Nursing Home Residents’ Rights Protected by New Rule Removing Arbitration

October 5th, 2016|

Nursing Home Residents’ Rights Protected by New Rule Residents of nursing homes tend to consist of some of the most vulnerable members of society. From elder care to mental health

Stop In the Name of the Law

September 27th, 2016|

An attempt to detain an out-of-state, non-violent offender ended abruptly as the suspect collided head-on with another vehicle on Interstate 85 in Jackson County. Sherriff’s deputies attempted to pull over

I75 Truck Wreck Leads to Driver Facing Charges

August 26th, 2016|

Truck Driver In Custody After Pile-Up Crash An out-of-state truck driver faces multiple charges – including vehicular manslaughter – after he allegedly rear-ended another vehicle and triggered a multi-vehicle crash.

Georgia Chemical Spill Raises Long Term Liability Questions

August 19th, 2016|

On Saturday, August 13th , Smyrna, GA based Apollo Technologies leaked 2,000 gallons of a caustic automotive cleaning solvent into a Cobb County Creek. Caustic automotive solvent is a chemical

Pick Your Parking Place

August 9th, 2016|

It's [not] a great day for justice down at the Capitol!  We all have to follow the rules when it comes to driving AND parking on our roads.  Here, an

Rapper Continues To Struggle With Serious Injury

August 8th, 2016|

An Atlanta hip-hop artist that has seen a meteoric rise to fame in only a few months faces an uncertain future, after the apparent loss of his right eye following