Filing a Wrongful Death Claim for Nursing Home Abuse

Categories: Wrongful Death

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Trusted Wrongful Death Attorney Serving Families of Nursing Home Victims in Georgia The term “wrongful death” refers to an event where a loved one dies due to someone’s neglect or misconduct. Wrongful death is often used in personal injury lawsuits, especially in nursing home abuse or neglect cases where a loved one has died because…

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How Much Compensation Can I Request in a Slip and Fall Case?

Categories: Slip and Fall

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Georgia’s Dedicated Slip and Fall Lawyer Slip and fall cases are premises liability claims, and the value of your injury is not based on what you want or think you want. It is based on numerous factors – some of which could be out of your control. The bottom line is that your compensation hinges…

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Can I Sue a Business for Not Being ADA Compliant?

Categories: Slip and Fall

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was created in 1990 as a civil law that prohibits any discrimination based on disability. It protects workers, consumers, and any United States citizen from discrimination in employment in private settings. Part of the ADA requires that businesses keep their premises ADA compliant for any disabled customer that may…

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Your Top 10 Car Accident Injury Questions Answered

Categories: Car Accident

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Being in a motor vehicle accident is extremely stressful. Not only are you dealing with pain and discomfort from your injuries, but now you are dealing with the financial aftermath and the mental stress that comes with it. If you have never been in a car accident before, you might be unsure where to start….

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Employee Responsibilities in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Categories: Workers' Compensation

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Under the state’s workers’ compensation system, you can receive monetary compensation for work-related injuries and illnesses. Your employer is required by state and federal laws to carry this insurance coverage. They are also expected to follow a set number of rules imposed by the government so that they remain in compliance with workers’ compensation policies….

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