Brunswick Law Blog - Part 10
14 Mar 2014

Georgia Part of Nationwide Campaign Against Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving: Sobering Statistics: While we all understand that we shouldn’t text and drive, it is only when you see the statistics that the true extent of this epidemic becomes clear. According to the National Safety Council, 23 percent of car crashes are caused by...

1 Mar 2014

Georgia’s “10-Day Rule”: After a DUI Arrest, You Have to Act Fast

If you have been charged with driving under the influence in Georgia, there are a number of serious long-term consequences that can follow if you’re convicted. Fines, jail time, increased insurance rates, damage to your career and reputation all hang in the balance. In...

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17 Feb 2014

“Low T,” High Risk: Concerns Grow About Harmful Effects of Testosterone Therapy

FDA Investigating Heart Attack and Stroke Risk From “Low-T” Therapy. If Ponce de Leon was looking for the fountain of youth today, he wouldn’t go to Florida; he’d head to his doctor’s office for testosterone replacement therapy. However, recent studies showing that treatments for so-called...

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