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Delivery Truck Accidents Right in Your Neighborhood Published in truck accident on January 13, 2020.

Increasingly, everyone buys many things online. From furniture to toothpaste, people are making their purchases on their devices, and these purchases are brought to us courtesy of delivery trucks and vans – some of which are quite large. This means that our neighborhoods see more and more delivery trucks, and as a result, delivery truck accidents are on the rise.… READ MORE

Winter Road Trips Can Involve Accidents Published in Car Accidents on January 7, 2020.

When you head out to your holiday destination this year, take the necessary precautions to help make it a safe trip. And if a negligent motorist leaves you or someone you love injured, consult with a Macon car accident attorney. Increased Risks during the Holidays The fact is that there are a variety of factors that increase the risk of… READ MORE

Workers’ Compensation for Commercial Drivers Published in truck accident,Workers Compensation on December 30, 2019.

Driving a truck – or another kind of commercial vehicle – is among the most dangerous jobs out there. Commercial trucks are massive machines that travel our highways and byways, and truck accidents are exceedingly dangerous. Further, commercial truckers often put in long, sedentary hours – with mandatory wait times attached. Commercial drivers are also responsible for checking their rigs,… READ MORE

Does Working Overtime Increase the Risks of Job-Related Injuries? Published in Workers Compensation on December 16, 2019.

The standard workday in the United States is eight hours, and this standard was created for some very good reasons that include employee health and safety. Many companies ask their staff to put in extra hours – known as overtime – and both employers and employees can benefit from this approach.  Employees are generally paid higher wages for the overtime… READ MORE

Watch Out for More Trucks on the Road at the End of the Year Published in truck accident,Uncategorized on December 9, 2019.

Trucks drive our economy. After all, they deliver the goods that we, as consumers, demand. And demand is never higher than around the holiday season at the end of each year. Commercial trucks are a big part of the traffic we deal with every day, but as we head toward the end of the year, expect to see more of… READ MORE

Intoxicated Drivers Are a Huge Risk during the Holidays Published in Car Accidents on December 2, 2019.

The holidays are nearly upon us, and that means there’s a lot to look forward to. The holidays also mean, however, that there are more  drivers on the road – and increased accidents are the result. The holidays and adult beverages often go together, but when motorists fail to take their responsibility to drive safely seriously by getting behind the… READ MORE

Appealing a Denied Workers’ Compensation Claim Published in Workers Compensation on November 26, 2019.

If you have suffered an injury or illness while you were at your job and while you were working in the course of your employment, you are likely entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. In some instances, however, employers and their insurance companies deny these benefits for workers’ compensation. For example, your employer might allege that you were acting outside the… READ MORE

Truck Accidents in Rainy or Foggy Conditions Published in truck accident on November 20, 2019.

Truck accidents can occur in any weather conditions, but they are more likely when the weather is rainy or foggy. When road surfaces are wet, trucks can hydroplane, causing them to collide with other vehicles. Moreover, foggy conditions can reduce visibility, leading to a collision with another vehicle. Some truck drivers fail to operate their vehicles in accordance with the… READ MORE

How to Prove Nursing Home Negligence in Macon Published in negligence,nursing home abuse on November 17, 2019.

The elderly comprise one of the most vulnerable groups of people. When your older loved one is no longer able to care for themselves, you might end up moving them into a nursing home. Unfortunately, older adults are not always cared for in the way they should be, and many are victims of neglect. If you are in the Macon,… READ MORE

Deadly Construction Accident in Downtown Macon Published in Uncategorized on November 12, 2019.

A deadly construction accident recently occurred at a worksite that was located near Spring Street, located in downtown Macon. The accident occurred when one of the construction workers fell from a bridge that was approximately 30 feet tall.  The September 6, 2019, incident involved metal decking that was located at the top of a bridge. When the decking unexpectedly collapsed,… READ MORE

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  • Delivery Truck Accidents Right in Your Neighborhood
    Increasingly, everyone buys many things online. From furniture to toothpaste, people are making their purchases on their devices, and these purchases are brought to us courtesy of delivery trucks and vans – some of which are quite large. This means that our neighborhoods see more and more delivery trucks, and as a result, delivery truck […]
  • Winter Road Trips Can Involve Accidents
    When you head out to your holiday destination this year, take the necessary precautions to help make it a safe trip. And if a negligent motorist leaves you or someone you love injured, consult with a Macon car accident attorney. Increased Risks during the Holidays The fact is that there are a variety of factors […]
  • Workers’ Compensation for Commercial Drivers
    Driving a truck – or another kind of commercial vehicle – is among the most dangerous jobs out there. Commercial trucks are massive machines that travel our highways and byways, and truck accidents are exceedingly dangerous. Further, commercial truckers often put in long, sedentary hours – with mandatory wait times attached. Commercial drivers are also […]
  • Does Working Overtime Increase the Risks of Job-Related Injuries?
    The standard workday in the United States is eight hours, and this standard was created for some very good reasons that include employee health and safety. Many companies ask their staff to put in extra hours – known as overtime – and both employers and employees can benefit from this approach.  Employees are generally paid […]