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I just read a most interesting article that was on the front page of the Fulton County Daily Report dated August 22, 2022.
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What is Unlawful Solicitation?

I am referring here to soliciting future clients. Many of us call it “feeding the pipeline.” Every business needs new clients at a rate that would ensure their continuing profitability.
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Psychological Injuries: Are They Recognized in Georgia as A Compensable Workers’ Compensation Claim?

You are a worker in the water works department of your county.  A major flood occurs in your city. Your supervisor sent you and another worker out in a boat to rescue those in harm’s way. Your supervisor radios you to go to the local cemetery where much to your horror you are told 18 caskets have “escaped” their graves and are floating down the river.
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Mediations

Have you ever wondered whether a settlement mediation is better than a jury trial of your case in your automobile accident matter? How about in your workers’ compensation claim…does a settlement mediation actually help to get the injured person more money?
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Subrogation-A Thorny Legal Issue with An Easy Resolution

This legal term, subrogation, means that a workers’ compensation insurance company who pays out money benefits to an injured worker may request some of that money from the injured worker if the worker has filed a separate negligence claim against another company/insurance company and collects damages in that separate claim.
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Do Unions Help the Worker?

The Journal- Constitution reported on July 21, 2022, that “Union activity in Metro Atlanta is increasing.” This very liberal publication tried to give the impression that there is a total wave of increasing union activity in Metro Atlanta.
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Will Epileptic Seizures Prevent Liability When the Person’s Seizure Causes a Traffic Accident and Damages to Another Person?

In a recent Case presented to the Court of Appeals, Screven County v. Sandlin, decided May 4, 2022, by the Georgia Court of Appeals, the case involved an inmate who was riding in the County’s own pick up truck. The inmate was the passenger in the back seat and the truck veered off the road causing the inmate’s seat belt to break.
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