hard for you to come to terms with the situation. Whether they were the breadwinner or a contributing member of the family, the pain and hardship that often follows in circumstances like yours can be hard for you and your loved ones to manage. You may even feel overwhelmed and confused about how what you should do next. 

Be careful what you say during a DUI stop

It can happen to anyone — you've been at dinner with friends and thought you were careful counting your drinks. You leave the party, confident that you're sober enough to drive, but several blocks later you see the blue lights flashing in your rearview mirror. Are you sure you know how to behave during a DUI stop? What if the police officer asks you questions and you don't know how to answer?

What are the penalties for underage drinking?

Underage drinking in Georgia is a dangerous activity. Any teen who drinks, attempts to purchase or buys the substance can be charged as a minor in possession (MIP). Many teens who are over the age of 18 and under the age of 21 feel that they are grown enough to drink and hang out with their friends. They do not realize that their bodies are still developing and not capable of handling alcohol like older adults. They are also less likely to drink responsibly. 

Child injuries and car accidents

Many people do not think much about children and car accidents in Atlanta until they are involved one. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, emergency rooms treat approximately 150 young car accident victims every hour. Many other kids sustain life-threatening injuries or die in those accidents. 

Slip-and-fall accidents at school

Now that autumn is almost here in Atlanta, one issue that parents should take some time to think about is slip-and-fall accidents that happen in school. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year, hospitals treat almost 2.8 million children for nonfatal fall injuries. Not all children are fortunate enough to survive their accidents. Some slip-and-fall incidents that happen in school zones result in brain trauma and death. 

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