Why you should be wary of medical lien agreements

Posted on July 27, 2017 in
Whether you sustain an injury on the job, in an auto collision or due to another accident, it can be overwhelming to take care of all the obligations that follow. You must seek out the medical care you need, of course, but you may also need to negotiate time off work and secure legal...
Read More

What happens when a support provider dies?

Posted on July 18, 2017 in
Many parents rely on the support of their former partner to cover the expenses associated with raising a child. According to the Congressional Research Service, child support payouts can cumulatively amount to $22.5 billion in a single year. These funds are often a lifesaver for families, but what happens when a provider of child...
Read More

Medications are the top cause of allergy-related deaths

Posted on July 11, 2017 in
You probably know that an severe allergic reaction can lead to death. Your first thought might be peanuts since that is what is in the news these days. Many people are seriously allergic to peanuts and cannot eat anything that contains a peanut component. However, non-food items can cause deadly allergic reactions. Among the allergy-inducing...
Read More

Was a loved one harmed in a nursing home?

Posted on May 17, 2017 in
The Department of Human Services, Division of Aging Services in Georgia reports that abuse of the elderly and disabled adults is one of the most underreported problems in the United States. Even worse, abuse of these at-risk adults is typically intentional. Even neglect can be deliberate. A caregiver withholds medication or refuses to bathe...
Read More

Anaphylactic shock calls for speedy response

Posted on April 17, 2017 in
You have read stories of people suffering from sudden, violent allergic reactions – to medicines, to latex, to certain foods like peanuts, soy milk and shellfish, to bee stings. The name of this reaction, which seizes the entire body, is anaphylaxis.Anaphylaxis takes people by surprise. While most people going into anaphylactic shock survive, an...
Read More