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THE HAGEN ROSSKOPF BLOG

Hagen Rosskopf Collaborates With SMAH To Deliver Masks to Healthcare Workers

By Bruce A. Hagen | May 4, 2020

Sewing Masks for Area Hospitals was launched early March by three Georgia women who had never met in person but jumped into action when they heard that our local hospitals were running short on personal protective equipment (PPE). Within two...

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Coronavirus – We are Prepared!

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 16, 2020

We know these are uncertain and trying times for everyone. In the midst of so much change, we want you to know that at Hagen Rosskopf, we are taking every measure possible to continue to take care of our clients...

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We Need to Stop Senate Bill 415

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 6, 2020

I see the worst behavior from insurance companies daily. They abuse their own insureds and refuse to take responsibility for the harm that their clients cause to others. They have so much money that they’re largely unaccountable, except in a court of...

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SLIP AND FALLS 101 – the good, the bad and the important facts you should know – PART 2

By Kendrick K. McWilliams, Sr. | Mar 3, 2020

A simple trip to the store can turn into a life-changing event forcing you down a long and often confusing journey back to full health and restitution. Join us for a five-part series on slip and fall cases by personal...

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Slip and Falls 101 – The Good, the Bad and the Important Facts You Should Know – PART 1

By Kendrick K. McWilliams, Sr. | Feb 21, 2020

A simple trip to the store can turn into a life-changing event forcing you down a long and often confusing journey back to full health and restitution. Join us for a five-part series on slip and fall cases by personal...

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On a Scale from 0-10, How is your Pain Today?

By Hagen Rosskopf | Jan 28, 2020

Physical pain that wakes you up at night. Pain that doesn’t allow you to do your job properly. Pain that throbs, pinches, and burns. Pain that leaves you feeling numb and exhausted. Pain that just won’t go away. Does this...

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Atlanta’s “Scootergeddon” May Be Over for a While

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jan 17, 2020

You may have heard that another e-scooter company, Lime, is leaving Atlanta. On January 9th, the company stated, “As part of our path to profitability, Lime has made the difficult decision to exit Atlanta and focus our resources on markets...

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#GIVINGTUESDAY

By Bruce A. Hagen | Dec 3, 2019

During this time of giving and gratitude, we are thankful for all the individuals and organizations who work hard to make our cities and state a better place to live in. We are inspired every day by the commitment and...

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Thanksgiving is a Time to Be Thankful and Extra Cautious on the Road

By Hagen Rosskopf | Nov 26, 2019

We have a holiday period of 102 hours starting this Wednesday until Sunday midnight. During those 102 hours, the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Georgia State Patrol are jointly predicting 2,915 traffic crashes, 1,301 injuries and 20 traffic deaths...

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Important Information for Tenants In A Residential Lease

By Bruce A. Hagen | Oct 23, 2019

On October 21, 2019, the Georgia Supreme Court issued an important decision that protects the rights of injured people in Georgia. What happened in this case? In Langley v. MP Spring Lakes, LLC, an apartment complex resident filed a personal...

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