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Join us as we travel to Buchanan, Georgia to the GPAA farm claim to do some prospecting on Beech Creek. We had a great day and we found a little bit of gold. Hope you enjoy! BTW: I exported the video 3 times, and compressed it 5 or 6 times trying to get an odd beep out that appeared in it in two places, the middle and the end. I never got out the beep, but it's not too bad. Anyway, here's the episode 99.8% awesome! lol :)
Ryan Meighan is a workers compensation attorney in Atlanta, GA at Dan Chapman & Associates. Ryan talks about how the insurance companies and employers will trick you with a pre-existing injury and the connection to workers compensation.
Russia Georgia Crisis Continues - Reports Claim Russian Troops Remain In Georgia Russian forces have "changed their mind" about leaving the flashpoint Georgian town of Gori and are not withdrawing, a Georgian interior ministry spokesman said Thursday a day aftert Georgian President Saakashvilli said troops were advancing towards Tbilsi. -- claims Moscow said were not true. In Washington, President Bush ordered Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to Tbilisi to show what he called "unwavering" U.S. support for the former Soviet republic. 08/14/08 http://www.infolive.tv/en/infolive.tv-27461-israelnews-russia-georgia-crisis-continues-reports-claim-russian-troops-remain-
Georgia personal injury lawyer Ben Sessions discusses what you must do to begin to make a claim against the State of Georgia for personal injuries caused by a State employee. The Sessions Law Firm, LLC 115 M.L.K., Jr., Dr., SW, #410 Atlanta, GA 30303 Tel: (470) 225-7710
Knee injuries can create long term impairments and limitations on your ability to work. Therefore, if you hurt your knee on the job, you should not hesitate or delay reporting your injury as a workers’ compensation claim to your supervisor. More often than not, your knee injury will require some sort of treatment and there is no benefit to you in waiting to report it as a workers’ compensation claim. As I discuss in this video, almost any type of serious injury requires an MRI scan for an accurate diagnosis. Your employer’s posted panel doctor will likely not order an MRI - they are costly diagnostic tests - but will likely prescribe rest, a brace or physical therapy. I also suggest that you take photos of your damaged knee to document swelling, discoloration and limited movement. If...
Regardless of whether you have been injured in a car accident, you do have a claim for the damage done to your car. In the insurance world this is called a property claim or property damage claim. The good news is, if you have not been injured in a car accident you do not need a lawyer to help you make your property claim. But, if you have been injured and are also making a property claim you should speak with a lawyer prior to signing any documents to make sure you are not accepting a settlement for your injuries. Inadvertently accepting an injury settlement would end your claim may leave you accepting a lot less compensation then the insurance is responsible to pay. Which insurance company do you make the claim with? You can make a claim with the other driver’s insurance or your own i...
Penelope Morris - Senior Attorney at Dan Chapman & Associates If you have been denied Social Security Disability Benefits then you might have a case. Please give us a call at 1-800-321-4477 - or visit http://danchapmanlaw.com/social-security-denied-claims/
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A medical malpractice claim generally involves a catastrophic injury: death, lost of function, brain damage. The attorney must have experience, and experts to review the records. Does your attorney ever go to trial? This type of case cannot be settled without trial.
Visit us today at http://cochranfirmatlantaworkerscompensation.com/ or call (404) 222-9922. In this video, Workers' Compensation Attorney Andre’ Ramsay answers, How Long Do You Have to File a Claim in Georgia? [TRANSCRIPT] Hi, I'm Attorney Andre’ Ramsay with the Cochran Firm in Atlanta. Now, how long do you have to file a workers’ compensation claim in order to get the benefits that you need? Georgia allows you 30 days in order to file notice of your injury to your employer. At that point, your employer is supposed to notify the insurance company of the claim so we can start getting you the benefits you need. But just because you're given 30 days to file notice of your injury, doesn't mean you should take the 30 days. Why not file it immediately? The sooner you file your injury rep...
https://www.bolingriceatlanta.com Learn what damages are available to the family suffering from the loss of a loved one in Georgia from wrongful death lawyer Theodore A. Spaulding with the Atlanta law firm at Boling Rice LLC. Discover what can and cannot be recovered in wrongful death cases in Georgia and how theses damages are recovered.
Sometimes, injured workers can file a workers’ comp claim by themselves without a lawyer. However, there is no reason to not speak to an attorney about your situation first. At our law firm in Macon, Georgia, we offer free consultations to injured employees about their workers’ comp claims. In some situations, we recommend the person file by themselves and offer some guidance to do so. In other cases, we might point out potential problems the claim may bring. In this video, workers’ comp attorney Karen Robertson explains some of the problems a person may face in their claim is denied and they do not have a lawyer. Visit www.wefightformacon.com or call 1-888-WE-FIGHT (1-888-933-4448). Transcript: If you are denied workers' compensation, there are several ways that can happen: one, there ca...
There is a certain power in being the first to do something. When it comes to wine, that distinction has been a bit up for grabs. But a recent archaeological discovery may have pinpointed the origins of the simple, but incredibly complicated, origins of wine. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/georgia-lays-claim-to-origins-of-wine/4132197.html
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Voters in Georgia have been choosing a new parliament. Official results are not out yet but both major parties say they have won. President Mikheil Saakashvili, who led a revolution against Russian-influence 8 years ago, says the opposition wants to turn back the clock. But for many voters, the main issues are much closer to home. Al Jazeera's Robin Forestier-Walker reports from Tbilisi.