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What is Medical Malpractice February 23, 2016

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice is the act of negligence or omission by a health care provider in which the treatment they provided was below the accepted medical standards. In order to qualify as medical malpractice, the negligence must result in injury or death. Most medical professionals are required to get some form of professional liability insurance to […]

Do I Need An SSD Lawyer? February 18, 2016

SSD lawyer

With today’s worries of global warming, college funds, politics, and retirement, few people stop and think about the possibility of disability. Nevertheless, disability is a very real threat to your livelihood. According to the Social Security website, 25 percent of young workers become disabled before qualifying for full retirement benefits. Luckily, there are programs in […]

How to Avoid a Truck Accident February 12, 2016

According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, there were over 300,000 truck accidents reported in 2012 alone. The impact of a truck accident can be devastating, but these tragedies can be avoided. Here are some important safety tips to keep you and your family safe on the roads: Leave Enough Space Cutting off other […]

Guide to Workers’ Compensation in Georgia February 3, 2016

Workplace injuries happen far too often. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics recorded nearly 3 million injury or illness reports in 2014 alone. Employees who get injured at work are often eligible for workers’ compensation, which helps offset the burden of loss wages and medical bills. What is Workers’ Compensation? Workers’ compensation is essentially […]

Under What Conditions Can You Sue for Wrongful Death? January 28, 2016

Wrongful death

In Georgia, a wrongful death is caused by the negligence or negligent conduct of a person or company. This includes reckless, criminal, or intentional acts that lead to the death of another person. Usually, negligence is defined as the failure to use “reasonable care” when there is a duty to do so and it results […]

Slip and Fall Outside of a Business – Who is Responsible? January 18, 2016

slip and fall

Slip and fall lawsuits are one of the most common types of personal injury lawsuits. Especially during the winter months, where people are more prone to fall because of icy sidewalks. Although there are many different conditions that can cause these types of accidents, the owner of the building is normally held responsible for an […]

Weight Loss- What Happens if You’re Injured at Your Gym? January 11, 2016

Out with the old and in with the new you! If you’re getting ready to embark on your 2016 weight loss journey, there are a couple of things you may want to keep in mind before you sign your membership contract and hit the gym.  Don’t be too eager to start seeing results and jump […]

Facts on Driving During the Holidays December 29, 2015

driving during the holidays

Driving during the holidays can be very stressful because of the congested busy roads filled with many drivers trying to get to their destinations. The National Safety Council estimates there will be approximately 45,000 injuries that require medical attention and about 421 deaths during the New Year’s Day holiday period. With these alarming statistics it […]

Driving: What Should I Be Aware of On The Road? December 23, 2015

The holiday season is said to be the most wonderful time of the year, unfortunately it is also the time of the year where many tragedies occur. The roads will be busier than usual from people traveling different distances to visit their loved ones. The National Safety Council estimates that there will be 366 deaths […]

Safe and Secure: Out of State Travel For the Holidays December 21, 2015

Holiday travel tips

As the countdown to Christmas Day and the New Year continues to dwindle down, many people across the country are preparing for the holiday season and will be taking advantage of their time off to travel. Whether it be to visit family and friends or just for fun, it is always best to travel prepared. […]

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