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The Aftermath of Catastrophic Injuries

Catastrophic injuries can result from a number of scenarios. Maybe you or a loved one was involved in a serious car accident. Maybe you suffered a catastrophic injury as the result of a poorly maintained property, commercially or privately owned. Whatever the case, an Atlanta personal injury lawyer can help you obtain the compensation that Read More

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Whiplash: Are You Affected?

Fulton County incurs the largest number of motor vehicle accidents in Georgia, along with one of the highest rates of vehicle crashes per miles driven. Whiplash is a common injury suffered in these accidents. When whiplash is suffered, consulting a qualified Atlanta personal injury attorney is a necessity. When an individual is struck from behind, Read More

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What Your Compensation Can Cover

When you have been involved in a car crash or other type of accident, filing a lawsuit may be the last thing on your mind. While you may feel consumed by the pain of your injuries, it is essential to think carefully about hiring a lawyer for your case. An experienced Georgia personal injury attorney Read More

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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 of care. For example, if you were injured by a hazardous condition that you were not warned about, such as a slippery floor, or were Read More

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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, or by evidence that is more credible than that which is opposed to it. The first element you must prove is that another person or Read More

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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 a high degree of professionalism and competence, there are still numerous instances in which medical errors and personal injuries can occur. Here are five of Read More

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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 serious injuries and wrongful death lawsuits. The majority of car accidents occur from improper or negligent driver behavior. Intoxicated drivers account for most auto fatalities, Read More

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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 incidents leading to wrongful death claims are car accidents, drownings, assaults, shootings, medical malpractice, and workplace accidents. For you to bring a wrongful death action, Read More

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First 5 Things You Should Do Following a Car Accident

Being in a car accident in Georgia is a shocking event, even if you and your passengers are not injured. If you are hurt, though, there are things you can do to ensure that you don’t make a bad situation worse. After evaluating the extent of any injuries, here are five things you should do Read More

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