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Monthly Archives: December 2022


When Police & Other Government Employees Cause Wrongful Death Through Negligence

By Buzzell, Welsh & Hill |

Every year, thousands of innocent, unarmed citizens are negligently killed by police, either directly or even indirectly through negligence, and more and more cities are being sued by their families in connection with wrongful death claims. Some of these incidents occur as a result of calls from concerned family members, who call because a… Read More »

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When Roofing Contractors & Construction Employers Expose Workers To Danger

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The leading cause of injuries and death for workers in the construction industry is linked to hazards related to falls. According to the Bureau of Labor, out of 1,008 construction fatalities that occurred in just one year, more than 350 of them (or 33 percent) were due to fatal falls to a lower level…. Read More »

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Can Car Accident Victims Sue Multiple Defendants?

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As Macon car accident attorneys, we regularly assist people who have been injured in accidents as the result of more than one party’s negligence. Georgia is what’s known as a modified comparative negligence state, which means that fault for any given accident can be apportioned between the responsible defendants, and even the injured plaintiff,… Read More »

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Georgia Car Accidents Leads To $1.7 Billion Damages Against Ford Automaker

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In mid-November, the families of a couple who died in a tragic rollover accident here in Georgia due to a dangerously defective roof on their F-250 Ford Motor Co. pickup truck asked the courts to maintain the $1.7 billion verdict that was entered against Ford the previous week. The case marked a landmark decision… Read More »

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New Reports Indicate Concerning Trends For Workers In Need Of Workers’ Comp

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The National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) recently released its report concerning trends for workers, noting three particular workers’ compensation trends that are troubling for those who get injured or ill in the workplace, as we discuss below. Changes at State Level Total benefits paid decreased in 40 states. While COVID was a factor,… Read More »

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Third Party Responsibility In Holiday Car Accidents

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According to the American Safety Council, after the 4th of July, Thanksgiving is the second most dangerous holiday, with more than 500 people dying on U.S. roads during the holiday period. This is likely due to a number of factors, including distracted, fatigued, and rushed driving, as well as some choosing to engage in… Read More »

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