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October 2019 Archives

What are common causes of the most severe burns?

Burns can be caused by a variety of factors including nuclear radiation, sunlight, chemicals, electricity or heat. None of these factors are the leading causes of burns among Americans, though. Factors such as home fires or contact with steam, flammable gases or liquids or hot fluids are the leading causes of burns here in this country.

Ways to protect your interests when buying a condo

There are many reasons why a person in Georgia may consider buying a condo over purchasing a home. For some, it simply makes more sense to buy a home that doesn't require much upkeep or have as much space as many traditional free-standing homes. In metropolitan areas, it may be more affordable to own a condo than it is to own a home. 

Many homeowners refinancing their mortgages as rates fall again

Many homeowners here in Augusta and elsewhere in Georgia may be looking to refinance their mortgages soon. A new report from MarketWatch shows that the yield on Treasury notes declined earlier this month. This caused a chain reaction whereby mortgage rates also have fallen.

Why are burns, especially those to the face, so dangerous?

Burns are dangerous. First-degree burns are the least severe. Third-degree burns are the most serious. If left untreated, a burn can cause you to become dehydrated and develop an infection. Sepsis is one of the more serious types of infections that you can contract. Individuals with sepsis often die.

Explaining why medical malpractice cases are difficult to prove

Victims of medical malpractice often find themselves in precarious situations for many reasons. One of which is that it can be difficult to prove medical malpractice. There are plenty of reasons why you should consult with an experienced attorney when injured at the hands of a medical professional. We will discuss why it is so difficult to prove a medical malpractice case.

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