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Are Babysitters Liable for Injuries? Published in negligence on March 15, 2020.

Babysitters give parents a much-needed reprieve from the stress of juggling childcare with daily life. While most babysitters are prepared to act responsibly, some untrained caregivers may act carelessly or ignorantly and contribute to a serious injury. If you rely on a professional or part-time babysitter during the workday or occasional night off, this is what you should know about… 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

What is a Single Car Accident, How Common Are They? Published in Car Accidents,negligence,Personal Injury on August 7, 2017.

There’s no denying that it’s stressful, frightening, and often embarrassing to be involved in an automobile accident – as well as straining on one’s finances. However, when you’re in an accident that involves only one vehicle, all those negative emotions and stigma feel especially strong. Of course, the driver isn’t always automatically at fault, even in a single-vehicle crash, and… READ MORE

Comparative Negligence vs. Contributory Negligence Published in negligence on September 28, 2016.

Imagine the Following Scenarios: Accident #1- Sally is in her car and is in a hurry because she is late for work. Sally is speeding, but Tom runs a stop sign and T-bone’s Sally. Accident #2- Sally is in her car, stopped at a stop sign, when Tom traveling behind Sally slams into the back of Sally. Results: Under both… READ MORE

What’s the “July Effect” and What Are the Legal Implications? Published in Liability,negligence on May 26, 2016.

The “July Effect” is more ominous than it sounds. It has nothing to do with sunny weather, an influx of tourists, or the start of summer – instead, it’s the euphemism given to the time of year when US medical students, interns, and residents take on new clinical responsibilities, sometimes with dire consequences. Although hospitals around America have historically denied any… READ MORE