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By Melody C. Kiella, Jennifer E. Parrott
Five years ago, Congress passed the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act of 2012, which ordered the Secretary of Transportation to regulate commercial motor vehicles ...
By Charles G. Hoey
The opioid crisis in America is frequently in the news and should be. Opioids have caused an enormous cost increase for workers' compensation employers and insurers.
By Ryan M. Hathcock
Following an injury arising out of and in the course of employment, Georgia's workers' compensation laws require an employer/insurer to pay workers' compensation benefits ...
By Melody C. Kiella
Before I was a practicing civil defense lawyer the word "reptile" would have conjured up images of tetrapod animals such as snakes, lizards, crocodiles, and turtles.
By Charles G. Hoey
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) initiated additional guidelines and information regarding the proper use of opioids and to educate doctors and patients about the opioids epidemic.
By Drew Eckl & Farnham, LLP
In 2012, the Georgia legislature enacted the Georgia Motor Carrier Act of 2012.
By G. Randall Moody
Randy Moody presented "Abominable Snowball: Damages in Injury Cases Related to Opioid Use" which covered information on the damages related to opioid drugs in bodily injury cases at the 2018 Winter Conference ...
By Christy Walsh
The #MeToo movement has brought to light the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace. We know that training your employees and management on the proper conduct is a top priority and we are here to help.
By Taylor S. Poncz
Illegal alien status and its role in the workers' compensation arena has always been a hot topic, but it is hotter than ever right now, at least in large part due to our current political climate.
By Mary Alice Jasperse
Property owners may see many benefits to financing the sale of property themselves, including a higher sale price and a more expedient closing.
By Sherrill N. Britt
In this day and age, employees are required to lodge away from home for days and weeks at a time to be near an employer's job site or to conduct business for the employer.
By Thomas M. Whitley
The affirmative defense of willful misconduct has seen several dramatic changes in the last few years, with decisions from the Georgia Court of Appeals and now the Georgia Supreme Court.