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Defamation- Libel vs. Slander. The Truth Will Set You Free! Published in Defamation,Libel,Slander on December 12, 2016.

Personal injury doesn’t always take the form of physical harm. Many civil cases in Georgia deal instead with injuries to one’s reputation. If someone harmed you or your company with a publicized falsehood, you may have grounds to sue under the legal theory of defamation. Learn the difference between defamation, libel, and slander to better protect yourself from this type… READ MORE

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