Harris Lowry Manton LLP Partner Steve Lowry discusses several ways to lower the risk of fires and burn injuries in your home.
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HPL Partner Steve Lowry discusses the options an employee has if injured on the job.
Dylann Roof, the accused church shooter who is on trial for his life in Charleston, S.C., announced on Monday that he is representing himself, against the advice of the federal judge presiding in the case. That’s a big mistake, according to several Atlanta legal experts, including HPL Partner Steve Lowry.
Following a two-and-a-half-week trial, a Gwinnett County jury awarded more than $30.5 million to a mother and her child, who was left severely brain-damaged when a problem with blood flow through the unborn baby’s umbilical cord was not addressed promptly.
Harris Lowry Manton LLP Partner Steve Lowry discusses traumatic brain injuries and the importance of seeking medical attention if one is suspected in his latest column.
The city of Doraville has agreed to pay a local mother $2 million after her son hanged himself using a blanket inside the city’s jail. An internal investigation into Robton’s suicide found that jailers violated departmental policy by not looking into his cell, and that officers didn’t even attempt to contact its nursing contractor to
Records show jailers failed to give Yoel Robton his antidepressant medicine and then didn’t check on him for several hours. City policy mandates employees check on inmates every 20 minutes. Channel 2’s Jodie Fleischer reports.
First responders in our area got a nice meal Tuesday in Daffin Park, as part of National First Responders Day. The meal was provided by the Harris Lowry Manton Firm. It was all to show appreciation for their hard work.
Harris Lowry Manton LLP hosted it’s 3rd Annual First Responders Appreciation Lunch in Daffin Park to honor the Coastal Empire’s first responders.
Evidence shows that Johnson & Johnson has known about the alleged connection between talcum powder and ovarian cancer for decades, leading two juries to find the pharmaceutical company liable for injuries of women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using J&J products that contain talc for years.