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Slip and Falls are Common in Large Retail Stores Published in slip and fall accidents on July 22, 2019.

When you’re out enjoying a day of shopping at a retail store, the last thing you probably expect is to experience a serious slip and fall accident. Unfortunately, this scenario is more common than you might imagine. Spilled beverages, misplaced stock items, and other conditions can cause a slip and fall accident that results in a major injury. If you… READ MORE

Industries with Significant Risks of Fall Accidents Published in Uncategorized,Workers Compensation on July 9, 2019.

There is no good place to experience a serious accident, but incurring an injury at work can lead to some significant challenges. Working through the workers’ compensation claims process in Macon, Georgia, can be complicated and confusing. Depending on your employer, many companies will fight to reduce the compensation you’re awarded in order to keep their costs down. This can… READ MORE

Truck Drivers Who are Under the Influence of Marijuana Published in truck accident on July 2, 2019.

Over the last few years, many states have started to legalize marijuana. While there are arguable pros and cons to legalization, one of the challenges is identifying a driver who is under the influence of drugs while driving. Truck drivers are in an interesting position, as they travel across the country on a regular basis. In some states, it is… READ MORE

Injuries Associated with Explosions Published in Workers Compensation on June 25, 2019.

Explosion accidents that occur on the job in Georgia are unfortunately all too common. Some workers, depending upon where they work, are more at risk than others. Workers who are most at risk for suffering injuries in an explosion accident include mine workers, gas and oil workers, power plant workers, underground cable and sewer repair workers, and paint factory workers.… READ MORE

Car Wrecks Involving Ridesharing Vehicles Published in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on June 17, 2019.

Now more than ever, people rely upon ridesharing vehicles and companies, like Uber and Lyft, for transportation – especially in urban areas. However, these vehicles can still be involved in serious motor vehicle collisions. In some instances, the driver of the ridesharing vehicle might be to blame, while at other times, another motor vehicle driver might cause the accident. If… READ MORE

Negligent Maintenance Issues in Truck Crash Cases Published in truck accident on June 10, 2019.

Commercial trucks and tractor-trailers play a vital role when it comes to transporting goods in today’s economy. Since these large vehicles are in almost-constant use, they require significant amounts of maintenance every year. In addition to negatively impacting a business, a poorly maintained truck or tractor-trailer can present a safety hazard to all other vehicles on the roadway at a… READ MORE

What is the Process for a Workers’ Compensation Case in Macon? Published in Workers Compensation on June 4, 2019.

Injuries sustained while a worker is on the job can be sudden and painful. Fortunately, there is a mechanism in place by which injured workers can pursue compensation for those injuries from their employers. This process is known as workers’ compensation. When you are injured on the job, workers’ compensation could act as your safety net, allowing you to continue… READ MORE

The Most Common Injuries at Work Published in Workers Compensation on May 27, 2019.

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), a worker is injured in a workplace accident every 7 seconds. In many cases, these injuries occur in completely preventable accidents and leave victims with significant medical expenses, an inability to work, and lingering medical problems that can affect them for months or even years. Here are some of the most common injuries… READ MORE

Risks For Warehouse Workers Published in Infographics,Workers Compensation on May 6, 2019.

Our Macon workers compensation attorneys work with those who have been exposed to some of the most common warehouse risks.

The Hazards Warehouse Workers Face on the Job Published in Workers Compensation on April 23, 2019.

Anybody who has ever worked in a warehouse knows how hazardous it can be to your health. In just seconds you can be pinned under a palette, caught in equipment, or exposed to dangerous chemicals. It is incumbent upon owners to ensure that workers are safe and understand how to protect themselves from potentially dangerous situations. Macon workers compensation attorneys… READ MORE

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  • Industries with Significant Risks of Fall Accidents
    There is no good place to experience a serious accident, but incurring an injury at work can lead to some significant challenges. Working through the workers’ compensation claims process in Macon, Georgia, can be complicated and confusing. Depending on your employer, many companies will fight to reduce the compensation you’re awarded in order to keep […]
  • Truck Drivers Who are Under the Influence of Marijuana
    Over the last few years, many states have started to legalize marijuana. While there are arguable pros and cons to legalization, one of the challenges is identifying a driver who is under the influence of drugs while driving. Truck drivers are in an interesting position, as they travel across the country on a regular basis. […]
  • Injuries Associated with Explosions
    Explosion accidents that occur on the job in Georgia are unfortunately all too common. Some workers, depending upon where they work, are more at risk than others. Workers who are most at risk for suffering injuries in an explosion accident include mine workers, gas and oil workers, power plant workers, underground cable and sewer repair […]
  • Car Wrecks Involving Ridesharing Vehicles
    Now more than ever, people rely upon ridesharing vehicles and companies, like Uber and Lyft, for transportation – especially in urban areas. However, these vehicles can still be involved in serious motor vehicle collisions. In some instances, the driver of the ridesharing vehicle might be to blame, while at other times, another motor vehicle driver […]