Motor vehicle accidents are common when weather conditions are unusual for the state. Georgia doesn't often get heavy snow, but hurricanes, tornadoes and other environmental events can impact traffic and the way people drive.
No matter who you are, it's never a good idea to drive without obeying the traffic laws. Whether it's texting behind the wheel, speeding or drinking and driving, those actions could set you up for a fall.
There are always a lot of safety hazards at a construction site. Some of them could be the risk of falls from scaffolding, the risk of getting hit by transportation vehicles or getting hit by objects flying from aside or above.
While there is a potential for on-the-job injury in nearly every workplace, some jobs come with much more risk than others. A new study has ranked the jobs with the highest fatality rates. These are the jobs where workers face serious dangers day in and day out.
If you're hurt on the job, it's a good idea to get in touch with your workers' compensation attorney. While you can make a claim on your own, it's always a good idea to have someone on your side who knows the laws in your state and how to make sure your claim is handled properly.
There is no question that the Social Security Disability (SSD) program takes a long time. When you apply, you may have to wait several months or years for the initial decision. In most cases, people do not have their first application approved. As a result, you may have to wait years for approval during the appeals process.