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Blog Posts in September, 2013

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  • Did Your Own Actions or Omissions Contribute to a Spinal Cord Injury? You May Still Be Able to Recover from Other Responsible Parties
    Did Your Own Actions or Omissions Contribute to a Spinal Cord Injury? You May Still Be Able to Recover from Other Responsible Parties

    Spinal cord injuries can be costly. Between 12,000 and 20,000 new spinal cord injuries are reported every year. Spinal cord injuries can result in temporary or permanent paralysis and even death. The ...

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  • Knowing the Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injury can Reduce the Likelihood of Permanent Neurological Damage
    Knowing the Signs and Symptoms of Spinal Cord Injury can Reduce the Likelihood of Permanent Neurological Damage

    In recent years, the number of injuries and deaths caused by spinal cord injury has increased. Presently, there are approximately 200,000 individuals living with a spinal cord injury in the United ...

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  • Recent Deaths Highlight the Need for Greater Awareness Regarding Spinal Cord Injuries Among Student Athletes
    Recent Deaths Highlight the Need for Greater Awareness Regarding Spinal Cord Injuries Among Student Athletes

    This summer, 16 year old De’Antre Turman died after fracturing his third vertebra during a football scrimmage at an Atlanta area high school. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, ...

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  • According to a Recent Poll, the Majority of Georgians Support Tort Reform
    According to a Recent Poll, the Majority of Georgians Support Tort Reform

    Two-thirds of Georgia voters believe tort reform is necessary. According to a recent poll released by Patients for Fair Compensation, two-thirds of Georgia voters believe that the state’s tort system ...

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  • Georgia Department of Public Safety Participates in Brake Safety Week
    Georgia Department of Public Safety Participates in Brake Safety Week

    The Georgia Department of Public Safety’s Motor Carrier Compliance Division (MCCD) took part in a national campaign aimed at bringing attention to brake safety. Last week, the Georgia Department of ...

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  • Trial Set in Case Against Owner and Managers of Company Linked to 2009 Salmonella Outbreak
    Trial Set in Case Against Owner and Managers of Company Linked to 2009 Salmonella Outbreak

    Last week, a federal Judge in Georgia set a trial date for four individuals facing criminal charges in connection with a 2009 salmonella outbreak that caused nine deaths and made hundreds of ...

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