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What to do and not to do after an accident

While no Georgia resident wakes up in the morning expecting to get in to a car crash, the average person will be involved in one or more motor vehicle accidents over the course of their driving careers. This is true even for careful drivers who, generally speaking, follow the traffic laws and are on the lookout for other drivers.

Types of medication errors that doctors can make

Prescribing drugs to treat illnesses and other medical conditions is an important and serious business, which is why Georgia residents and people around the country entrust that task to doctors and other medical professionals who are trained and properly qualified to do so. Giving someone the wrong medicine, the wrong does of a medicine, or even a medicine that would be fine, but for a patient's drug allergy or the other medications that patient is taking, can all lead to a patient's experiencing serious and even severe medical complications. In the worst cases, patients may even die because of a medication error.

Zofran is not approved for treatment of morning sickness

Despite its one-time popularity as a morning sickness drug, the federal Food and Drug Administration, or FDA, never approved ondansetron, marketed most commonly as Zofran, as a drug Georgia mothers could use in pregnancy. The drug was approved to treat the nausea symptoms of cancer patients, who would often get very sick, and potentially dehydrated, after taking chemotherapy that tended to upset their stomachs.

What if I get hurt in a hit-and-run accident?

One of the most frustrating types of motor vehicle accidents are so called hit-and-runs, in which the driver of one of the vehicles, oftentimes the driver who is responsible for the accident, takes off from the scene of the crash, leaving the accident victims to fend for themselves.

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