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January 9, 2011

New Outdoor Recreation Attraction Leads to Lawsuit

The following brief article is very relevant for all of you that enjoy spending Atlanta’s winter months at ski resorts. Besides skiing and snowboarding, there is a new trend is ski resort recreation called a “zorbing.” A zorb is a giant plastic ball in which a passenger gets inside and […]
January 6, 2011

Driving Safety Tips for the Winter

As you know, winter is here, and with it, comes all of that horrible weather that can make driving conditions dangerous. Sure, in Atlanta, winters don’t get so treacherous, but in order to be a responsibile driver you still need to take all proper safety precautions. You really never know […]
January 1, 2011

9 Skiing and Snowboarding Tips to Observe This Winter

Although it may not seem to be the case, skiing and snowboarding are pretty popular here in Atlanta. If you ever decide to hit the slopes yourself, here are some pieces of advice to keep in mind so that you don’t become the victim of a skiing injury, and end […]
December 14, 2010

Safety Advice For the Construction Worker

As you probably know, working in the construction field is one of the most hands-on and dangerous jobs there is.  Since there is so much risk of injury involved in your work, it’s vital that you take all necessary precautions when you’re out on the site. It might be a […]
November 29, 2010

9 Important Steps to Follow When You’re in a Car Accident

Imagine that moments ago, you were involved in a car accident. In all the commotion, it’s understandable that you’re unable to think clearly. If you’ve had alcohol, this has severely reduce your chances of thinking on your toes, but it most definitely increased your chances of the accident. It should […]
September 21, 2010

Tips For Bicycle Safety

With the ever-growing need to keep our air clean, and conserve more resources, bicycling has become an increasingly popular way to get around, in recent years.  Although the bicycle has been in existence for over a century, people have only recently started to view it as sport, as well as […]
September 21, 2010

150,000 Construction-related Injuries Every Year

“PHOENIX, AZ, April 02, 2010 /24-7 PressRelease/ — Accidents at construction sites are, unfortunately, common occurrences across the U.S. The Department of Labor estimates that more than 150,000 construction-related injury accidents happen every year. The numbers are not surprising, of course. Construction is an industry full of many different kinds […]
June 1, 2010

Do’s and Dont’s For Car Accident Victims

Whether the cause is cell phone use, drunk driving, falling asleep at the wheel, or just plain inexperience, car accidents remain the leading cause of death for people 34 and younger, claiming an astounding 40,000 lives a year in the U.S. Because you are likely to be involved in a […]
April 5, 2010

Collision Avoidance Course for Teenage Drivers

In the United States, automobile accidents are the leading cause of death and serious injuries among teenagers. Inexperience, increased speeds, alcohol and drugs, and distractions from music devices, cell phones and friends all contribute to the staggering number of avoidable accidents that injure and kill our nation’s young people every […]
February 22, 2010

How Driving is Affected When Using A Cell Phone To Text

“The Dangers of Texting While Driving”: How is driving affected when using a cell phone to text? While technology is steadily pushing forward, our laws and legal system are still playing catch up in regards to regulations and safety. Gwinnett is seeing its first vehicular homicide charge for texting while […]
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