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Whether you’re facing problems with car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice, or workers compensation, the Macon personal injury attorneys at Buzzell, Welsh & Hill are here for you. We are continually providing resources for you on our blog below. Your journey to getting the help you deserve starts here. We look forward to providing you with a free consultation; give us a call at (478) 787-0047.
As hard as this year has been for many, it’s also given most folks the chance to reflect on what’s important to them, what they miss and what they’re grateful for. Big things, like family, health, a home and a job seem more obviously precious than ever. Little things, like the ability to pick up ... Read More
In a year that’s moved more slowly than most, it can be hard to believe it’s almost the holiday season. This year, celebrations will look a little different, with many events scaled back or placed on hold. Still, it’s likely most folks will experience a little extra hustle and bustle over the coming months—making a ... Read More
The team at Buzzell, Welsh & Hill is happy to welcome Virginia Josey, a new associate attorney with the firm. She’ll practice personal injury law, workers’ compensation and domestic family law. Virginia grew up in Pine Mountain, Ga., near Callaway Gardens, and attended college at Georgia Southern. She made her way to Macon in 2016, ... Read More
Buzzell, Welsh & Hill would like to congratulate attorney Chloe Thompson on her recent completion of the Georgia Bar Examination. We are excited to announce that Chloe has been granted provisional licensure to practice law in Georgia while she awaits her bar exam results. Chloe has been with our firm since law school, starting off ... Read More
This Halloween, the CDC is recommending folks take some extra precautions while enjoying the season. For some families, this will mean holding off on trick-or-treating until next year, instead organizing spooky outdoor movie nights, pumpkin carving contests or costume parades. For others, trick-or-treating will be scaled back, with individually bagged treats, social distancing and masks ... Read More