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Georgia Highways are Dangerous Enough

Big trucks on the road are dangerous for many reasons. Unfortunately, passenger cars and motorcycles just can’t compete with the sheer size and weight of commercial trucks. If some businesses get their way, commercial trucks are only going to get bigger. Currently, commercial trucks can haul two 28-foot trailers. However, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed […]

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Defining Personal Injury Law

November 16, 2015 Council and Associates LLC General

Personal injury law protects your rights when you or your property is injured or damaged because of the negligence or intentions of another. Personal injury law holds the person or entity responsible for your injuries, and allows you to use the legal system to obtain damages or compensation for your losses.  There are a wide […]

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Sheltering Arms Fires Worker Accused of Tossing Child

November 9, 2015 Council and Associates LLC General

Recently, local news released surveillance video from March 2015 showing a male Sheltering Arms daycare worker toss a 5-year-old child to the floor. Whether the worker’s actions were in anger or he and the child were engaging in rough play is unknown, however, a few minutes after the incident, the video shows the worker comforting […]

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Recent White House Security Breaches a Reminder That Lax Security Measures on Private Premises Could Give Rise to Damages for Negligent Security

What Are Negligent Security Claims? As the White House tightens its internal security measures after two high profile security failures in just two months, the nation’s focus has turned to our personal safety and security. We all expect a certain level of safety and security as we carry out our daily pursuits, and Georgia law […]

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You’ve Been Served…on Facebook.

Recently, a family court judge in New York City agreed to allow a Staten Island man to deliver a summons to his ex-wife via Facebook. It is believed that this is the first time that a judge has allowed service by Facebook to occur in the United States. Judge Gregory Gliedman determined that service by […]

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Recognizing and Reporting Day Care Abuse

Signs of Abuse There are several forms of abuse you must be aware of to adequately protect your children. Day care abuse may be physical, sexual, verbal, psychological, or the result of improper supervision. Physical abuse occurs when a day care provider uses any unreasonable physical force against your child. Sexual abuse occurs when a […]

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National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 19-25: Does Your Young Driver Understand the Rules of The Road?

October 10, 2014 Council and Associates LLC Safety Tips

Car Crashes Cause More Teen Deaths Than Homicide, Suicide or Illness Combined  Automobile crashes are the leading cause of death among U.S. teenagers. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), teen drivers between ages 16 and 19 are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash than drivers aged 20 and […]

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Labor Day Weekend Means Beaches, Barbeques, and Heightened DUI Enforcement

August 28, 2014 Council and Associates LLC Safety Tips

Georgia Law Enforcement Officials are Cracking Down on Drunk Drivers During the Labor Day Weekend Labor Day signals the official end of summer and the kick off of the new school and work year. Families and friends throughout Georgia usually say goodbye to summer in a big, celebratory way. Beach trips, cookouts, baseball games and […]

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