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May 2016 Archives

Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month promotes sharing the road

The onset of spring in Georgia coincides with the onset of motorcycle riding season. So, perhaps it is no coincidence that the month of May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is promoting the safety awareness campaign with a “Share the Road” effort.

Can debunking "myths" lead to fewer motorcycle collisions?

Our Georgia readers may have seen a previous post here that discussed the merits of mandatory helmet laws and whether or not they play a significant role in reducing the number of fatalities or severe injuries that motorcyclists suffer when they are involved in accidents. As that post noted, that debate has been ongoing and intense, and it isn't likely to go away any time soon. But, a recent article did bring up a few so-called "myths" regarding motorcycle safety that may surprise some of our readers -- both motorcyclists and regular motorists.

The various reasons for an elder abuse claim in Georgia

When Georgia residents think of elder abuse, they probably envision a particularly evil individual who beats or otherwise mistreats an elderly resident of a nursing home. While that would certainly fall within the category of elder abuse, there are many other ways that an elderly Georgia resident could be subject to abuse or neglect.

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