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Fatal Accident Claims Georgia Motorcyclist

In some cases, bikers are able to avoid fatal accidents by wearing approved safety helmets. These helmets can absorb the impact that may occur if the biker is unfortunate enough to find themselves in a motorcycle accident. However, though it is essential safety equipment for any biker, protective head gear was not enough to save…
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Home to the Best – Top Georgia Verdicts – Marietta Daily Journal

List: Georgia’s top attorneys can be found in Cobb County Lance Cooper was featured in the Marietta Daily Journal’s article Home to the Best featuring Georgia’s top attorneys that are found in Cobb County. Read the full story here. 
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Truck Accident Fatal for 24-year-old Georgia man

Unfortunately, truck drivers are the cause of many injurious accidents. With their long hours and strict deadlines, truck drivers often work when they are tired and cannot properly focus on traffic or road conditions. Nevertheless, this does not excuse any accident that is induced by negligence. In recent news, a tragic accident occurred in Hall…
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Breaking News: CNN discovered confidential document confirming Toyota never knew sudden unintended acceleration was caused by electronic software

CNN has discovered a confidential memo revealing Toyota engineers were aware of an electronic software problem that caused sudden unintended acceleration in test vehicles during the pre-production phase. Engineers raised concerns of problems with the adaptive cruise-control software in a test model designated the 250L (later sold as the Lexus 460) and called for a “fail-safe…
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Goodyear Recalling 40915 Wrangler Silent Armor Flagship Tires

Goodyear is recalling 40,915 Wrangler Silent Armor flagship tires. The recall comes after the unfortunate deaths of two Texas college students on August 11, 2011. Matthew Smith and Kerrybeth Hall were traveling in Smith’s 2008 Ford F-150 pickup south on U.S. Highway 67 in Pecos County, Texas when the left rear tire de-treaded, causing the pickup to skid…
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Father files $10.5 million lawsuit against Fulton county school system for death of his special needs son

A local father has filed a $10.5 million lawsuit against the Fulton County School System holding teachers and administrators of Roswell High School responsible for the death of his 18-year-old special needs son. Aaron Hatcher, who suffered from muscular dystrophy and cerebral palsy, could not talk or walk on his own. He died last March after…
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Woman Killed, Others Injured in Cherokee County Car Accident

The cause of a three-vehicle accident is still under investigation after it took the life of a 30-year-old woman in Cherokee County this week. Police say the car accident happened on Thursday at about 3 p.m. on the Marietta Highway Bridge. The woman, who was driving a Honda, was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency officials.…
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“Move Over” Marietta – It’s the law

COBB COUNTY, GEORGIA- The Marietta Police Department is warning drivers to move over a lane when they pass any emergency vehicle that is stopped on the side of the roadway with their emergency lights flashing. If traffic in the lane next to you prevents you from making a safe lane change then you must slow down significantly…
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Teenager runs from Marietta police, kills one, injures another

There are no guarantees that your teenage children will listen to your advice about who they should and should not spend time with. Teenagers are headstrong and sometimes fall in with the wrong crowd, including those teenagers that drink and drive. If your child is involved in a fatal car accident because his or her…
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Toyota Unintended Acceleration – What NHTSA doesn’t want you to know

The Federal government is at it again. Toyota has spent tens of millions of dollars over the past few years trying to convince the Federal government and the public there are no electronic problem with its vehicles that cause unintended acceleration. Toyota was able to convince the NHTSA to conclude there was no electronic-base cause…
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Occupant Detection Sensors (Passenger Airbag Sensors)- Deadly Consequences for Hyundai and Kia

Many of our cars have occupant detection sensors. The so-called “smart” airbag systems are enclosed in the seat cushion of the front passenger seat and are used to detect whether or not the front passenger seat is occupied by an adult. Recent reports show that the Hyundai Accent and its model twins, including the Kia…
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Be careful of Facebook Scams

Over the past few years internet scamming has increased significantly. From 2008 – 2009 alone, scam complaints and reports increased by 30 percent. 65 percent of these scams originated in the United States, followed by 10.5 percent in the UK, and 7.5 percent in Nigeria. One of the most common ways a person can be…
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