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Should I See a Chiropractor After a Car Accident?

A lot of people think that feeling fine immediately after a car accident means they were not injured in the accident. “I was lucky,” they’ll say when loved ones reach out after the accident. This is a dangerous mistake. Although you may not have symptoms right away, your neck or back could have been easily injured in the car accident, and those injuries will flare up later. Read More

Checklist of What to Do After a Crash

Please read the following post crash checklist created by GA Injury Advocates, so you will know what to do when/if involved in a car accident. Read More

How Soon After a Car Accident Should I see a Chiropractor?

When you are involved in a Car Accident, it is always advised to seek the help of a Chiropractic Doctor right away. If you suffered serious injuries such as broken bones, or traumatic brain injury, you should go immediately to the emergency room. Thus, when involved in a car accident, please call GA Injury Advocates at . Hablamos español. Read More

How Chiropractic Care Helps After a Car Accident

Chiropractic Doctors are specially trained to help car accident injury victims heal faster and refrain from developing further pain conditions. Your Chiropractic Doctor will complete a thorough exam, diagnosis, and specifically target your source of pain through spinal manipulations. Keep in mind that being injured in a car accident is painful, traumatizing, and can leave you with significant short or long-term Read More

Don’t Lose Your Right to a Valid Georgia Personal Injury Claim!

Do These 7 Things After an Accident Motor vehicle accidents are overwhelming and potentially catastrophic events. In less than a minute, your life can change, resulting in serious injury and sending you on a stressful and confusing journey to protect your rights. What’s even more frustrating is that insurance companies will almost certainly try to minimize your claim and make you settle for less than what you are Read More

New Georgia Law Governing the Passing of a School Bus

This new law changes how drivers approach stopped school buses in the State of Georgia. Previously, drivers traveling in the opposite direction of a stopped school bus on a four-lane road with a turn lane in the middle had to stop. Now, those drivers aren't required to stop. On two-lane roads, traffic in each direction still has to stop. “With school starting and Georgia law changing, it is important that we remain Read More

What To Tell Children About SCHOOL BUS Safety

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What the New Hands-Free Georgia Act Bans and Allows

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A Quick Guide to the Ways You Can Assert a Personal Injury Claim in a Truck Accident

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