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How to Deal with At-fault Drivers Who Are Lying in Georgia

May 23, 2017 | Millar & Mixon, LLC at-fault drivers lying

Some Georgia motorists who cause car accidents will say anything to try to talk their way out of being held responsible. The driver may make a false statement about how the accident occurred or give the police officer a questionable account of…

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Memorial Day 2017: 39.3 Million Drivers Expected

May 18, 2017 | Dell Mosley

This year, AAA predicts over 12.2% of the U.S. population will hit the road for the coming Memorial Day Holiday. The odds of getting into a motor vehicle accident increase and with that, the chances of life altering injuries as…

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Are Car Accidents Responsible for Traumatic Brain Injuries?

May 17, 2017 | Bruce Millar

A traumatic brain injury is one of the worst types of injuries that a person can suffer. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that traumatic brain injury, or TBI, is a major cause of death and disability…

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Helping Your Child Prevent a Dog Attack

May 12, 2017 | Bruce Millar

It’s been several months since the city of Atlanta has had a gruesome dog attack make the news, but odds are that it will happen again. As is often the case in dog bite attacks, the victim will likely be…

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Atlanta Sports Events Causing Drunk Driving Accidents?

May 4, 2017 | Christin Calloway

With so many great games to watch, regardless if you are at the game or watching it from home, we want you to be safe. Atlanta United game-days are full of fun things to do with your family and friends….

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Dog Bites on the Rise in Georgia

May 1, 2017 | Bruce Millar Dog Bite Bacterias

Earlier this year, a five year old girl and six-year old boy were attacked and critically injured by three pitbulls in Atlanta, GA who managed to escape through an opening in their owner’s fence. Tragically, the six year old boy succumbed…

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Postal Service Continues Dog Bite Awareness Campaign

April 24, 2017 | Christin Calloway

Postal Service Continues Dog Bite Awareness Campaign The United States Postal Service continues its tradition of bringing attention to dog bites and just wrapping up its campaign to fight back and spread awareness of the dangers of dog bites. The…

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Long-Term Effects of Injuries Caused by Georgia Car Accidents

March 21, 2017 | Millar & Mixon, LLC Georgia car accident lawyer

Any emergency room doctor can tell you that there are common injuries in a car accident, the kind produced when tons of metal collide at high speeds. ER staff in Georgia have a lot of experience in this area: There…

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Can You Rupture Your Spleen in a Georgia Car Accident?

March 16, 2017 | Millar & Mixon, LLC emergency ruptured spleen car accident lawyer

What can you expect from a car accident? Nothing good. The first question you ask when you learn about a crash involving a friend or loved one is, “Was anyone hurt?” Simply put, humans are not designed for high-speed collisions…

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Common Atlanta, GA Car Accident Injuries

February 16, 2017 | Bruce Millar modified comparative negligence

Like to gamble? Even if you don’t, every time you climb into a car in the Atlanta area, you gamble with your health. Consider that in 2013 the number of people injured in Georgia traffic accidents was 116,458, more than…

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