Georgia Officials May Have Violated the Law by Hiding Coronavirus Information
With the current unreliable state of the COVID-19 pandemic, citizens feel they have very few avenues for receiving credible information. That information is what they use to guide their personal decisions about their own safety and how they go about their everyday activities like grocery shopping or sending their children back to school in person.…Read More
Are Chrysler Minivans a Fire Hazard?
Minivans have become the universal symbol of family safety to vehicle owners everywhere. These vans are not the first choice for most drivers in the market for a new vehicle as they’re more utilitarian than fun. Those with larger families or who require a vehicle with extra space are the likely candidates you’ll see behind…Read More
How Can Your Social Media Posts Hurt Your Injury Claim?
If you use social media, you’re very used to seeing the lives of your friends and family unfold on a daily basis. Sometimes you probably even unfollow some of them because they’ve posted one too many food pics or errand updates. It can just become mundane. Then you have friends who may be going through…Read More
Not All Mortgage Servicers Are Looking Out for Homeowners during COVID-19
The federal government is trying to help set up protections for homeowners under the current health crisis to minimize bankruptcies and slow the potential of entering an economic depression. It was announced in March that federally-backed mortgages would be protected so that homeowners didn’t default and find themselves with poor credit hindering future homeownership. It…Read More
How “Blanket Immunity” Protects Businesses from Liability
At the end of April, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell geared up for what may be a contentious battle when he announced his priority for the administration’s next COVID-19 relief bill – broad protections for companies and businesses from lawsuits as they reopen from the coronavirus pandemic. Often referred to as “blanket immunity,” this call…Read More
Coronavirus Antibody Tests: What Are They? Should I Get One?
Antibody tests are making lots of headlines right now, especially as they become more available to the general public. As Georgia and the rest of the country begin the reopening process, many experts are looking to coronavirus antibody tests to help make decisions. Coronavirus antibody tests are already available in many metropolitan areas, including Georgia.…Read More
More Danger At Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Have you ever gone out to eat and wondered if you could get hurt just sitting in a restaurant? In February, patrons of a restaurant in Concourse A at Hartsfield-Jackson International learned the answer to that question – yes. A chunk of the ceiling collapsed, sending at least one diner to the hospital. How does…Read More
Switched at Death: Identification Gone Wrong
Tragedy strikes every day on the roadways and at home. All across the country, people become seriously injured, and in some cases die, as a result of vehicle collisions, fires and other catastrophes. These incidents can be so devastating that it makes identifying victims a difficult task to undertake. What happens when identification errors occur?…Read More
Georgia’s New Tort Reform Bill (H.B. 1089) Is Dangerous to Injury Victims
The Georgia Legislature is working through a series of bills they claim will supposedly “streamline” the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) and reduce costs for everyone. Whenever legislators discussing streamlining our code of laws for cost reduction, what they are really talking about is tort reform – a process that seeks to limit the…Read More
Autonomous Vehicles Are Here: Approach with Caution
We’ve all been watching the evolution of self-driving vehicles. What once was a futuristic notion has now become our reality. There are currently six levels of autonomous vehicles on our roads, with more levels to come. The difference between them varies based upon how much or how little the automobile can operate without human interaction…Read More