Penalties for Failing to Provide Workers’ Compensation in Georgia
Stephen Hasner | Workers' Compensation | December 15, 2020
Under Georgia law, any company that retains at least three employees is required to provide workers’ compensation insurance coverage. If the company does not provide workers’ compensation benefits, they can be held accountable by the […]
What Happens If Your Insurance Claim is Denied in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | December 3, 2020
We buy insurance to help cover losses that could break us if we had to pay them out of pocket. Car insurance, health insurance, property insurance, renter’s insurance, life insurance. All of these types of […]
Umbilical Cord Prolapse Birth Injury Claims
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | December 1, 2020
Most women go through pregnancy and labor without complications. However, some women have complications during pregnancy and/or labor. One problem that can occur during labor that can endanger the infant’s life is a prolapsed umbilical […]
Is a Motorcycle Really Worth the Cost in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Motorcycle Accidents | November 26, 2020
If you ask any motorcyclist, the answer to this question is “yes.” Riders enjoy being on the road on their motorcycle. Their reasons for purchasing a motorcycle might vary, but the love of riding a […]
What is a Coup-Contrecoup Brain Injury?
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | November 18, 2020
Coup-contrecoup is a French term that describes a type of brain injury. “Coup” means “blow” and “contrecoup” means “counterblow.” These injuries can occur in various areas of the brain and are considered to be a […]
Rear End-Collision Injuries and How You Can Recover
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | November 12, 2020
Rear-end collisions can cause severe injuries for all parties. Insurance companies downplay rear-end crashes as “minor fender benders” that do not result in severe injuries. While that might be true in some cases, it is […]
Teen Driving Laws in Georgia: What Every Teen and Parent Should Know
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | November 11, 2020
Getting a driver’s license is a rite of passage for teens all over the country. However, dating back to the 1990s, that rite of passage has been broken up into three stages by what are […]
How to Write a Settlement Demand Letter in Georgia
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | November 10, 2020
If your injuries were due to an accident or other incident involving negligence or wrongdoing, you might be entitled to compensation for your damages. Your damages may include financial losses, including medical bills and loss […]
What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean in Georgia?
Stephen Hasner | Car Accidents | November 3, 2020
Every year, hundreds and even thousands of individuals are injured in car accidents at intersections. While many of these accidents involve cars colliding with other vehicles, in some cases the accident is between a car […]
Tattoo Infections: Causes, Symptoms, & Legal Options
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | October 28, 2020
When a person gets a tattoo, they expect to have a bit of discomfort followed by an artistic statement that they can carry with them to enjoy. A person does not expect to get an […]