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Why is it Important to Screen Newborns?

Newborn screening is a vital process for parents seeking to prevent their child from developing a permanent disorder. Many disorders are only treatable immediately after birth, yet they may not Read More

Warning Signs You Need New Tires

Damaged or poorly covered tires cause many vehicle accidents in the Atlanta, Georgia area. If you don't care for your vehicle's tires, significant personal injury may result. Check for these Read More

Nursing Home Abuse—Signs and Legal Remedies

Atlanta, Georgia, personal injury lawyers Jason & Bradley would like you to know the signs of nursing home abuse. Family members who suspect that nursing home abuse is taking place Read More

Ten Tips on Being a Safe Motorcyclist

Motorcycling is a fun pastime, but it is also a highly dangerous activity that has resulted in more than its fair share of serious injuries. In order to keep from Read More

Why is Asbestos Harmful?

In order to understand why asbestos is so harmful and why it causes such serious injuries, it is important to understand what asbestos is and how bodies react when exposed Read More

Common Mistakes Healthcare Professionals Make with Patients

Medical malpractice actions have been on the rise in Atlanta, Georgia. Perhaps you have suffered an injury, debilitating illness, or death in the family due to the medical malpractice of Read More

Most Common Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury is a type of brain damage that occurs due to sudden trauma. Car accidents, truck accidents, sports injuries, vehicle accidents, and other accidents can all lead to Read More

Aggressive Drivers: What to Do

Aggressive drivers are those people who take out their frustrations while driving. They may pass you too closely, purposely block your right-of-way, tailgate excessively, shout at you or speed up Read More

Exposure to Toxins and Birth Defects

A commonly litigated personal injury involves birth defects that result from exposure to toxins. The exposure may happen because of vehicle accidents, it may be a premise liability issue, it Read More

Statute of Limitations for Bringing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in GA

Medical malpractice refers to negligent conduct by a physician or medical facility. In Georgia, the statute of limitations—or deadline—for bringing any personal injury lawsuit is two years from when the Read More

What Is Premises Liability?

In Georgia, a premises liability claim refers to any injury that is incurred while on someone else’s property and sustained as the result of the owner’s breach of their duty Read More

What Do You Have to Prove in Order to Win a Personal Injury Lawsuit in GA?

In order to win a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia, you—as the injured party or plaintiff—have the burden of proving each element of your case by a preponderance of evidence, Read More

How Our Military Experience Makes Us Effective Attorneys

For us, joining the military not only gave us the opportunity to serve our country, but it also instilled in us the virtues of discipline, organization, persistence, and focused attention Read More

Five Most Commonly Encountered Examples of Medical Malpractice

Every year, patients in Georgia are the victims of medical negligence or malpractice at the hands of doctors, nurses, or other medical staff. While most of our medical providers maintain Read More

Common Causes of Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor vehicle accidents in Georgia occur from many different causes. Georgia has vast urban areas and rural locations in which car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and truck accidents can result in Read More

Wrongful Death -- Under What Conditions Can You Sue?

A wrongful death in Georgia is a death caused by the wrongful or negligent conduct of another person or company, and can also include any reckless or intentional act. Typical Read More

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