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Dog Fighting In Georgia & Why It Needs To Stop

Because dog fighting is a felony in all 50 states in the country, most people assume that dog fighting is a rare occurrence – one that only happens in few places, and that those who participate only comprise a very small part of American culture. However, as explained by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals...

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What is Premises Liability Insurance?

If you accidentally injure someone while driving your car, your car insurance will kick in to pay compensation to the victim. But what happens if someone is injured while walking on your property? For example, a customer might slip and fall inside a store or in the parking lot, or a guest could be injured in your home. This...

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Halloween: The Most Dangerous Night Of The Year

Halloween is a holiday loved by many, especially children! People enjoy celebrating this rather superstitious holiday in a variety of ways. Some spend the night binge-watching every Stephen King movie ever made. Other party hop hoping to win at least one of the dozens of costume contests. Others prefer to stay home and hand out candy to hundreds of...

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How A Covington Personal Injury Attorney Gives Back

Initially formed in 1883, the Georgia Bar Association began as a voluntary professional association of Georgia lawyers. The organization provided a variety of benefits to members, but because membership was not mandatory, the association lacked the power to address significant issues. Seeking the ability to address statewide concerns and work toward important legislation, the Georgia Bar Association began advocating...

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| Read Time: 4 minutes | Car Accident

What To Do If You Are Hit By A Federal, State, or City Employee

Car accidents that involve government workers Accidents and their repercussions are an ever-reoccurring fact of life. Some accidents leave personal injury victims with moderate to severe injuries or loss of property, and it only makes sense that who caused the crash should be in charge of paying for the damage that the accident caused. The best way to ensure...

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Community Support For Vital Services

Strong, safe communities have deep roots. Organizations like Rockdale Emergency Relief are crucial to keeping our local community protected and healthy. Founded in 1967, Rockdale Emergency Relief is the longest-serving organization solely dedicated to Rockdale County residents in need of assistance. As a resident of Rockdale County, it’s important to support your fellow neighbors. There are a number of...

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Pharmaceutical Company Liability

Liability for Pharmaceutical Drug Companies By law, drug manufacturers are required to produce prescription drugs and medical devices that are safe and free from unreasonably dangerous defects. Meaning that pharmaceutical companies must design, manufacture, and sell prescription medicines and all medical devices that are safe and conform to the regulations and obligations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...

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Can You Sue Drug Companies?

Pharmaceutical Drug Injury Law Do you have any legal rights if you have experienced an injury or a serious illness after taking a dangerous drug or supplement? If, so you may have been wondering against whom you would file a drug claim. Would it be the pharmacy or the doctor who prescribed the drug? Can you sue a pharmaceutical...

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How Do I Prove I Was Hit By Someone Texting and Driving?

The dangers of driving while intoxicated are well-publicized, but a new form of distracted driving could be even more deadly: texting and driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that texting while driving is more dangerous than driving with a blood-alcohol level of .08, which is considered legally intoxicated it almost every state.In fact, a collision is...

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