Article Library About Issues Related to Personal Injury and Disability Law

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Tips to surviving spring’s pollen

The annual yellow dusting of cars, porches and sidewalks has peaked. This week’s pollen count in Atlanta is soaring above 2,000 and continues to climb. Blooming trees are the culprit for all the yellow powder, but experts say it’s what you can’t see that’s most problematic. Pines are the main contributor to all the pollen

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Tips to keep your kitchen clean and safe

About 48 million people are affected by foodborne illness each year in the U.S., according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Germy kitchens increase the risk for several infections such as E. coli, Listeria, Salmonella and several other diseases and parasites. While the overall number of incidence of infection has decreased in recent years,

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7 ways to save on utilities

As spring pushes on and summer creeps closer and closer, temperatures continue inching up and tempting many people to turn on their air conditioning. While some may give in and turn the thermostat down a few degrees, others stubbornly refuse to yield to the heat due to the high cost of utility bills. Whether it’s

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Apps that will help you manage your money

Money is important and keeping track of all your accounts and spending can be trying. Organize your spending and saving with the following mobile applications. Many can simply get you organized while others can make suggestions to setting goals and tracking progress to attain those goals. Mint Mint is probably one of the most popular

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Reduce the amount of waste coming out of your home

We celebrate Earth Day next week to foster appreciation of the earth and ways we can contribute to improving and sustaining the environment. One way to help the environment is to create less garbage. Landfills continue to grow and often have harmful effects to the ground, air and water supply surrounding them. The following tips

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Gardening on a budget

The best lawns and gardens come from hard work and a little creativity. Whether your goal is to make your yard look like the Biltmore’s well-manicured expanse of green perfection or you have your sights set on a garden overflowing with an abundance of vines, blooms and ground covers, there are ways to achieve the

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7 tips for a frugal road trip

Planning a road trip this summer? These tips will save you money along the way. Choose your stops wisely. Along the route, pick points of interest that won’t cost you much money to visit. Many historic sites have free entry. Make a stop at old churches, town parks and city hall. Pick activities like hiking

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US teen driver deaths on the rise

Nationally, teen driver deaths have increased 19 percent from 2011-2012 in the first six months of each year, according to a recent report published by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association. Statewide, Georgia has seen a slight decrease. But that doesn’t mean our state’s teenagers are pros on the asphalt. In the first six months of

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Stay safe when on the road in severe weather

With tornado season upon us, it’s likely drivers will encounter heavy rain, flooding or hail storms while on the road. Throughout the spring and summer, severe storms are not uncommon. When at home, residents can hunker down in basements and bathtubs, but what if you’re caught on the ride home from work when bad weather

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Teen commission pushes for tougher penalties for distracted drivers

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal appointed a 22-member commission of teenagers from Tybee Island to Rome to address issues and concerns their peers face daily while navigating the state’s roadways. On Monday, the commission recommended big changes to teen driver education efforts and pushed for tougher penalties for drivers who break the state’s ban on sending

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