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PRODUCT LIABILITY Published in on February 19, 2018.

Defective chemical tank design resulting in 3rd degree burns

TRACTOR TRAILER ACCIDENT Published in on February 19, 2018.

Defective chemical tank design resulting in 3rd degree burns

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT Published in on February 19, 2018.

Defective chemical tank design resulting in 3rd degree burns

DOG BITE Published in on February 19, 2018.

Defective chemical tank design resulting in 3rd degree burns

DOG BITE Published in on February 19, 2018.

Defective chemical tank design resulting in 3rd degree burns

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    Even a minor brain injury can be incredibly disruptive to a person’s life. A serious brain injury can permanently impact a person’s ability to walk, speak, work or care for themselves independently. In serious cases, a person who has experienced a traumatic brain injury may need 24-hour care. If an injury was caused by someone […]
  • Why you should retain an experienced Workers’ Compensation Lawyer
    People suffer injuries on the job all the time. However, most businesses that have five or more regular, full-time employees are legally required to carry workers’ compensation insurance in case an employee sustains an on-the-job injury or illness. Although a legitimate injury should automatically qualify a worker for receiving workers’ comp benefits, there are times […]
  • 9 things I should do after a car accident
    These steps are important to take after an accident. In the Macon, Georgia area, you can contact the law office of Nelson & Smith and speak with David Ricks about your case. For more information on our Macon Car Accident Lawyers, please visit our site. The post 9 things I should do after a car accident […]
  • Can you get dismissed while on Workers’ Compensation?
    Workers’ compensation is seen by most employers and employees as a safety net administered in each state to provide support for workers unable to work because of an injury. By the first week of September in the state of South Carolina, the total Part B and E total medical bills paid had reached more than […]