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Travel Tips for Preventing Car Trouble December 10, 2015

Don’t wait last minute to service your vehicle before traveling a long distance. Book an appointment well in advance with your mechanic before starting your journey. A maintenance package that includes an oil change, brake check, mechanical inspection and tire rotation will thoroughly examine your vehicle. Even the smallest problem like a worn windshield wiper […]


Proving Fault in a Personal Injury Lawsuit December 2, 2015

Determining who is responsible in a personal injury lawsuit can get complicated, but ultimately it boils down to whether a person or business was being negligent and as a result caused your injury. After that is determined the at-fault party is responsible for paying compensation known as damages to the injured party. This can be […]


The 5 Most Common Types of Worker’s Comp Cases December 1, 2015

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more than 1.1. million injuries that happened in the workplace in 2011. Although there are programs put in place to educate and ensure safe practices in the workplace, accidents do happen. After an accident workers compensation may be award to the employee. This is used as […]


What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Do? November 17, 2015

After you have been involved in an accident, there are probably many questions going through your head. Not sure what steps to take next? That’s where a personal injury lawyer comes in. A person injury lawyer provides legal advice and/or representation after a person has been physically or psychologically injured as a result of another […]


Facts about Georgia Boating Accidents November 12, 2015

    The state of Georgia is home to a variety of different lakes. Goat Rock Lake, Hamburg Lake, Carters Lake, Clarks Hill Lake, Lake Blue Ridge and Lake Andrews are just a few lakes in the state. Popular activities such as swimming, fishing and boating attract not only Georgians, but tourist from all over […]


What Should I Do If I was Injured in a Truck Accident? November 4, 2015

Being involved in a truck accident can be devastating, because of the difference in size between a truck and a car. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration In 2012, 330,000 trucks were involved in crashes and 77,000 of those crashes someone was injured -23% of truck accident result in injury -Truck crash injuries […]


The Most Common Types of Nursing Home Abuse October 27, 2015

Nearly 1/3 of all senior citizens in nursing homes are subject to some form of abuse. This is a growing epidemic in the United States. Knowing the different types of abuse is important for prevention and protection of your loved one. Some of the different type of abuse are: Physical Physical abuse involves hitting, kicking, […]


The 5 Most Common Causes of Truck Accidents October 19, 2015

Choosing to spend your time working as a trucker can sometimes be a risky career choice. Although it is capable of being extremely profitable and dependable, there are many dangers that come along with the job. Roughly 500,000 trucking accidents occur within the United States each year and up to 5,000 of those collisions end […]


Company Mishaps October 16, 2015

Getting hurt at work is never a desired situation. Often the injuries are accidental but many times someone’s negligence is the cause. Even though most employers require you to buy workers’ comp insurance, it isn’t designed to cover everyone and every instance of a work-related injury. So what can you do to make sure if […]


Monge & Associates Host a Pink Cupcake Day October 13, 2015

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of the month, Monge & Associates will host a pink cupcake day. Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women. One in every eight women will be diagnosed with it at some point in their lifetime. Each year over 220,000 women in the United States […]


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