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Spring thaws can lead to parking lot slip and falls

A lot of people are cautious during bad weather and are on the watch for parking lot dangers like ice and snow. However, when the weather starts to warm up, people can start to get less cautious—and they don't realize just how dangerous some parking lots have become over the winter months.

What to do if you get bitten by a dog

No matter how sweet a dog is, there is always a possibility it could bite someone. Many bites are superficial and not serious. You may not even follow up if you are bitten, but there might be other circumstances in which you want to pursue legal action to get reimbursement for medical bills, lost wages and permanent injury.

Speeding police officer potentially at fault for accident death

When someone is charged criminally for their involvement in a vehicle accident, it does seem to point to their fault in the matter. Keep in mind, though, that being charged isn't the same thing as being guilty or being convicted. Even if someone is convicted, a civil settlement still requires a civil lawsuit. Families who have lost someone in a tragic accident might want to speak with a personal injury or wrongful death lawyer to find out what actions they can take civilly.

Georgia ranks high for dog bite claims

Millions of Americans suffer dog bites every year, and the problem appears to be particularly pervasive in Georgia. According to the Insurance Journal, Georgia ranked ninth in the nation in 2014 for dog bite insurance claims, with the average cost of each claim filed in the state clocking in at $31,497. In most cases, homeowner's insurance, or renter's insurance, are the types of policies that cover dog bites.

Know your rights for workers' compensation benefits

In our previous blog post, we discussed workers' compensation and some of the limitations that are present with the coverage. If you were injured in an accident at work or suffer from a work-related illness, you might opt to claim workers' compensation benefits. We know that this can be difficult to decide because you might be ready to work.

Know the limits and requirements for workers' compensation

When you are injured at work, you should take steps immediately to let your employer know about the injury. This notification is the first thing that you have to do. Even if you don't think the injury is very serious, you should still make a report just in case issues from the injury become apparent later.

Contact a Rome, Georgia, Car/Truck Accident Attorney

Speak with the lawyers at Gammon, Anderson & McFall in Cedartown or Rome, Georgia, by calling (770) 574-4925 for a free initial consultation. You may also complete our online contact form. For your convenience, evening and weekend appointments are available by request. We also travel to see you if you are unable to come in for an appointment.

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