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Johnson & Johnson Faces Another Talcum Powder Trial in February

Posted in Uncategorized on January 31, 2017

Johnson & Johnson has been a leading name in infant and childcare products for more than 130 years. Johnson & Johnson talcum powder, or baby powder, is a staple in thousands of American households – not just for use on babies, but for men and women as well. Adults have used talcum powder for moisture … Continue reading Johnson & Johnson Faces Another Talcum Powder Trial in February

What To Know About A Georgia Premises Liability Claim

Posted in Uncategorized on January 25, 2017

Premises liability claims are common in Georgia. Public and private properties present many opportunities for risks and injuries to visitors. From liquid spilled on the floor to a loose staircase handrail, hundreds of different things can create an unreasonable hazardous condition for unsuspecting shoppers or property visitors. If you sustained an injury on another person’s … Continue reading What To Know About A Georgia Premises Liability Claim

ATM Attacks & Bank Liability in Georgia

Posted in Uncategorized on January 20, 2017

ATMs (automated teller machines) are magnets for violent crimes, physical assaults, and robberies. Criminals know that ATMs are locations for depositing and withdrawing cash, and take advantage of unsuspecting users to force them to withdraw cash and hand it over. While fraud and identity theft get a lot of press and police attention, an  ATM … Continue reading ATM Attacks & Bank Liability in Georgia

A Glance at Workers’ Compensation for 2017

Posted in Uncategorized on January 17, 2017

A new year means new workers’ compensation claims, standards, and trends in Georgia. Workers continue to show concern about the state’s workers’ comp laws, while employers worry about associated insurance costs. In the changing political climate and new platforms regarding national healthcare, many major elements of the workers’ comp system are up in the air. … Continue reading A Glance at Workers’ Compensation for 2017

High-Risk Occupations in 2017

Posted in Uncategorized on January 10, 2017

Many occupations endanger the lives and health of employees on a daily basis – yet somebody has to do them. Jobs from great heights, handling hazardous materials, and working with dangerous equipment are unfortunately an inescapable part of the modern world. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Georgia was the sixth deadliest state for … Continue reading High-Risk Occupations in 2017

Gym Liability Explained

Posted in Uncategorized on January 3, 2017

Gyms are hotbeds for personal injury accidents. Machines, heavy equipment, lots of moving parts, incompetent staff members, sweat/water on the floor, bacteria-covered mats, and members pushing themselves to their physical limits all combine to make the gym a likely scene for a personal injury or illness. Yet not every gym injury is grounds for a … Continue reading Gym Liability Explained

2017 Safest College Campuses in Georgia

Posted in Uncategorized on December 30, 2016

For parents sending their children away to college, as well as for young adults heading out on their own for the first time, campus safety can be a major concern. Whether you’re a college student yourself or the parent of one, you want to be confident the college or university where you or your child … Continue reading 2017 Safest College Campuses in Georgia

How Much Am I Worth as a GA Worker, Compared to Other States?

Posted in Uncategorized on December 22, 2016

Injured workers are surprised to learn that workers’ compensation is not the same in every state. Even with remarkably similar circumstances surrounding two different workplace accidents, the amount of compensation each worker ends up with depends largely on the state where he or she lives, or where the injury occurred. In many areas where state … Continue reading How Much Am I Worth as a GA Worker, Compared to Other States?

When To Settle in A Workers Compensation Case

Posted in Uncategorized on December 15, 2016

If you’re recovering from injuries you received as part of a workplace accident, you likely want to focus on your recovery and want the process of navigating your workers’ comp claim in court to go as smoothly – and quickly – as possible. Insurance companies understand this, and they will often offer tempting settlements to … Continue reading When To Settle in A Workers Compensation Case

Beginning Bikers: Risks for New Motorcycle Owners

Posted in Uncategorized on December 12, 2016

For someone who has always loved the idea of cruising the open road on a motorcycle, the feeling of finally riding your own bike for the first time is akin to the thrill of a teenager getting behind the wheel of a first car. It’s a sense of freedom and exhilaration that’s hard to replicate. … Continue reading Beginning Bikers: Risks for New Motorcycle Owners