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Wrong Way Driver is Killed on I-85 in DeKalb County in Crash with Truck

Wrong way drivers pose a massive hazard on the roads of metro Atlanta. Recently, police reported on another fatal accident involving a wrong way driver in which a 27-year-old Gwinnett County man was killed early Saturday as he drove northbound in the southbound lanes of I-85 in DeKalb County. Police said the driver hit an […]

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Congress Puts More Strains on Social Security Disability

I help many people apply for social security disability. It’s a difficult task because there are many factors that the Social Security Administration (SSA) will use to turn down your application. I have written in the past about how much harder it may become in future to receive social security as funds run dry. It […]

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Driver Who Was Eating a Cheeseburger is Cited for Distracted Driving in Marietta

We hear a lot about distracted driving in this era of smart technology. However, the offending devices are usually smart phones. A man from Georgia made headlines this week when he said he was cited by police outside Atlanta for eating a cheeseburger while driving. Madison Turner is from Alabama. He told the Atlanta station […]

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Jury Awards $3.7 Million Over Sex Assault at Georgia Dental Clinic

We have a right to expect not to be harmed when we visit a dentist but this was not the case at a practice in Fulton County where a woman was sexually assaulted while under anesthesia. This month a jury awarded $3.7 million in damages to a woman who was sexually assaulted while she under […]

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Cobb County Sheriff Undergoes Post Car Crash Surgery 18 Months After Wreck

The announcement this week by Cobb Sheriff Neil Warren on Facebook that he would be undergoing surgery, highlights how a car accident can cause complications many months afterwards. At the time I wrote about a serious car accident in which the sheriff was involved in. He referred to the serious accident in a post on […]

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