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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

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Georgia is a Comparative Fault State: What Does That Mean?

2017-09-30T13:02:56+00:00 By |

Earlier this year in Columbia County, Georgia, an intoxicated woman with a blood alcohol level (BAC) of 0.451, more than five times the legal limit of 0.08, turned left into a gas station right in the path of an oncoming pick-up truck. The pick-up truck plowed into the passenger side of the woman’s vehicle. Six children between [...]

Gross Negligence and the Gym

2017-09-19T21:10:22+00:00 By |

Every year, thousands of people are injured while working out at their gym or taking exercise classes at the health club. Accidents may occur due to poorly maintained equipment, wet floors, bacterial-filled mats or other hazards. You may think that if this happens to you, the gym will pay for your medical expenses and reimburse you for [...]

Bus Stops & Dog Bites

2017-09-01T23:13:51+00:00 By |

With students heading back to school, parents have a lot to be concerned about. What will the new teachers be like? Will their student like school and strive to get good grades? With their student make new friends easily or be bullied? How far will they have to walk to and from the bus stop [...]

Personal Injury and Rental Properties

2017-08-21T23:20:47+00:00 By |

Last June, almost midnight, with the sound of torrential rain beating on the roof and buckets of water pouring into their homes, Residents of an Atlanta apartment complex evacuated their apartments just minutes before the roof collapsed into the building. At least a dozen families were left with no home, ruined possessions, and nowhere to [...]

Drownings in Public Pools

2017-07-31T23:04:49+00:00 By |

In May 2017, four Georgia children drowned in public pools. One of them was a 3-year-old boy from Forsyth County. Another child from Forsyth County nearly drowned in a neighborhood pool where there were other people nearby. It is being referred to by authorities as a “witnessed drowning.” Fortunately, after being in critical condition and [...]

Supermarket Slips and Falls

2017-07-29T14:39:20+00:00 By |

When you head to the grocery store, your plan may be to take your time, start at one end of the store and walk up and down the aisles, reading labels until you find yourself ready to head for check-out. Or, you may park outside for just a moment so you can run in quickly and [...]

How to Prove Pain and Suffering

2017-05-15T22:33:05+00:00 By |

You were injured in an accident. You have consulted with an attorney who has agreed to pursue your claim for damages against the negligent person or entity responsible for your injuries. You understand that, among other damages, your attorney will ask for you to be compensated for your pain and suffering. Just what does that [...]