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More Than 50 Million Americans Live With Chronic Pain

Personal injury claims typically involve discussions about pain. For some victims, that pain may go away with certain treatments or medications. For others, the pain becomes constant and part of a “new normal.” According to a report in the Washington Post, nearly 1 in 5 Americans (50.2 million people) live with chronic pain. What is…

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CDC Reviewing Link Between Bone Repair Products and Tuberculosis

Nearly 100 patients who had spinal surgery to repair fractures now have a new cause for concern. A bone repair product used for their broken bones appears to have been contaminated with the bacteria that causes tuberculosis (TB). The outbreak is currently being investigated by federal and state health officials. The Washington Post reported that…

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What Are the Leading Causes of Wrongful Death for Teenagers?

It is the worst call a parent can imagine. A hospital, the police, or another authority phones to report that your teenager has been killed. In an instant, your dreams are shattered. In an instant, you are thinking double thoughts. For every memory of your child’s first words, first day of school, first car, first…

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University of Georgia Law School Student Jonathan Fagundes Is the Recipient of the 2021 Harris Lowry Manton LLP Civil Justice Scholarship

Harris Lowry Manton LLP is pleased to announce that Jonathan Fagundes, a first-year student at the University of Georgia School of Law, has been awarded the Harris Lowry Manton LLP Civil Justice Scholarship for 2021. Jonathan is a native of La Grange, Ga., and earned his B.A. in Political Science and Women’s Studies from the…

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Burn Injuries and Skin Grafts

Second- and third-degree burn injuries often leave serious scars and disfigurement. Severe burns can also cause functional damage and a great deal of pain. Surgical treatments may require breathing assistance, the use of a feeding tube, addressing blood flow problems, skin grafts, and plastic surgery. Other treatments – including physical therapy and psychological counseling –…

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Avoiding Georgia Boating Accidents This Summer

The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area near Atlanta, Lake Lanier, the Savannah River, and the Savannah Harbor are popular places to spend the day on a boat. During the warm weather months – and even during a good part of the spring and fall – the rivers, lakes, and streams in and around Georgia are…

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Joshua H. Dorminy Selected for 2021-22 LEAD Program

Harris Lowry Manton LLP is proud to announce that Associate Attorney Josh Dorminy has been selected to participate in the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s (GTLA) 19th annual Leadership Education and Advanced Direction (LEAD) Program for 2021-2022. Josh is the only Savannah-area attorney to be selected this year, and will be one of 19 participants from…

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Andrew J. Conn Is Harris Lowry Manton LLP’s Newest Partner

Harris Lowry Manton LLP is proud to announce that trial attorney Andrew “Andy” J. Conn has been promoted to Partner. Andy works out of the firm’s Savannah office, and focuses on complex civil litigation, including claims involving catastrophic injury, commercial motor vehicle claims, products liability, medical malpractice, premises liability and business tort litigation. Andy Conn…

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Seniors Are Falling More Because of the Drugs They Take

There are many joys to aging – such as a retirement filled with travel and spending your golden years with loved ones – but there are difficulties, too. Many seniors take prescription drugs to protect their hearts, to normalize their blood pressure, and to relieve their aches and pains as well as other age-related illnesses…

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