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Why are Pedestrian Deaths and Injuries on the Rise in GA?

Pedestrian fatalities have been increasing in Georgia and throughout the nation in recent years. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), there were 6,283 pedestrians killed in 2018 (the most recent year we have full records for). This marked a 3% increase over 2017, and a 30% increase from 2009, just a decade […]

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When Can I Sue a Retail Store for a Slip and Fall Accident?

You’ve experienced a slip-and-fall accident in a retail store — what now? You may be sore, embarrassed, and ready to push past the incident. After all, those who suffer slip-and-fall accidents have been the butt of many sitcom jokes and painted as scammers trying to take advantage of the legal system. Don’t let this stop […]

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The Impact of Social Media on a Personal Injury Claim

As most of us already know, social media is extremely popular these days. This is particularly true among younger Americans. More than 90% of millennials and approximately 78% of those in Generation X are active on social media, as are more than 60% of Baby Boomers. Overall, approximately three out of every four American adults […]

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Protecting Loved Ones from Nursing Home Abuse

If you have a loved one who is living in a nursing home, the chances are high that you were involved in making the choice to transition them into nursing home care. Likely, your ultimate decision was based on the belief that your loved one would receive a higher degree of care in a nursing […]

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What are the Most Common Causes of Auto Accidents?

Each year, there are millions of motor vehicle crashes in the United States. In Georgia alone, there are more than 1,000 crashes on average every day, and in 2018 (the most recent year we have full records for), 1,504 Georgians were killed in traffic-related events (according to the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety). Although this […]

Ross Moore II, P.C. Provides School Supplies at Inaugural #MooreAccessToEducation Event

Giving back to the community is a pivotal part of our identity as a firm here at Ross Moore II, P.C., and to that end, we were extremely proud to take part in our inaugural #MooreAccessToEducation event. We’re passionate about education and the role it plays in setting children up for success, and that’s why […]

Ross Moore II, P.C. Giving Away Backpacks Along with a $100 Gift Card to Walmart

At Ross Moore II, P.C., giving back to the community is a big part of our identity. We realize that some of the most important work we do is helping others outside of legal matters. Through charitable giving and volunteering, we truly want to make Atlanta a better place, one person at a time. One […]

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Georgia Cracks Down on Distracted Driving with The Hands-Free Georgia Act

Georgia House Bill 673 was signed in to law only a few short months ago and took effect on July 1st, 2018. The purpose of the bill, also called the Hands-Free Georgia Act, is to crack down on distracted driving by criminalizing most uses of electronic devices behind the wheel. In recent years Georgia has […]

Understanding Policy Limits & Personal Injury Claims in Georgia

IS IT POSSIBLE TO COLLECT COMPENSATION FOR MY INJURIES BEYOND THE POLICY LIMIT? Yes. There are 3 additional ways that you can attempt to pursue compensation beyond insurance policy limits: By suing multiple liable parties By taking advantage of umbrella policies (when someone is covered by multiple insurance companies) By filing a direct lawsuit and […]

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Low Impact Car Accidents Can Still Cause High Levels of Injuries

When it comes to car accidents, people often assume that catastrophic injuries will only occur when the crash is particularly violent or occurs at a high speed. While these factors certainly increase the chances of someone suffering major or permanent injuries in a collision, they are not absolutely necessary for that to be the outcome. The truth is […]