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Why Building Codes Matter

THE WORST FIRE IN A CENTURY On June 14, 2017, a 24-story public housing apartment building in London known as Grenfell Tower went up in flames. The inferno resulted in a devastating blaze that killed ...
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When Words Kill

WHEN WORDS KILL This week’s blog is departing from Thomas Law’s personal injury topics to discuss an important verdict in the so-called texting suicide case in Massachusetts. The case, and ...
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Summer Travel Season 2017

INTERNATIONAL V. DOMESTIC TRAVEL The terror attacks in Britain come right at the beginning of the summer travel season and the height of the tourist season in Europe. The attacks may lead to even more ...
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Uber Transports Cargo in Addition to People

UBER GOES TRUCKING Transportation and material moving is the fourth largest employment group in the United States, with 9.73 million workers according to Bureau of Labor statistics. Trucking touches ...
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DUIs and the Graduation Season

GRADUATION SEASON: THE SOBERING STATISTICS It’s the time of year where seniors and their families celebrate the end of one chapter in their lives and the beginning of another. With all the pomp ...
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National Bike Month Part IV: Most Common Accidents

May is National Bike Month and we are dedicating our blogs in the month of May to promoting education, awareness and safety in bicycling. This is Part Four in our series. MOST COMMON TYPE OF BICYCLE ...
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National Bike Month: Part III: Bike to Work

May is National Bike Month, and this is the third blog in our series for the Month: BIKE TO WORK WEEK In the past decade, the number of people commuting to work by bicycle has increased by almost 60%. ...
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National Bike Month Part Two: Bicycling Benefits

May is National Bike Month, and Thomas Law is publishing a 4-part series on bicycling in recognition of this promotion. Today’s blog is the second in the series. THE BENEFITS OF BICYCLING ...
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National Bike Month Part One: Bike Share Programs

May is National Bike Month and Thomas Law will feature a four-part series on the benefits and risks associated with bicycling. BIKE SHARE PROGRAMS: FINALLY HERE Renting bicycles as a means of ...
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Earth Day 2017

MARCH FOR SCIENCE—AND FOR FACT This past weekend, on Saturday, April 22, 2017, Earth Day was celebrated around the world. Here in the United States, the day was headlined by the first-ever March ...
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The Orange Barrels Are Back

IT’S SPRING…AND THE ORANGE BARRELS ARE BACK Yes, those wonderful orange and white barrels on the roads have returned, bringing with them the traffic congestion and accidents that too ...
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Keeping It Safe, Keeping It Real

PROM AND GRADUATION SEASON LINKED TO DUIs Proms and graduations are rites of passage celebrated every spring. They are meant to be and for many people are joyous occasions. But for some, these events ...
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No April Fools'

NO APRIL FOOLS' April showers bring May flowers, or so the saying goes. But the storms that swept through Georgia and the greater part of the South on Monday and Tuesday of this week were not ...
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Underage Drinking and Driving

UNDERAGE DRINKING CAN HAVE SURPRISING CONSEQUENCES In Georgia, as in many states around the country, alcohol-related offenses for minors can often result in a suspension of driving privileges. This is ...
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March Madness of a Different Kind

MARCH MADNESS OF A DIFFERENT KIND March Madness has definitely hit—in the form of bizarre weather—with temperatures swinging from the 70s to the 30s, and precipitation coming in the form ...
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Daylight Saving Time's Deadly Impact

SPRING FORWARD Here we are again, in Daylight Saving Time. We spring forward, trading an hour of sleep for an extra hour of daylight. While many of us appreciate having the sun set an hour later, most ...
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The State of Marijuana in the State of Georgia

SE OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA EXPANDED On March 3, 2017, the Georgia House of Representatives passed HB 65 pertaining to medical marijuana. The bill, which still requires approval by the senate side, ...
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The Ides of March

THE IDES OF MARCH Snow, sleet, freezing rain, rain: take your pick because more than likely you will experience all or almost all of these weather conditions in the month that is upon us. March is the ...
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The Big Tease

THE BIG TEASE The temperatures hover in the delightful range of the 60s-70s. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and people are hitting the trails to bike, run and walk, and …but wait: ...
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The Terror of Terrorism

THE TERROR OF TERRORISM The mood in the country today is anxious, tending toward frightened. We are bombarded by news of terrorist threats and acts around the world. We are confronted with travel ...
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Deception and Invasion

ONLINE SHOPPING: THE RISKS Online shopping has become a part of life. The convenience of shopping via your mobile device paired with in many cases a better selection of goods available online has ...
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Wheels of a Different Kind

WHEELS OF A DIFFERENT KIND In the past decade, the number of people commuting to work by bicycle has increased by almost 60%. This is the largest increase for any commuting mode of transportation ...
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The Age of the Exertexter

THE EXERCISE EXPLOSION It’s January. It’s that time of year again. The holidays are over, and now the sad reality of how much we ate, drank and made merry is upon us. Consequently, many of ...
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Atlanta in the Spotlight

FROM CIVIL RIGHTS TO THE FAR-RIGHT: ATLANTA REMAINS IN THE SPOTLIGHT This week, Congressman John Lewis and President-elect Donald Trump have engaged in a very public war of words over Trump’s ...
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Winter Storm 2017

WINTER STORM 2017 The first week of 2017 already brought the first winter storm of the year. Winter Storm Helena blew into the South on Friday, January 6, 2017 before heading up the East Coast. ...
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