Burns can be caused by fires or flames, electricity, hot liquids or steam, heated objects or chemicals. A number of factors determine whether you'll be left with minor or severe burns. If it's serious enough that it causes your skin to crack, then you may develop an infection that if left untreated, can turn into sepsis, a life-threatening condition.
In some areas, those looking to sell their homes are required to disclose any number of things about it to potential buyers. This includes whether there's the potential that lead-based paint was used there if a crime has been committed at the home or something else. Many of these home disclosures don't have to be made in Georgia though.
A 22-year-old Augusta man was stuck and killed while walking near the intersection of Interstate 520 East and Gordon Highway on Oct. 3. Police first started receiving calls about a 2015 Honda Accord having allegedly struck the man just after 11:22 p.m. that day.
If you've looked into purchasing or renting a piece of land or real estate, then you've likely seen where it's been listed as being zoned "R," "C," or "I". These stand for residential, commercial or industrial. There are other designations such as agricultural, rural and historic zoning as well. An owner may be restricted on how they can use their property based on how it's zoned.
One of the most severely burned LaGrange firefighters who was injured while fighting an early morning house fire on Labor Day underwent his sixth surgery at Augusta Burn Center on Sept. 26. At least 35 percent of his body was burned in the fast-spreading blaze.
If your Georgia business is dealing with people and money, chances are, at some point, you will also be dealing with a lawsuit. You may have taken every possible step to avoid it. Your contracts are solid, and your employees have received comprehensive training. Nevertheless, you are now defending your company in civil court.