What Is Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Coverage?

When we ask clients to tell us about their automobile insurance coverage, “I have full coverage,” is usually the answer. The phrase “full coverage,” however, is misleading.  “Full coverage” generally refers only to having liability coverage (to protect you in the event you are liable, or at fault, for the accident) and comprehensive and collision […]

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Macon, GA Attorneys – LawCall Negligent Entrustment June 2016

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Macon Attorneys – Workers’ Comp January 2016

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Macon Lawyer – All About Injuries Jan 2016

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Macon Attorney – Car & Truck Wrecks May 2016

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Reynolds, Horne & Survant on LawCall June 2016

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Social Security Disability

This is a topic that scares many people because there is a lot of red tape, and you can really get bogged down in it. However, you should not be frightened of the process. If you think you’re disabled, there are good resources online to help you, and of course, we as lawyers like to […]

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How to Qualify for Social Security Benefits

We’ve all heard the horror stories of seriously disabled people being denied social security benefits. So, why do so many people need to hire a lawyer to fight the government? Gaining approval for Social Security benefits can be a long and arduous process, one that an attorney is trained to help you get through with […]

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How to Find a Personal Injury Attorney

This falls under the category: things you don’t think about until the need is urgent. How do you find the right lawyer for a personal injury damage claim? In today’s climate, with all of the advertising we see, it can be a confusing chore. One of the most important things is to know how you […]

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Suing a Pharmaceutical Company

Suing a big pharmaceutical company may seem like an uphill battle, and that is why you will want an experienced attorney to work on your case. In one such case, a man wants to sue the pharmaceutical company on behalf of his mother. He says that her doctor prescribed a medication that created an ulcer, […]

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How Much Insurance Do You Need?

If you have good primary and secondary health insurance, should you also purchase auto medical coverage? In the state of Georgia, you have a certain minimum limit of liability insurance, and that is 25/50. That means 25 per person and 50 for accident. You can get upper limited insurance, which would be 50/100 or 100/300. […]

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Family Law: Child Custody and Support

At what age may a child in the state of Georgia choose with which parent they will live? In Georgia, a child between the age of 11 and 14 can make an election of who they would like to live with. A judge will take their election into consideration when factoring in what is in […]

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Bankruptcy: Things You Should Know

Many people fear the stigma of filing for bankruptcy to escape debt. But what if you have no other options? The two consumer types of bankruptcy are Chapter 13 and Chapter 7. Many clients want to know how long a bankruptcy stays on their record. Chapter 13 runs for three to five years; it is […]

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Fired Based on Hearsay Claims – Is this legal

Fired Based on Hearsay Claims Adrian is calling to find out what his option are if he was fired over hearsay claims. In the state of Georgia, “at will” is enforced. An employer can fire you for any reason other than discrimination. Areas of discrimination are sex, age, religion, nationality, race, and gender.

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Do you get paid from your job while serving Jury Duty?

Do you get paid from your job while serving Jury Duty? If you are chosen for Jury Duty, then the employer must give you time off. Once you provide proof to the employer, you then are entitled to either the wages from the employer (in some cases) or from the county. But you must file […]

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