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More deaths on Georgia roadways


Most of our readers would probably think that with the advances in automotive safety technology that the number of injuries and deaths that occur on the highways and roads throughout the country would most likely be on the decline. Unfortunately, in Georgia at least, that is not the case.

What are "bedsores"?


Any of our Georgia readers who have been in a medical facility have probably heard doctors and nurses express concerns about "bedsores." Bedsores are of particular concern with elderly patients, or patients who are suffering from some type of injury or illness that limits their mobility. But what exactly are "bedsores"? Why are they such a concern, and how can they have a negative effect on medical patients?

What are the different types of broken bones?

Most motorcyclists in Georgia are experienced riders who take every precaution to avoid being involved in a motorcycle accident. However, the reality is that in many of these accidents the fault doesn't lie with the motorcyclist - another negligent driver is the cause. When a person is involved in a motorcycle accident there is the potential that they will suffer catastrophic injuries, or at the very least broken bones.

Basing a lawsuit on defective auto parts


The majority of lawsuits based on car accidents are usually founded on a driver's negligence behind the wheel. The negligent driver can be held accountable for their behavior, especially if it results in an auto accident that leads to serious injuries or even fatalities. But what if the accident wasn't due to a driver who was negligent? What if there was a defect in one of the cars involved, and that led directly to the accident? In that type of case, a lawsuit may be brought against the vehicle manufacturer.

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