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Georgia's hand-free law not impacting distracted driving

It's hard to watch TV without encountering a cellphone commercial, as these devices are very appealing and used widely by residents in Georgia and other states across the nation. While these are very popular and reliable forms of technology, they do not hold a place in all environments. Using a cellphone while driving is not only dangerous but is deemed distracting. When it comes to distracted driving, the state of Georgia has taken active steps to help reduce the number of car accidents cased by drivers using their phone while driving.

How long do Georgia residents wait for disability hearings?

Social Security disability exists to protect those who can no longer earn a living wage. There are a variety of reasons why someone may find themselves in need of Social Security disability benefits. Many people require benefits after developing a debilitating illness, such as cancer or a degenerative disease like multiple sclerosis.

City worker killed in workplace accident

Going to work is common for Georgia residents, but going to work fearful that he or she will suffer serious and even fatal injuries is not as common. While there are some industries that are known to be dangerous, workers are still under the impression that proper safety steps have been taken to reduce the chances of a serious workplace accident.

How do you know if you are eligible for SSD benefits?

For most individuals in Georgia, they do not plan for tragedy to happen to them. However, many are aware that the unexpected does occur. Because of that, it is very common for individuals to purchase various insurance policies. Whether it is damage to a home, an automobile accident or a major health problem, these policies help address the financial pitfalls caused by the matter. However, what can one do if they are seriously injured and no longer able to work.

Helping you get the workers' comp that you deserve

When individuals in Georgia and elsewhere leave their home and head to work, they expect to return home in the same condition. In other words, employers do not expect to experience harms in the workplace, resulting in injuries, illness or even a disability. Unfortunately, any workplace could pose risks to workers, making it important for workers in all industries to explore their rights and options after suffering harm on-the-job.

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