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New Georgia Bill Says Teen Drivers Under 18 Don’t Need Adult Passenger To Drive

New legislation could revise a decades-old law, changing the requirements for teenage drivers.

4/26/2022 0
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What Are The Common Causes of Rideshare Accidents? Uber Accidents & Lyft Accidents

Ridesharing has become increasingly popular, offering an efficient way for Americans to get around.

4/5/2022 0
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6 Ways to Stay Safe this Summer

Drowning is the leading cause of death in children from one to fourteen years of age, according to reports.

6/18/2020 0
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Cancer Risks Connected to Zantac | What is Zantac?

April 1, 2020, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requested manufacturers of Zantac to take all medications containing ranitidine off the market.

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8 Essential Boat Safety Tips

Find out how to avoid boat accidents this summer with our 8 essential boat safety tips.

5/20/2020 0
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6 Reasons Why You Should Wear Your Seat Belt | Car Crash Tips

Using a seat belt reduces your risk of dying in a car accident by 45 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

5/15/2020 0
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3 Reasons Not to Accept First Car Accident Injury Settlement Post Covid

Some accident victims are accepting lower settlements because they are feeling anxious. Find out how to avoid this and get the compensation you deserve.

4/10/2020 0
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Can Whiplash Cause a Brain Injury?

Though whiplash is a neck injury, the quick back and forth movement of the head can sometimes cause significant damage to the brain. Find out how.

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