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May 2019 Archives

Why choosing the wrong doctor may deny you compensation

After sustaining an injury at the workplace, you may want to go to your personal doctor for medical treatment. Naturally, people feel comfortable going to a doctor they know and trust. Unfortunately, you might be in for a nasty surprise if you try to get your medical bills covered by Georgia’s workers’ compensation law if your personal doctor treats you. Depending on the doctor you go to for treatment, your claim could be denied.

What will you give up if you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

When debt overwhelms a Georgia consumer, he or she may have to deal with things such as phone calls from creditors, constant hounding from debt collectors and the stress that comes from financial struggles. A person facing this type of situation may feel hopeless and unsure of what to do next.

What is the difference between a burglary and a robbery?

Many people in Georgia may use the terms "burglary" and "robbery" interchangeably. This is not really correct, however, as they describe two distinctly different crimes. Both can, and often do, include stealing someone else's property, but according to FindLaw, it is not actually necessary to take something to face burglary charges. 

Can having a hobby reduce your feelings of depression?

If you are feeling depressed and like your life is rather bleak and hopeless, you may be seeking ways to cope with your feelings and emotions without turning to mechanisms that are damaging. Having an idea about the types of activities that you can participate in that may reduce your anxiety and depression in Georgia may benefit you as you work to overcome your depression with tenacity and hope for your future. 

How can I create a budget that works?

When faced with massive amounts of debt, filing for bankruptcy is often the first step of the process. From here, you'll also need to make changes to your financial habits to keep you on the right track and help you rebuild your credit history in the wake of bankruptcy. This involves making a budget, and The Balance explains the steps you can take to do so.