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Why a Trial Attorney Is Your Best Option

By Grant Law Office on December 26, 2018

You’ve seen their commercials on late-night TV, and had your view obstructed by their gaudy billboards. They promise you cash, and they promise it fast. We’re talking about “settlement mills,” lawyers and law firms that advertise aggressively and handle a high volume of cases at the same time.

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Get a Mani-Pedi, Lose a Digit

By Grant Law Office on September 13, 2018

Many people think getting a pedicure is a way to treat, or pamper, one’s self. This may be true, but manicures and pedicures apparently come with certain health risks.

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Dealing with Movie Set Accidents in Georgia

By Grant Law Office on March 21, 2018

Due to our tax incentives and a welcoming spirit, film and television is a growing industry in Georgia. Currently, there are 29 productions being filmed in the state. But, along with the glamour and revenue generated by film and TV production comes the very real danger of the reel industry.

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Seasonal Employees Mean More Forklift Accidents

By Grant Law Office on January 8, 2018

Due to its strategic location, Atlanta is a major hub of commerce. This is particularly evident around the holidays, when companies like UPS (headquartered in Atlanta) are abuzz with activity. To meet the season’s elevated demand for goods being shipped around the country and the world, many warehouses and distribution centers hire seasonal employees. This is good for the hire-ees, because many people need additional income around the holidays.

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Personal Injury and Amputation

By Grant Law Office on July 31, 2017

The removal of a bodily appendage is called an amputation. Amputations are serious and life-changing, and in the Atlanta area they occur at an unfortunate rate. They can be caused by traumatic injuries, illnesses, and surgical practices. In many cases, the victims can use a prosthetic limb to make their lives manageable, but little can be done to relieve the pain, discomfort, and inconvenience of living as an amputee.

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Understanding The Causes For Compartment Syndrome

By Grant Law Office on September 27, 2016

Car accidents and personal injuries are a frequent occurrence in the Atlanta, Georgia, area. Most resulting injuries can be easily treated, however, some have more serious consequences. When excess pressure builds up inside an area of the body and affects circulation, the resulting condition is called compartment syndrome. When compartment syndrome gets especially bad, it may require surgery to prevent permanent injury. It can be extremely painful and has potential to cause permanent damage to affected body parts.

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FAQs About Atlanta Injuries that Lead to Loss of Hearing and Vision

By Grant Law Office on February 29, 2016

Loss of hearing and vision are catastrophic injuries which can have a devastating and long-term impact on victims and their families. If your loss of hearing or vision was caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing, you may be able to seek compensation for your damages and losses. Here are answers to some of the most common questions we encounter.

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Brain Injury Study Hopes to Improve Patient Recovery

By Grant Law Office on October 14, 2014

Atlanta TBIThe National Institutes of Health is currently conducting a new study on a drug called tranexamic acid that may help improve the chances of recovery after a traumatic brain injury accident. The drug has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

As part of the study, at least 10 trauma centers throughout North America will participate by randomly assigning qualifying patients to one of three test groups. One group of patients will be given the drug once at the scene of the injury accident, such as a car crash or slip and fall, and then again at the hospital. The second group will receive the drug at the scene of the incident, followed by salt water once at the hospital. The third group will receive salt water both at the scene and at the hospital.

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Four Strange Winter Olympic Sports That Didn’t Make the Cut

By Grant Law Office on February 17, 2014

Georgia Sports InjuryDespite some strange muck ups with its infrastructure, such as plumbing and, well, living facilities in general, the Sochi Winter Olympics is going strong, and people the world over are enjoying their favorite winter sports. There are the popular classics like skiing, hockey, sled racing, and figure skating. There are also relatively young thrillers like snowboarding. Whether you’re excited to see superhuman feats of speed, strength, finesse, or just plain craziness, you’re bound to find something you love.

The Winter Olympics hasn’t always been this way. Throughout its history, various sports have come and gone. Some of them were sensible sports that just didn’t catch on while others were plain crazy. Here are the five most notable former events in the Olympics history books.

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New Year, Old Habits: The Numbers on the Successes and Failures of New Year’s Resolutions

By Grant Law Office on January 16, 2014

Atlanta Personal InjuryIt’s only a few weeks into 2014, and surely some people are dropping the resolution they were so adamant about at their New Year’s cocktail party. But of course, this is all expected. Many promises are easily made at the beginning of every year and many are just as easily broken.

For example, it is a well known fact that gym memberships spike in January … and membership cancellations spike a few months later. We all know that change is tough, that old habits die hard, but most of us probably don’t know the statistics surrounding New Year’s resolutions.

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