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What is defensive driving?

To stay safe on the road in Georgia, it's not enough to employ safe driving techniques. You'll also have to learn defensive driving techniques that can prevent accidents if another driver makes a mistake. You can't control what other people do, but how you react could...

Challenging your Breathalyzer results after a DUI

DUI charges in Georgia are relatively common, but they are not a matter to take lightly. Even for first-time offenders, the consequences can cause complications and restrictions to privileges for years, on top of the serious fines you must pay if convicted. As soon as...

Pedestrian accidents: Avoiding highway injuries

Imagine having your car die while you're driving it on the highway. Maybe you ran out of gas, a tire blew or the engine just stopped working. Whatever the reason, you're now stranded until help arrives. What should you do to avoid getting into a highway accident?...

How to divorce and not lose your business

Savvy business owners prepare for the inevitable ups and downs any industry must learn to weather. But when it's a family-owned business, one risk for which many are ill-prepared is the threat of a divorce between one of the principal owners and a spouse. With roughly...

2 common defenses against drug crime allegations

No one ever expects to get accused of a drug crime, but if you've been around people who possess or deal in drugs -- or if you live with such individuals -- the chances of being accused of a drug crime increases. If you've been arrested and accused of a drug-related...

Who’s at fault in an interstate pedestrian accident?

Pedestrians and interstates are never a good combination. The vehicles – traveling at speeds in excess of 70 mph – cannot react quickly enough to avoid a pedestrian. The drivers – zoning out to music or having conversations with their passengers – aren't thinking to...

Not all car accident injuries are visible

Imagine driving through Dalton on your daily commute. Unfortunately, a van t-boned your car as you were driving through an intersection. After the accident, you did a quick self-check and did not notice any broken bones or cuts. While you may not have noticed any...

Working through parenting challenges with your ex

Having to work with your ex on matters related to your children isn't always easy, but it is necessary. There are varying degrees of cooperation that parents will have to work though as their children grow. When you and your ex have to work closely together, you need...

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