Ross Moore II, P.C. Blog

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Fall Months Bring Unique Traffic Safety Risks

With summer winding down and schools starting again, traffic on public roads and highways are going to be seeing different safety risks than they have over the previous few months. While there may no long be an influx of tourists and out-of-state drivers common during summer vacation, there are still unique dangers that everyone should […]

Georgia Laws About School Buses & School Bus Safety

Georgia has specific traffic rules for when drivers approach a school bus stopped on the side of the road. Specifically, if a school bus has flashing lights and/or its stop arm extended off the side of the vehicle, drivers need to pay extra attention to the road around them and may need to come to […]

The Tricks of Insurance Adjusters

If you sustained an injury in a car accident and did not enlist in the help of a lawyer, you likely spoke to an insurance adjuster who attempted to trick you without your knowledge. In fact, you probably answered questions, unaware of any sinister intentions behind them. The truth of the matter is, insurance companies often try […]

You Break It, You Buy It: The Purpose of Recovering Damages

In a previous blog, we discussed damages in personal injury cases and how victims injured by negligence have the right to seek a financial recovery of their economic and non-economic losses. Aside from holding at-fault parties accountable for their negligence, recovering your damages after a preventable accident is one of the foundational purposes of a personal injury […]

Our Firm is on the Move!

Effective July 1st of 2017, our firm will be moving to its newest location in Atlanta, GA. After many years at our current office, we have outgrown our working unit and look forward to bringing more results for our clients at the following location: Ross Moore II, P.C. 5901 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, Suite A-220 Atlanta, GA […]