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Keeping Atlanta Infants and Toddlers Safe from Collision Injuries

According to an article in Pediatrics and Child Health, restraint systems in cars can actually endanger children since seat belts are designed for the adult body.  Parents should use car seats to keep infants, toddlers, and even young children safe while in the car. Airbags are also dangerous to children, which is why parents are advised…

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Types of Treatment for Burn Injuries

Over the years, we’ve helped several clients that have suffered from horrific burns – either in their homes, their apartments or at work. The American Burn Association estimates approximately 486,000 people a year sustain burn injuries that require medical treatment. And each year, 40,000 people require hospitalization due to a variety of burn injuries – 30,000 of…

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How are burn injuries classified?

Over the years, we’ve helped several clients that have suffered from horrific burns – either in their homes, their apartments or at work. The American Burn Association estimates approximately 486,000 people a year sustain burn injuries that require medical treatment. And each year, 40,000 people require hospitalization due to a variety of burn injuries –…

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Types of Burn Injuries

Over the years, we’ve helped several clients that have suffered from horrific burns – either in their homes, their apartments or at work. The American Burn Association estimates approximately 486,000 people a year sustain burn injuries that require medical treatment. Each year, 40,000 people require hospitalization due to a variety of burn injuries – 30,000 of…

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Knee Injury on the job?

You’re on the job carrying some tools from your work truck to an air conditioning unit you need to finish repairs.  And then it happens – a loud popping noise. Your right knee has given way and you’re suddenly laying on the gravel driveway in pain. Is this a Workers’ Compensation claim? The answer is…

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Shoulder Injury on the Job?

Shoulder Injuries on the job can occur from a worker doing a repetitive job, process, or operation on an assembly line, or from lifting heavy or bulky objects – especially if the job involves overhead lifting. The shoulder is composed of three bones: Clavicle (collar bone) Scapula (shoulder blade) Humerus (upper arm bone) For the shoulder to…

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