Personal Injury Patient Struggles with Hospital Liens

Georgia’s Hospital Lien Statute: How Hospitals Rip off Insured Patients

Georgia’s hospital lien statute, codified as O.C.G.A. § 44-14-470, gives hospitals the opportunity to rip off injured victims. When a hospital provides medical care to an injured person, such as
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Daylight Saving 2020 Clock

Daylight Savings In Kennesaw Begins Sunday, March 8, 2020

Prepare to “Spring Forward” because daylight savings time begins in Kennesaw at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, 2020. After a long, cold, and wet winter, most Georgia residents will
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Negligent Security Crime Personal Injury Attorneys Williams Elleby

How to Prove Foreseeability in Negligent Security and Third-Party Criminal Act Cases

If you live in an apartment complex or hotel with a history of violent crime, the owner has a duty to take reasonable steps to prevent future criminal activity on
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Atlanta Lawyer Accused

Atlanta Lawyer Accused of Using Client Names to Apply for Advances

For several months between 2014 and 2016, Atlanta personal injury lawyer Chalmer Detling, II, allegedly accepted loan checks in his law office that were intended to pay for his clients
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Permanent Scars Personal Injury Attorneys Williams Elleby

Can I Recover Damages for Permanent Scars Caused by a Burn Injury?

Burn injuries are not only extremely painful, but all deeper burn injuries (second-degree burns or worse) heal by scarring. Although burn injuries are treatable, scarring from deeper burns will almost always
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Children Safe Around Dogs Personal Injury Attorneys Williams Elleby

Keeping Children Safe Around Dogs

Kids can be quite frustrating. The pets in your home can definitely agree. A young child may make the mistake of hitting the dog or pulling its tail. Even the
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