The days of car safety are likely a lot different than they were when you were a child, but over time these increased safety regulations have improved the lives of kids and their parents. Fortunately, child safety seat usage is near 100% in Georgia, but until that number is a perfect 100 there will … [Read more...] about Child Safety Seat Usage is Near 100% in Georgia: Follow These Seat Guidelines
Motorcycle enthusiasts love the way that their bikes allow them to experience the roads in a unique way than a typical passenger vehicle. But the unfortunate truth is that driving a motorcycle makes you 12 times more likely to be involved in a fatality accident than one just involving passenger … [Read more...] about Motorcycle Collision Fatalities on a Constant Rise in Atlanta
According to the National Floor Safety Institute, there are over one million visits to the hospital emergency room each year due to slip and fall injuries. Slip and falls can be particularly hazardous for older people and is the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries, per the Centers for … [Read more...] about What Is a Business’ Responsibility When an Elderly Person Slips and Falls?
If you’ve been in a major accident, no one can prepare you for how difficult life can be post-accident. While you may expect that you’ll need time for your injuries to heal, you might not have thought about how much time you would need to take off work to rest or attend physical or occupational … [Read more...] about Can Lost Wages Ever Be Recovered?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that one in six Americans becomes sick from food borne illnesses every year. These food-borne illnesses are typically caused by bacteria and viruses, but they may also be caused by a parasite or harmful chemicals. Food borne illness, or … [Read more...] about Protecting Yourself from Food Borne Illnesses
September is the most active month during hurricane season, and those who live in the path of the storm should always be prepared to make a quick evacuation. Not only should they be ready to make a quick exit, but they should also be prepping their house for any inclement weather that heads their … [Read more...] about Getting Your House Ready for Hurricane Season
Motorcycles are enthusiastically enjoyed by their drivers and passengers alike, and to their fans there is nothing better than hitting the open road on a big bike. However, driving a motorcycle can be risky if the motorcyclist isn’t taking the proper precautions to ensure their safety on the … [Read more...] about Check Out These Motorcycle Collision Statistics in Georgia
You have to rely on a commercial vehicle to be able to do two things well: Stop and go. To encourage safe driving practices for commercial truck drivers, the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance has established a Brake Safety Week from September 16-22 this year to identify and remove CMV’s with … [Read more...] about Check Those Brakes! Brake Safety Week