In Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. et al v. Parker, A06A2277 (2007), the Court of Appeals ruled that it was error for the superior court to deny the Employer and Insurer's motion to have a judgment vacated and reentered so they could seek appeal in the Court of Appeals. ... Continue Reading
Recent media sources report that some home and office laser printers pose serious health risks and may spew out as much particulate matter as a cigarette smoker inhales. ... Continue Reading
I have had the opportunity to assist insurance carriers with subrogation recovery for many more years that I care to think about. What follows are five "random thoughts" that I would like to share with you based upon my experiences as subrogation counsel. ... Continue Reading
O.C.G.A. §34-9-104(a)(2), first enacted in 1992 as part of a substantial revision of the Workers' Compensation Act, has proven invaluable to employers and insurers in reducing their overall economic exposure in cases where a claimant has been released to return to light-duty work by the authorized treating physician but, for any number of reasons, has failed to do so. ... Continue Reading
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