Artificial Turf, Fraud, and Higher Risk of Injury

In the winter of 2015, the U.S. Women’s Soccer team caused quite a stir when they refused to play the national team of Trinidad & Tobago in a friendly pre-Women’s World Cup tournament. The team ..

Camping Accidents and Liability Waivers

During the summer, many people and outdoor enthusiasts flock to the outdoors to explore nature. Whether planning a family adventure or the kids are being sent to camp for a few weeks, campers are often ..

Do Seat Belts Make Atlanta School Buses Safer?

  On January 20, a breaking news alert was issued on a local morning television program, advising viewers that two people and a child were injured in a school bus crash in Coweta County. The bus ..

Lethal IKEA Furniture Recalled Across the Nation

Lethal IKEA Furniture Recalled Across the Nation Swedish furniture company IKEA is recalling almost 36 million chests and drawers in the United States and Canada, according to Reuters. The recall covers six models of MALM chests ..

Atlanta Pools, Premises Liability, and Attractive Nuisances

CBS Atlanta News recently reported on the tragedy of a child drowned in an apartment complex pool. The child, evading the attention of his mother, began swimming in the apartment complex’s pool by himself and ..

Major League Baseball Opening Day, A Reminder for Athletes to Play Safely

Major League Baseball Opening Day is April 3rd. Players will step up to the plate to use everything they’ve got. No matter how strong they are, they’re still at risk for injuries on the field, ..