Like you, I wear many hats. I’m a Georgia personal injury lawyer, but also a woman, friend, employer (and, of course, #bosslady). I’m a mom, wife, champion, neighbor, co-worker, and an advocate.
As a lawyer, I am trained to look at situations and experiences through a lens of identifying what can go wrong. I see liability everywhere (a side effect of my day job), but while that may sound like a Debbie-downer, the perspective has afforded me experiences and information that I want to share with the world.
My knowledge working in this industry, as one of the leading personal injury lawyers in Atlanta, should be shared to empower people, particularly women, to stand up for themselves, be aware of legal pitfalls in everyday life, and know their options when it comes to their personal health and the health of their family.
That’s why we’re here. That’s what Amber’s Edit seeks to do.
Amber’s Edit will highlight many of my personal experiences as a consumer myself, but also legal topics that have the potential to impact your everyday life. I’m not talking about the legal jargon you see on some websites, or useless tips and advice. There’s no clickbait happening here. We dish out real talk. Real data. Real solutions.
Some of our early topics will include:
- The unsafe drugs and products hiding in your kitchen pantry or medicine cabinet.
- The products in your home that are being recalled that you don’t see on the news.
- Red flags to look for in child behavior when they are too young to talk and tell you about trouble.
- The impacts of COVID-19 and working moms wearing too many hats.
I want this space to be a place on the Internet where women can rely on proven information to inform their everyday lives. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, mom, professional extraordinaire, or wife, you’ll find emerging issues and hard-hitting facts that will help inform you as a consumer and inspire you to make the best choices for yourself and those around you.
Sharing information is one of the oldest forms of human interaction. Information is a source of power and I’ve found that the more information we share, the more we can empower each other to learn from other’s hard-earned lessons.
Your trusted legal advocate,
Amber Gilormo, Esq.