Takata Airbag Recalls Expand Again

In January, Toyota and Honda recalled more than 1 million additional vehicles in the U.S. after Takata revealed that another 3.3 million inflators are defective. This comes as a continuation of the largest series of automotive recalls in U.S. history. … read more

Should seat belts be added to school buses in Georgia?

The recent Liberty County school bus accident that tragically claimed the life of a child and injured over 20 others begs the question of why Georgia does not require seat belts in our school buses.  There are many opinions about … read more

New treatment for knee injuries can bring pain relief.

Due to the force and trauma of many car accidents, knee injuries are one of the most common forms of injury in crashes. It often leaves our clients with knee fractures, knee dislocation, sprains and strains, and torn cartilage. Although … read more

How to Drive Safely Around Semi-Trucks

Record number cargo volumes were reported in 2017 and make Savannah one of the nation’s most bustling ports in the nation. With this growth and the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, the I-16 corridor will continue to grow more congested with … read more

Is your workplace safe?

Does your employer follow OSHA regulations? OSHA requires all employers to maintain a safe and healthful workplace. These requirements are in place not only to inform employees of potential workplace dangers, but to remind employers to keep up their workspaces. … read more

Good SUV Headlights Can Help Prevent Accidents

It’s the law in Georgia to turn your car’s headlights on when it is dark outside or when there are poor weather conditions (i.e. rain, snow, fog, sleet, smoke, etc.). However even if your headlights are on, the amount of … read more

Think Safety First when Choosing a Vehicle

Think Safety First when Choosing a Vehicle

We recently learned of two separate accidents where persons were hit head on and miraculously survived.  The main reason they did not suffer life-altering injuries is tied to the kind of car they were driving.  This always brings to light … read more

When a Drowning Becomes a Wrongful Death Case

June is Safety Awareness Month and it’s a good time to remind our family members that drowning is the #1 most preventable death in children ages 1-4. According to the Center for Disease Control, there were an average of 3,536 … read more

Inflatable bounce house safety issues take center stage again

It’s the season of warm weather and that always means more outdoor activities: pool parties, picnics, and children’s activities. One activity that continues to cause accidents is bounce houses that are rented for birthday parties and church group outings. Again, … read more