Drinking before reaching the legal age of 21 creates a temptation most teens experience at least once. By the time they’re high school seniors, two-thirds of teens try alcohol according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In fact, people between the ages of 12-20 drink about one-tenth of all alcohol consumed in the […]
Between March 14 and April 28 this year, the TSA expects to screen around 107 million passengers. This is a three percent increase over 2018. While some of those travelers are business commuters and vacationing families, a large number are college students heading out on Spring Break. Whether staying inside the U.S. or traveling out […]
Any personal injury which occurs because of unsafe or defective conditions on someone’s property falls under premises law. Most people think of these injuries happening at a business, but a person’s home falls under this category as well. If you experience an injury in someone’s home because they fail to address obvious issues, you may […]
Out of the top 10 most common New Year’s resolutions, exercising more and losing weight are often right at the top. Hitting the gym can satisfy both of these, and it’s not uncommon for gyms to fill up come January. Staying fit is a great resolution to have as long as you’re working out safely. […]
Walking or driving in snow and ice can be dangerous, especially during Atlanta winter weather. Follow these safety tips to get through the winter season.