“Lunch On Us” Giveaway

How about a free lunch? Scott & Wallace LLP and WCTV will be giving away $25 Sonny’s BBQ gift cards every weekday in February 2017 beginning Monday, January 30 through March 1, 2017. It’s the “Lunch on Us” Giveaway Contest. Visit WCTV.tv’s Contest Page to apply for the “Lunch on Us” Giveaway. Check out the Read More …

New Technology to Treat Brain Injuries

A December 2013 article published by Penn State News, details how a new technology called “neuron regeneration” may help treat those who have suffered a brain injury. A brain injury can be a very serious injury and may leave many questions about the right treatment. Depending on the severity of the injury, the treatment options Read More …

Vehicle Defects

When automobile accidents happen, most often drivers are to blame. But sometimes the fault lies with the manufactures of the vehicle. The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) defines vehicle defects as something that “poses a risk to motor vehicle safety, and may exist in a group of vehicles of the same design or manufacture, or Read More …

Cruise Ship Injuries

A cruise can be a relaxing vacation for a family, but if you’re thinking of taking a cruise this summer beware of accidents that can occur while aboard. Cruise ship tickets usually contain contracts emphasizing the cruise line’s scope of liability in terms of the safety and well-being of its passengers. It is the passenger’s Read More …

Georgia Boating Laws

With the warm weather, more and more people will be out and about boating in the waters across Georgia and the Georgia coast. Scott and Wallace LLP would like to take the time to make boaters aware of the laws which we hope will help avoid accidents on the open water. Over the past few Read More …

Child Safety Seat Restraint Laws

Are you aware of child safety seat restraint laws? Changes have occurred and many parents and guardians are not aware of the child seat restraint law changes. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), changes to guidelines for using child safety seats occurred in 2014. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration guidelines for Read More …

Whistleblower Case?

Do you have a “whistle blower” case? Many citizens are aware that there are federal and state laws that prohibit private companies from illegally billing or defrauding the federal or state governments. However, these same citizens may not be aware that they can potentially bring a claim as a whistleblower if they are aware that Read More …

Distracted Drivers

In 2012, distracted drivers accounted for 10% of all fatal vehicle crashes. For the first time ever, the United States Department of Transportation has announced its National Distracted Driving Enforcement and Advertising Campaign. As a part of the effort, there will be T.V., radio, and digital ads using the phrase, “U Drive. U Text. U Read More …