22 Jan 2015

Points for Georgia Moving Violations Can Add Up to Trouble

There are a number of factors you should consider when faced with the choice of contesting or accepting a conviction for a moving violation or other Georgia traffic offense. One of the more significant issues is how a conviction will be reflected on your...

8 Dec 2014

Failing a Breathalyzer Test Doesn’t Mean You’ve Blown It

When you apply for and receive a Georgia driver’s license, you’ve given your “implied consent” to submit to a breath, blood, or urine test if an officer reasonably suspects that you were driving under the influence. You can refuse to take the test and...

8 Nov 2014

Brain Injuries and Other Damage From Forceps Deliveries

For decades, doctors have used forceps to assist them during challenging deliveries. A forceps delivery will typically be considered if the physician is having a difficult time reaching the baby’s head or the mother is exhausted and cannot effectively push the baby out. However,...

8 Sep 2014

Hypoxia – Lack of Oxygen During Childbirth Can Lead to Cerebral Palsy and Severe Brain Damage

When a baby is deprived of oxygen before and/or during delivery, the consequences to the long-term health of the child can be catastrophic. “Hypoxia” is the term used for this inadequate level of oxygen, and several different injuries can occur as a result, the...

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