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Blog Posts in July, 2015

  • How to Protect Yourself in a Car Accident

    || 31-Jul-2015

    When you are seeking to protect yourself in the event of a car accident, there is a lot more to consider than just your physical safety. With issues such as liability and insurance coverage to think through, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed when trying to figure out how to remain financially sound after a wreck. The good news is that making sure that you are protected financially isn’t ...
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  • Why Drivers Need Uninsured/Underinsured Coverage

    || 28-Jul-2015

    In Georgia, it is illegal to drive without insurance. Despite this, over 10% of drivers in the state are uninsured according to the Insurance Research Council. Additionally, many more drivers only carry the minimum insurance and can be considered underinsured in major accidents. Drivers in Georgia are only required to carry liability insurance. Since insurance rates are usually more expensive for ...
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  • Five Warning Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

    || 21-Jul-2015

    With more than a million Americans living in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, elder abuse is serious concern. Nursing home abuse can take a variety of forms, from physical abuse to financial exploitation. As elders lose their physical and mental acuity, they also lose their ability to defend themselves against abusers. As a result, it’s vital to be aware of the potential ...
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  • Four Things to Know After a Truck Accident

    || 14-Jul-2015

    After being injured in a truck accident, you might feel like you should be compensated for your lost wages, medical fees, and general pain and suffering. Truck accidents are unlike car accidents, which sometimes only involve one other individual and their insurance company. Instead, truck collisions typically involve large trucking companies that will fight your claim aggressively. Before ...
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