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Buzzell, Welsh & Hill Announces $2,500 College Scholarship

Buzzell, Welsh & Hill Announces $2,500 College Scholarship

Buzzell, Welsh & Hill recently announced a $2,500 scholarship to help the next generation of college and technical students realize their educational and professional goals. Buzzell, Welsh & Hill plans to award the scholarship to one student annually. “We know it has become incredibly difficult for students to pay for the higher education they often ... Read More
 
The Makers of Roundup Hit by Massive $289 Million Lawsuit

The Makers of Roundup Hit by Massive $289 Million Lawsuit

A jury in California recently awarded a former groundskeeper $289 million in damages after he alleged his exposure to the popular weed killer Roundup caused his terminal cancer. Roundup Lawsuit Dewayne Johnson, who worked for several years as a school groundskeeper, applied Roundup and Ranger Pro, both made by the agrichemical giant Monsanto, up to ... Read More
 
What to Do if You’re Sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

What to Do if You’re Sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust

If you’re being sued by National Collegiate Student Loan Trust, you need to consult Macon attorneys Buzzell, Welsh & Hill. It’s possible that your student loan is uncollectable, meaning your debt could be wiped out. Due to skyrocketing tuition and fees, most students graduate today with some amount of debt. Federal loans still play a ... Read More
 
Fraudulent Truck Stop Fitness Exams

Fraudulent Truck Stop Fitness Exams

Drivers with dangerous health conditions have been certified to drive through a fraudulent scheme operated out of Atlanta. The drivers were approved to operate tractor trailers, large commercial vehicles and buses.
 
CALL TO ACTION: VOTE NO ON AMENDMENT 3

CALL TO ACTION: VOTE NO ON AMENDMENT 3

Keep Politicians Out of Judicial Ethics. Vote NO on Amendment 3. As you head to the polls, we urge you to vote NO on Amendment 3. Since 1970, Georgia has had an independent Judicial Qualifications Commission, required by the Georgia Constitution. Members of the commission are appointed by the Supreme Court, Governor and State Bar. ... Read More