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Is There A Limit To The Medical Records Available To An Employer/Insurer? Recent Rulings About The Scope Of Permissible Discovery

July 02, 2011 BY Def Admin | Workers Compensation

The retrieval and review of medical records is one of the most critical components of litigating a workers' compensation claim. O.C.G.A ... Continue Reading

Workers' Compensation Subrogation Update

June 05, 2011 BY Stephen Graham | Workers Compensation

It seems no one today is immune from the rising costs of health care. As a result, more and more insurers are seeking alternative ways in which to curb expenses and reduce ... Continue Reading

Who Owns The Parking Lot? – Ingress And Egress In Workers' Compensation Cases

June 04, 2011 BY John Adkisson | Workers Compensation

The general rule is that an injury that occurs when an employee is traveling to or from work is not compensable because the injury does not arise out ... Continue Reading

Spoliation – Innocent Mistakes Can Have Costly Consequences

June 03, 2011 BY Def Admin | General Liability

Spoliation is the "destruction or failure to preserve evidence that is necessary to contemplated or pending litigation." Kitchens v. Brusman, 303 Ga. App. ... Continue Reading

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H. Michael Bagley

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