First responders and medical personnel and coronavirus: Medical personnel and hospital workers should be able to meet the tests for occupational disease if they contract COVID-19 from work.
Introducing: Johnson & Groninger PLLC The new year is time for a change. As we begin in 2020, we are pleased to announce our new firm name: Johnson & Groninger PLLC. Attorneys Ann Groninger and Valerie Johnson have practiced together for 20 years. Our legal team is rounded out by lawyers Helen Baddour, Drew Culler, […]
As the first month of 2020 comes to an end, you may be thinking about everything that happened in 2019. Perhaps you are imagining all the promise that the New Year has in store. Or you may be thinking of the resolutions you’ve been trying to make. Well, we have one for you: Make a plan […]
North Carolina has long experienced issues with gun violence. Over four years ago, nine people were gunned down during a Bible study at Emanuel AME church in Charleston. More recently, two students were killed and four others wounded by a 22-year-old shooter at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Last August, gun control advocates […]
Do you know the difference between an employee and an independent contractor? At one time, Uber didn’t, which is why one of its drivers sued the ride-sharing entity in 2015 for misclassifying him as an independent contractor. Following a major 2016 lawsuit filed by multiple drivers, Uber was ordered to pay millions of dollars to […]