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A Growing Concern: The At-Risk Adult

AT-RISK ADULTS Do you ever worry about the neighbor who looks disheveled and disoriented the few times that he comes out of his home? Do you wonder about the number of caregivers that come and go from ...
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Uber Part One: "A Safe Ride Home"

This is Part One of Two blogs devoted to issues pertaining to ride sharing companies operating in Atlanta. PART ONE: “A SAFE RIDE HOME” This is Uber’s brand message. “A safe ...
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Tragedy in Miami: Who is to blame?

TRAGEDY AT FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY On March 15, 2018, the pedestrian bridge being installed to connect Florida International University (FIU) and the city of Sweetwater collapsed onto traffic ...
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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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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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The Chattanooga School Bus Tragedy

A TRAGEDY FORESHADOWED On November 21, 2016, a school bus carrying 37 students from Woodmore Elementary School in Chattanooga, Tennessee, careened off a narrow, residential road—not the bus ...
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The Weed Watershed

A CHANGING ATTITUDE, A CHANGING NATION Lost in the drama of the presidential election was the fact that five states had an issue on their ballots that may be a game-changer in those states and in the ...
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New Rule Opens Access to Courts

A CHOICE BETWEEN CARE AND THE COURTS A nursing home resident falls and hits her head due to poor lighting in a hallway. The resident slips into a coma from the traumatic brain injury and dies. Her ...
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Technology Series No. #2: Drones

The first installment in our September series "Technology and the Law" examined driverless cars and Uber's Pittsburgh Project (see: blog published Sept. 8). This second installment ...
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Swimming Pools: The Danger in our Backyards

SWIMMING POOLS: THE DANGER IN OUR BACKYARDS Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and with it the usual warnings about congested highways, peak travel times, and the dangers associated with speeding, ...
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The Orange Barrels are Back

THE ORANGE BARRELS ARE BACK Spring means many things: warmer weather, opening day in baseball, grass growing and flowers blooming, and...road construction resuming. Yes, those orange barrels are back, ...
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The Hazards of Home Improvement

"DIY" OFTEN MEANS "IY"-- INJURE YOURSELF It is the time of year when many people undertake home improvement projects. With the arrival of spring, a lot of homeowners decide it is ...
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Autonomous Vehicles: Changing the Legal Landscape

THE COSTS OF DRIVING When talking about the costs associated with that most American form of transportation, driving an automobile, we most often think of the price of gasoline, the cost of auto ...
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The Distracted Pedestrian

A DISTURBING TREND From the 1970s to 2000, pedestrian deaths as a percentage of motor vehicle fatalities declined steadily. But from 2009 to the present, pedestrian fatalities have increased by 15% to ...
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Big Rigs and Big Accidents

BIG RIGS AND BIG ACCIDENTS Approximately 5,000 people die every year and thousands more are are injured in the U.S. in accidents with semi-trucks and 18 wheelers. Most of these fatalities are the ...
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Extreme Winter Sports and Traumatic Brain Injury

PUSHING THE LIMITS... In our continuing series on Winter Sports TBI Awareness Month, the world of Extreme Winter Sports is certainly an important topic. Extreme winter sports have gained in ...
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Winter Sports TBI Awareness Month

WINTER SPORTS TBI AWARENESS MONTH Winter. Frozen lakes and snowy hills provide the playgrounds used for recreational and competitive sports such as ice skating, skiing, sledding, snowboarding and ...
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Revising Our Christmas List

WHAT REALLY NEEDS TO BE ON OUR CHRISTMAS LIST It is all over the news. It dominates the political debate and the upcoming election cycle. It has Congress passing new legislation. It has journalists ...
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Food at the Holidays: Be Careful What You Eat

THE DRAMATIC INCREASE IN FOOD ALLERGIES According to a study released in 2013 by the Centers for Disease Control, the number of children with food allergies increased by 50% from 1997-2011. Food ...
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Safest and Deadliest Ways to Travel

TRAGEDY IN SINAI PENINSULA It happened again: another plane crash with horrific images of debris flashing across our television screens and all forms of social media. Grief-stricken loved ones arrived ...
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Homecoming Turns Deadly

HOMECOMING TURNS DEADLY As hundreds of Oklahoma State University fans lined the streets to watch the annual homecoming day parade, a car suddenly drove through police barricades and plowed directly ...
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High School Football Players Are Dying: Why?

THE MOST DANGEROUS SPORT Tyrell Cameron, a sixteen year old football player from Franklin Parish, Louisiana, died from a hard tackle that appears to have caused a broken neck. Ben Hamm, a junior ...
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Back to school and back on the bus: A look at school bus accidents

SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORTATION-RELATED ACCIDENTS It is that time of year: back to school. While parents are typically glad that their children are back in the classroom, many worry about how to get them to ...
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