Archive for Year: 2018

A man lays on the ground after a workplace injury as his co-workers rush to his aide.

How to Report Dangerous Work Conditions

Employers in Georgia must provide a safe working environment under federal and state laws. If conditions are unsafe, workers have recourse. They should first report their concerns to their employer. They can then also involve

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Georgia’s Hands-Free Law

On July 1, 2018, Georgia’s Hands-Free Law took effect. This means that drivers can only talk on their phones while driving if they use hands-free technology. The law also specifically prohibits a number of other

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What Constitutes Gross Negligence in Georgia?

A personal injury case rooted in gross negligence means that the defendant has not simply been careless. In a gross negligence case, the plaintiff accuses the defendant of reckless and grossly irresponsible actions. Depending on

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Premises Liability Law in Georgia

Georgia state laws require landowners and property owners in Carrollton, GA to ensure the safety of their premises. If a guest or invitee sustains injuries on their premises, the property owner may be liable for

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How is Negligence Determined in Georgia?

Understanding Georgia’s negligence laws is important, especially if you’re filing personal injury claims. These laws help in identifying which party or parties may be liable for your accident. Just as important, they help in determining

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