Thousands of employees suffer injuries on the job every year. It is unfortunate that some industries are more dangerous than others, and their employees risk bodily harm every day. After seeking the neccessary medical attention you should get into contact with an experienced Savannah, GA workers’ compensation lawyer for legal counsel and possible representation if … Continue reading Georgia Worker Injury Statistics and Prevention
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There has recently been a spike in pedestrian deaths in the state of Georgia. It’s vital for pedestrians to exercise care when walking near traffic and to know their rights in the event a motorist injures them. It’s also important to understand the laws for pedestrian safety in the state. State law requires drivers to … Continue reading Pedestrian Safety in Georgia
When you need medical care, it’s good to have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your hospital holds itself to a high standard of care and carries a commitment to patient safety. The Hospital Safety Score system provides consumers with information about the hospitals in their areas. The ranking system accounts for 30 … Continue reading Safest Hospitals in Georgia
Fatality rates in teen car accidents have dropped steadily since the 1970s, yet this demographic is still three times more likely to crash per mile than adults. If your teen is involved in an accident that was caused by the negligence of someone else, contact an experienced Savannah auto accident lawyer for legal help. Though … Continue reading How to Help Your Teen Be a Safer Driver
Biking can be a wonderful way to exercise—not to mention a way to save money on gas and help the environment. But exercising proper safety precautions on the road is just as important as knowing how to ride a bike. Keep safe by obeying Georgia’s bike rules and following some basic precautions. Know the Law … Continue reading Safe Bike Riding on Georgia’s Roadways
Before you pack the car and head off on summer vacation, consider how to keep your family safe on the road. Car accidents are a leading cause of death and injury in the United States, jeopardizing the well-being of your loved ones. According to recent data from the U.S. Department of Transportation, summer is actually … Continue reading Summer Driving Safety Tips
Car accidents result in thousands of Americans being injured or losing there life each year. As the world around us becomes smarter, the number of distractions around us increase, leading to more road collisions. Congress recently completed the Second Strategic Highway Research Program Naturalistic Study, in which 3,500 drivers agreed to direct observation to determine the … Continue reading What Are the Most Common Driver Distractions?
Each year, Americans are at higher risk for death or injury because of medication errors. One report found that 1,400 medications were used on accident between 2003 and 2006. Sometimes this is pharmaceutical error, since many medications look and sound alike. In other cases, overworked nurses dispense medications to the wrong room. If you or … Continue reading How to Avoid Dangerous Medication Errors
You may feel in control while handling the tools in your garage, but many tools pose unexpected threats to your safety. Some consumers fail to realize the dangers of typical tools or overestimate their ability to operate them safely. Tool related accidents can result in amputation, puncture wounds, brain injury, broken bones, burn injury, and even … Continue reading How Dangerous Are the Tools in Your Garage?
Auto accidents of all types and severities are devastating. Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accident, truck accidents, bike accidents, and bus accidents all have the potential to be extremely dangerous. When preventable driver negligence results in the serious injury or death of a child, however, the accident is even more traumatic. Children are at the greatest … Continue reading Overview of Child Passenger Automobile Safety in Georgia