What Happens if I Don’t Like My Attorney and Fire Him – Can He Charge a Fee and Does It Cost Me More Money?

Posted on June 3, 2021 in
You can always change lawyers.  If you do not trust your lawyer, do not like your lawyer or just want to, you can fire an attorney.  This is true for workers’ compensation claims and every other legal matter. Fees and Possible Problems When You Change Attorneys If you fire your workers’ compensation lawyer, he...
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Parents of Facebook Phony Can Be Liable for Defamation

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
Greg Land , Daily ReportThe parents of a teenager who created a Facebook page purporting to show a classmate making profane and racist comments can be held liable for defamation because they allowed the page to remain online for nearly a year after it was discovered, Georgia appeals judges have ruled.The Oct. 10 decision...
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Mandatory interlock device law may save lives in Georgia

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
Ignition interlock devices have proven to decrease the DUI fatality rate in other states, but Georgia has yet to strengthen IID laws.Although Georgia law enforces strict penalties for people who choose to drive while drunk, many people continue to get behind the wheel after drinking. In fact, research shows that before drunk drivers are...
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Study: Young drivers aware that texting while driving is dangerous

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
Although younger individuals generally tend to be more inexperienced than their older counterparts when it comes to the rules of the road, a recent survey has discovered that many young people have a surprisingly good grasp on what constitutes dangerous driving habits – even in circumstances where the individual is not yet old enough...
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FDA seeks greater oversight of unvalidated, unreliable diagnostic tests

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
The FDA is proposing stricter oversight of a subset of diagnostic tests that may cause harmful diagnostic errors due to poor premarket review and testing.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is reportedly pursuing greater authority to regulate a group of diagnostic tests that can be dangerously inaccurate or unreliable. As Fortune explains, laboratory-developed tests,...
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