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Summer Fun in Atlanta During COVID-19

Published on Jul 1, 2020 at 7:40 pm in Fun Stuff.


For many, summertime in Atlanta is one of the best seasons to experience the city. There’s something for everyone to do, whether you’re looking to shop, dine, or spend time outdoors. With the COVID-19 pandemic at the forefront of the news and most people’s minds, it’s important to understand how to keep yourself and your loved ones safe this summer.

While you may not be able to experience a traditional Atlanta summer this year, there’s still a lot you and your family and friends can take part in. Before heading out, however, you’ll want to understand what the city is doing in response to the coronavirus and what you need to do as a resident or visitor. Then you can start having some summer fun in Atlanta during COVID-19.

How Are Bill Collectors Handled During the Process of Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Published on Jan 30, 2020 at 4:18 pm in Personal Injury.

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After you go to the hospital to get treated for an injury, it’s normal to receive a bill in the mail. But when the injury was the fault of another party and you’ve filed a personal injury lawsuit against them, you are fighting for that party to be responsible for paying your bills. Your lawsuit will take some time, though, so hospitals might send your outstanding medical bills to bill collectors.

3 Examples When Class Action Lawsuits Have Made Laws Safer

Published on Jan 23, 2020 at 8:01 pm in Legal Information.

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A class action lawsuit is when a plaintiff sues a defendant on behalf of a larger group of people. This happens because sometimes there are too many individual parties involved in the suit to be brought together in one location at the same time, and so one person represents the group in the claim. Typically, a class action lawsuit is between a consumer who represents all consumers and a corporation.

How Will Georgia’s 2020 Pharmacy Transparency Act Protect Patients

Published on Jan 9, 2020 at 2:10 pm in Legal Information.

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Among the coming year’s law changes in Georgia, the biggest revolves around the enactment of the Pharmacy Anti-Steering and Transparency Act—also referred to as the GA Act. This was put in motion to address the issues around negligent pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and insurers steering patients to pharmacies without regulatory oversight or transparency.

It’s important to note that the GA Act is not the only law going into effect in 2020. If you’re interested in learning more about the law changes coming to Georgia in 2020, you can check out this blog. For now, let’s take a closer look at what the Pharmacy Transparency Act means for healthcare providers and state residents.

Law Changes Ohio Will See in 2020

Published on Jan 2, 2020 at 10:20 pm in Legal Information.

At Bey & Associates, we focus on ensuring our clients receive the best representation possible. Tackling any personal injury claim means having a comprehensive understanding of state laws. Laws are amended and added regularly in Ohio, so we stay on top of the changes. The arrival of 2020 brings law updates that you should know about. While not all of these laws will have an impact on personal injury matters, you could still see their effects in your day to day life. Let’s take a look at what’s in store.