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It is hard to admit when you cannot take care of an elderly or disabled member of the family. With work schedules and all of the other demands of life, you realize you’re just not equipped to provide the level of care that’s needed. Once you’ve made the tough decision to seek out a nursing…

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Meandering around on Georgia’s roads can be a dangerous activity no matter where you are. Getting from point A to point B can be a frustrating experience, from road congestion to construction that seemingly never ends. Traffic jams around Atlanta and Savannah are just a way of life that citizens accept as a trade-off to…

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October is Fire Prevention Month, and Fire Prevention Week ran from October 4-10, 2020. The goal of both of these annual events is to increase awareness about fire safety and to emphasize the importance of having a fire preparedness plan in place. Fire Prevention Week is one of the longest-running public health observances in the…

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Whether you were born in a state and have lived there all your life, or you end up a resident by circumstance, you’re at the mercy of their healthcare system when it comes to basic medical care. What state you are in when you receive that care could affect how much additional risk you face.…

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These are unprecedented times in our country, which calls for unprecedented measures. The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) and Georgia Defense Lawyers Association (GDLA) have established a charitable effort, called Mask Up for Justice!, to raise funds to help Georgia’s courthouses reopen safely. Harris Lowry Manton LLP attorney Andrew J. Conn has been working with…

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Coronavirus halted production for several months, but the film and TV industry is getting back to work. With so many sound stages and production houses located in Georgia, this means thousands of jobs coming back online, not to mention a cash infusion to the local economy. It was announced in July that 20 projects would…

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Over the past five months, the U.S. government has given hundreds of billions of dollars in federal aid to companies across the country. Much of the assistance was given to the public health sector, but not all healthcare facilities have acted with integrity when it comes to pandemic-related funding. In fact, some nursing home facilities…

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