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By Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
Supreme Court Of Georgia Oral Arguments
By Dana Schwartzenfeld
Let's consider the simplest possible workers' compensation scenario. An employee is injured on the job. There is a clear incident.
By Paul Wildes
To insulate carriers from workers' compensation liability, one option commonly utilized is contingent liability insurance.
By Earl R. King, Jr.
Recreational marijuana is now legal in more states than ever before.
By Emily M. Shuman
As of September 1, 2018, adoptions in Georgia are easier. The state's Adoption Code was significantly revised, adding clarity and modernity to some laws not touched since 1990.
By Meredith Guerrero
Employers should investigate all reports of harassment, even those that seem to lack credibility.
By Whitney Lay Greene
Until 1980, Medicare was the primary payer for all medical services covered by Medicare except those covered by Worker's Compensation.
By Kayla Chen
With increasing regularity, our practice continues to encounter employers who utilize transitional charitable light-duty placement when they are unable to accommodate injured workers' work restrictions.
By Janeen E. Smith
Litigation arising from allegations of food poisoning is common and often costly.
By Ryan M. Hathcock
The current trend in the construction industry involves the acquisition of specialized laborers and contractors to perform the various tasks required to complete each aspect of a given project.
By Melody C. Kiella
Attorney Melody Kiella was featured in the Articles of Note section for DRI's Raising the Bar, a newsletter for the Young Lawyer Committee.
By Melody C. Kiella
We've all heard the adage that "the best defense is a good offense."
By Thomas C. Cauthen
When the law surrounding the idiopathic defense to on-the-job injuries is so often misunderstood, misconstrued, and misapplied by judges and lawyers, it can be very difficult for the average claims adjuster or employer...
By Camile Hart
Maintaining a website is a necessary and important aspect of many businesses.
By Melody C. Kiella
WWhen I was a young, na´ve college student contemplating career paths, I imagined a life where I could have it all. At that time, my idea of "having it all" included a husband and children