Monthly Archives: July 2013
A hot summer afternoon at the pool offers rest and relaxation perfect for the season — cool water, a relaxing chaise chair, and a cold glass of lemonade by your side. However, pleasure of a pool must be coupled with prudence in swimming pool safety due to the risks of drowning , near drowning and spinal … Continue Reading
Amputees in the 21st century have come a long way from the image of the peg leg pirate and the dull, heavy prosthetic leg of even a few years ago. Increasingly, technological advances in prosthetic replacements for amputated arms, legs, feet and hands promise to exceed the Bionic Woman and Six Million Dollar Man TV … Continue Reading
In the summer we all want to spend more time outdoors. One of my favorite outdoor activities is bicycle riding. As an Atlanta personal injury and wrongful death lawyer and occasional cyclist, I can’t help viewing the risks of injury along with the benefits of exercise.
Maybe that is why most of my biking is on … Continue Reading
Injuries to children are going to happen. In fact, according to the CDC, injury treatment is the leading cause of medical spending for children equaling about $11.5 billion in the United States. A serious injury to a minor child touches the heart more than a comparable injury to an adult. Because young children lack the … Continue Reading
As we ramp up capacity to handle more and larger cases of wrongful death and catastropic personal injury, and prepare to move into new office space in the Buckhead area of Atlanta later in the summer, I am pleased to welcome two new staff members:
Ashley Lane – senior paralegal, office manager, COO and CFO. Ashley … Continue Reading