News & Personal Injury Blog
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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 and family law. Virginia grew up in Pine Mountain, Georgia, near Callaway Gardens, and attended college at Georgia Southern University. She made her way to Macon ... 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 With picturesque pumpkin patches, spooky decorations and costume reveals, autumn lends itself to social media. There’s plenty to fill the grid (or feed) with this time of year, and for many folks, photographing, documenting and sharing is a daily part of life—no matter the season. But when you’ve been involved in an accident, it’s time ... Read More Whether they are teaching virtually or masking up for in-person learning, our teachers are giving it their all right now. To show our appreciation, we wanted to thank two Macon teachers through a Facebook campaign called Treats for Teachers. The campaign asked that members of the Macon community nominate a teacher who is deserving of ... Read More