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  • Swimming Pool Safety Tips
    Swimming Pool Safety Tips

    During the summer, many people enjoy spending time with friends and family at the pool. While pool parties can be a lot of fun, they also pose a serious risk to children. Our firm wants you to be ...

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  • Mortality Records in Georgia Indicate Drowning Deaths are Increasing
    Mortality Records in Georgia Indicate Drowning Deaths are Increasing

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) recently studied mortality records from the Department of Public Health over the last seven years in Georgia to determine if swimming pool drownings and other ...

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  • When a Drowning Accident is a Case of Negligence
    When a Drowning Accident is a Case of Negligence

    Drowning accidents are common and tragic. Drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional injury–related death in the world, accounting for 7% of all unintentional deaths worldwide and is the ...

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  • Drowning One of the Deadliest and Most Preventable Accidents
    Drowning One of the Deadliest and Most Preventable Accidents

    The attorneys at Goldstein & Hayes, PC are passionate about fighting for members of the Atlanta community who have been injured by the conduct of others. If you have been injured, call us today for a ...

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  • Swimming Pool Safety Tips
    Swimming Pool Safety Tips

    Goldstein & Hayes, P.C. are consistently ranked as the top personal injury lawyers in Atlanta. Contact us today for a free consultation. Summer vacation has arrived, which means kids across the ...

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  • Ways to Prevent Child Drowning Accidents in Different Environments
    Ways to Prevent Child Drowning Accidents in Different Environments

    Children are at a high risk for drowning accidents, as one in five drowning victims is under the age of 14. Additionally, children aged one to four years have the highest rate of drowning than any ...

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