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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Additional Rules Considered to Reduce Driver Distractions

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
The U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood continues his battle against distracted driving. The agency has been a leader in researching the effects of driver distraction and looking for ways to limit Atlanta car accidents caused by distractions in vehicles. While regulations are currently in place to crack down on phone calls and...
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Tow Truck Drivers Face Many Occupational Dangers

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), accident data from 2010 indicates that occupational injuries and fatalities of tow truck drivers are twice the national average of other industries.This does not surprise tow truck driver Graham Paine of G.A. Smith Towing, who told The Patriot-News that getting hit by motorists is a...
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Misdiagnosis of Heart Disease Is a Serious Danger for Women

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
Heart disease is a serious health risk, and it is especially acute for women. For this reason, it is important that any signs of heart disease be detected early. However, misdiagnoses of heart disease in women do happen, and in order to get the best medical care possible, it is necessary to know the...
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Up on the Roof: a Dangerous Place for Construction Workers

Posted on January 1, 2019 in
Recently, a Maryland man died after falling off a roof while trying to secure a safety anchor at the construction site where he worked. Unfortunately, this type of workplace injury is often fatal and happens more often than it should. In Georgia, employers in the construction field can protect workers from the dangers of...
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