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The attorneys at Buzzell, Welsh & Hill are pleased to announce that attorney Joshua Carroll has been recognized as 2020 Rising Star on the Georgia Super Lawyers list. Carroll has been included since 2012. Each year, Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters company, evaluates attorneys from across the United States for an annual roundup of top ... Read More
Over the past few years, ride-sharing has become the new norm for getting from one place to another. It’s now common for people to take a Lyft to the airport instead of paying for extended parking. Folks enjoying a night out will often call an Uber, rather than choose a designated driver. The cost is ... Read More
An average of 30 people die every day in the United States in drunk-driving crashes. That number, which comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is one to remember the next time a friend leaves a party under the influence, or a family member says he “has a high tolerance,” or a coworker grabs ... Read More
Dogs are often our constant companions—valued members of our family and lifelong friends. But as close as we sometimes become to them, dogs are still animals that can become scared, defensive or even vicious. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year. Of those, more ... Read More
Just a few generations ago, child safety restraints were practically unheard of. Babies sometimes rode in lightweight cloth containers—similar in style to a bucket swing—but that was just to keep them in one place. It wasn’t until the 1970s that many drivers began to use something similar to what we’d think of today as a ... Read More