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Left Turn Accidents: Who is Liable

In countries where motorists drive on the right side of the road, making a left turn is among the more dangerous maneuvers. You are essentially going against the grain of the traffic, and this opens up drivers to a number of potential hazards. Drivers for UPS almost never take left turns – even if they […]

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How Distracted Driving Contributes to Motorcycle Accidents

Summertime in Georgia means warmer weather and a lot more motorcycles on the road. For avid bikers, there are few activities that are more refreshing and exhilarating than riding on the open roads while enjoying the beautiful scenery the Peach State has to offer. Motorcycle riding is also a socially distanced activity, which is especially […]

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Can a Personal Injury Case be Reopened?

When someone is injured because of the negligent or reckless actions of another party, medical bills tend to pile up and all the time missed from work can make finances pretty tight. Under these circumstances, it is understandable that you would want to settle the case and get your compensation check fairly quickly. The problem […]

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What Percentage of Car Accidents Are Caused by Human Error?

Each year, nearly 40,000 Americans are killed in auto accidents. An additional 4.4 million Americans suffer vehicle accident injuries that are serious enough to require medical attention. Traffic related crashes are the leading cause of death in the US for individuals between the ages of one and 54, and according to the Association for Safe […]

What Defines "Damages" in a Personal Injury Case?

The Fundamentals of Personal Injury Law

For anyone who has been injured because of the negligence or reckless actions of another party, understanding the basic fundamentals of personal injury law is a must. First among these is the importance of getting the medical treatment you need. Obtaining immediate medical care is critical not only for your health and well-being, but also […]

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Can a Business be Sued if an Employee or Customer Contracts COVID-19?

On April 27, Georgia businesses that have been closed for several weeks because of the coronavirus were allowed to reopen, but with conditions. Businesses are required to implement various measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. These include: Screening and evaluating symptomatic workers and requiring them to stay home if they are ill; Keeping […]

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How will COVID-19 Impact Personal Injury Claims in GA?

The coronavirus pandemic is the worst public health emergency most Americans have ever experienced. Thus far, hundreds of thousands have tested positive for COVID-19, and tens of thousands have died from it. In response to the outbreak, Georgia and most other states have issued “stay-at-home” orders to help slow the spread of the virus and […]

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Avoiding a Pedestrian Accident During the Coronavirus Shutdown

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage America and most of the rest of the world, Georgia has issued a “shelter in place” order to help prevent the spread of the virus. Thousands of non-essential businesses have been shut down temporarily, with countless workers being abruptly laid off or furloughed. Many of those who are […]

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How to Help Your Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak has affected everybody in one way or another. Hundreds of thousands throughout the country have contracted the virus, and tens of thousands have died from it. The “stay-at-home” order that Georgia and most other states have issued has also forced non-essential businesses to close, causing many to lose their jobs and moving […]

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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 […]