Rehaif v. United States

Hamid Mohamed Ahmed Ali Rehaif was enrolled at the Florida Institute of Technology (“FIT”) on an F-1 nonimmigrant student visa. Due to his poor grades, he was dismissed by his university in December 2014, which put his immigration status at risk since he was no longer attending school. Rehaif had...
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Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Insurance – Always Buy “Added On” Coverage!

If you only read one sentence today, please remember this: always buy “Added On” Underinsured Motorist Insurance and never buy “Reduced” UM Coverage, and call your agent or login to get a quote for the maximum amount of “Added On” coverage you can afford ASAP. As a legal driver, you...
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Road Safety Tips for a Safe Halloween

Halloween in Atlanta is more than just a one-night event. For many, it is a season unto its own. Haunted houses, corn mazes, and trick-or-treating are favorite October events. At Yates Law Group, our Atlanta personal injury attorneys want to be sure that your family has a happy, safe Halloween....
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Behind The Scenes of a Personal Injury Claim at Yates & Wheland

By Attorney Bob Giannini Being a lawyer is not all power lunches and fast-moving courtroom drama.  In fact, much of what we do is grunt work that the client rarely sees.  Recently, my partner, Allen Yates, took on the personal injury case of a women who had been injured in...
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Gun Incident Exposes Underlying Issues at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

The recent arrest of rapper T.I.'s stepdaughter following her attempt to carry a firearm through a TSA checkpoint at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is the latest in a series of events that have raised serious concerns about gun trafficking at one of the busiest travel hubs in the nation. Zonnique Pullins...
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