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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Mar 25, 2019

Can I Claim Workers’ Compensation if an Old Injury Comes Back?

By |March 25th, 2019|Workers Compensation|0 Comments

Putting in a claim for workers’ compensation benefits is commonplace in all types of workplaces in Tennessee and Georgia. There are many reasons why an employee might have to file a claim for these benefits, including suffering an injury in an accident on the property, while driving a company vehicle, or when traveling for work. But, can you claim workers’ compensation when a prior injury was exacerbated while doing something at work? What are some common pre-existing conditions? Some of the most common pre-existing conditions that employees have when filing for [...]

Mar 19, 2019

Girl Attacked by Emotional Support Dog at Airport

By |March 19th, 2019|Personal Injury|0 Comments

The mother of a five-year-old girl has filed a lawsuit after her daughter was attacked by an emotional support dog at the Portland International Airport. Other defendants named in the case are the dog’s owner and Alaska Airlines. The lawsuit claims that the airport allowed a dangerous breed of dog, a pit bull, to be in the airport without a carrier. The details of the attack According to the lawsuit, the attack took place in December of 2017. The girl who was attacked, Gabriella Gonzalez, was five years old. The lawsuit [...]

Mar 12, 2019

Am I Required to Use My Car Insurance Check for My Car Repair?

By |March 12th, 2019|Car Accident|0 Comments

If you have been the victim of a serious car accident, often the only way to continue driving your vehicle is to have it repaired. However, if your accident was relatively minor in nature – one that does not affect the functionality or safety of your car – you may be inclined to use your insurance check for other more pressing financial needs. The question is: Are you required to use the money you receive exclusively for your car repair, or can you pocket the money for other purposes? And does [...]

Mar 5, 2019

Is a Copy of a Will Valid for Probate if the Original Cannot Be Found?

By |March 5th, 2019|Probate|0 Comments

The final wishes of an individual are usually set forth in a document referred to as a last Will and Testament. In this document, the desired distribution of the deceased’s assets is explained. Due to the importance of a Will, not only for the deceased, but also for the deceased’s beneficiaries, it is often kept in a very secure location, such as a safety deposit box, a bank vault, or entrusted to an attorney. But what happens if the original of the Will cannot be located after the individual has passed [...]

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