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Own a Toyota?

Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, recently announced a recall of 7.43 million cars due to defects in the power window switches that could cause fire. This recall comes on the heels Read More

Overcrowded Emergency Rooms = Trouble

This is the time of year that emergency rooms are bursting at the seams. They are full of people suffering from flu symptoms and other seasonal illnesses in addition to Read More

Slip? Fall? Here’s What To Do

It’s icy, it’s wet, and it’s downright slick out there. Welcome to February in Georgia. This is the time of year you need to exercise extra care to avoid slip Read More

Five Most Common Types Of Medical Malpractice Injury

Enso Martinez and Rebecca Fielding of Maryland recently won a record $55 million malpractice award for damages caused to their infant son when Johns Hopkins Hospital delayed performing an emergency Read More

Requirements For Filing A Medical Malpractice Claim In Georgia

During his stay at the Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment for cancer of the spine, Ernest Haskins developed an infection and ulcers due to the hospital’s failure to follow certain Read More

The Dangers of Energy Drinks

Last week, the FDA posted a report on their website about deaths that may have been associated with various energy drinks, including Monster Energy, Rockstar Energy and Five Hour Energy. Read More

Message Sender Not Liable in New Jersey Texting While Driving Case

Kyle Best crashed into David and Linda Kubert while texting with his girlfriend, Shanon Calonna. Each of the Kuberts, who had been riding a motorcycle at the time, lost a Read More

Bar Owners Could Be Liable in Drunk Driving Crashes

Amanda Davis, a well-known news anchor for Fox in Atlanta, was arrested recently for driving while under the influence of alcohol after she ended up in a collision. The driver Read More

When School Bus Drivers are Negligent

Caroline Tuttle and Ryder Deitz died a few weeks ago in a fatal school bus accident. Both of them were just three years old. The parents of the two children Read More

Do Warning Labels Invalidate the Right to Sue?

The makers of the popular magnetic desk toys Buckyballs and Buckycubes have decided to discontinue their product because of what the company calls, baseless and relentless legal badgering from the Read More

The Meningitis Drug Contamination Scandal

As most readers are likely aware by now, there has been a scandal involving steroid injections which were contaminated with fungal meningitis. In cases like this, there is always a Read More

What Is a Trauma Activation Fee?

Mark Mitchell learned the hard way just what a trauma activation fee is. Last January, he crashed his bicycle and suffered some minor bruising on his elbow. He also fainted Read More

Texting While Walking or Crossing the Street Can Be Deadly

A new study shows that kids tend to be distracted by multiple electronic devices while walking and especially while crossing the street. This issue has become much more prevalent in Read More

Can Pre-Existing Conditions Affect Your Ability to Sue After a Car Accident?

Saadia Zambrano, a soldier who was stationed at Fort Stewart died from injuries she sustained during a car accident last week. While there is no reason to assume that she Read More

Thanksgiving Fried Turkey Fires — Are You Covered?

The celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday will surely bring about some personal injury cases involving grease fires. That’s because Georgians love to make a deep-fried Thanksgiving turkey. One question that Read More

Believe It or Not: Distracted Walking Claims

What do cell phones, iPods and other handheld digital devices have in common? Aside from the more obvious physical and electronic characteristics they all share, these devices are believed to Read More

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