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Categories: General

Can You Shoot Someone Breaking Into Your Car?

A string of alleged car break-ins in the Metro Atlanta area has some citizens wondering what the legal implications are of using deadline force to prevent break-ins or theft of their vehicles. Here’s what you need to know.  Disclaimer: This…

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G-Wagon Driver Jailed After Smashing 30 Cars in Gwinnett County

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. The Champion Firm does not represent anyone involved in this incident at the time of this post’s writing. Gwinnett County Police arrested a 37-year-old man earlier this week after he seemingly…

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Viral Video Captures Erratic Driver Doing Donuts in a Busy Atlanta Intersection

Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. The Champion Firm does not represent anyone involved in this incident at the time of this post’s writing. Police in Atlanta intercepted an erratic Ford F-150 driver on Tuesday, after the…

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Back to School: Safety Tips for Kids

Summer is nearly over once again, and that means it’s time for kids to head back to school. Yet, as excited as children may be to get back to their friends and teachers, it’s also important you take the time…

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This August, Remember to Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

August is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over month. And, while you should never drive impaired, this annual campaign serves as a good reminder about the importance of practicing responsible drinking habits. The…

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The Champion Firm Steps Up to Help Haitian Orphanage in Danger of Shutting Down

Haiti is a beautiful country that has unfortunately been no stranger to crises. Recently, The Champion Firm learned of an orphanage in Jacmel, Haiti, that is in danger of closing down. Known as the Tysea Orphanage, this organization has been…

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20 Safety Tips to Start Summer Right

Ah, July! Summer is in full swing and there are many fun activities, hobbies, and events to enjoy. However, with the long, hot days of the summer months also come considerable opportunities for injuries to occur. While many people eagerly…

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Georgia Car Seat and Booster Seat Laws

Being in a car accident can be traumatic. If your child is also involved in that accident, the potential for serious injuries can be terrifying. Car seats and booster seats protect your children and reduce their risk of injury or…

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Categories: Personal Injury General

Child Passenger Safety Week: How to know if your child is in the right seat

Child Passenger Safety Week is September 19-25 and is the perfect time to make sure that 1) your child is in the right seat and 2) it is installed correctly. IS YOUR CHILD IN THE RIGHT SEAT? Rear-Facing: Often used…

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How to Safely Road-Trip During a Pandemic

This holiday season looks a little different for many Americans. Some are opting to drive to see friends and family for Thanksgiving and Christmas instead of flying. Here are a few tips to stay safe while road-tripping during a pandemic:…

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