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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 and fall accidents. If you do find yourself down for the count, however, here’s what to do: Document the scene: While you are still on Read More

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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 comes to mind is whether or not an insurance company will cover injuries or damage that result from such grease fires. Generally, Negligence Is Covered Read More

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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 cause — or contribute to — an unprecedented number of serious injuries and deaths through vehicle accidents. By distracting users while they are crossing the Read More

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Hope for Spinal Cord Injury Sufferers

Almost 40 percent of spinal cord injuries result from a car or truck accident. Fifty-seven percent of those injured are employed at the time of their injury. Individuals who sustain injuries such as a spinal cord injury have their life radically altered and face loss of employment and lengthy rehabilitation. In addition, this type of Read More

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NFL Insurance Companies Back Out of Representation in Concussion Cases

The saga of the ongoing legal battle over concussion liability in the National Football League just took another complex turn with new lawsuits against 32 insurance companies that at one point provided coverage to the NFL. This massive litigation now involves more than 3,000 former professional football players, including some from the Atlanta Falcons who Read More

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Can Data Analysis Prevent Truck Accidents?

Truck and tractor-trailer accidents are the cause of many personal injury and wrongful death civil cases. Long-haul and over-the-road (OTR) trucking are vital to the economy of the United States, but they are also dangerous endeavors. Accidents involving big rigs occur everywhere in Georgia, from large metropolitan areas like Atlanta to small rural towns like Read More

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Michael Jackson’s Wrongful Death Claim Dropped

Jackson family patriarch Joe Jackson has voluntarily dropped a civil wrongful death case against Dr. Conrad Murray. California court records show that Jackson’s request for a voluntary dismissal was granted although there are no records explaining the reason for this move. Coincidentally, both personal injury attorneys handling the case were deemed ineligible to try cases Read More

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Beware of Your Insurer’s Settlement Offer

A July 2012 report released by the car accidents. The original report issued by the Consumer Federation of America was written by a former claims examiner for Allstate Insurance who used CSC Colussus software and the former insurance commissioner of Texas. As expected, the insurance industry has already claimed that the report is inaccurate. As Read More

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The Basics of a Products Liability Claim

Most people have been notified of a product recall at some point in their lives. The typical process involves receiving notification of the recall by mail and then contacting the company for a repair, replacement or refund. For people who are actually injured by a defective product, the process is a bit more involved. The Read More

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Seat Belts Vital for All Vehicle Passengers

According to a report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), passengers in the back seat of a vehicle are 9 percent less likely to buckle their seat belts than front seat passengers. The NHTSA hopes to change this percentage with legislation that requires new vehicles to be manufactured to sound an alert Read More

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Attorneys Dan Jason and Claire Bradley Jason are Military Veterans with a combined 16 years on active duty as Captains and Judge Advocates in the United States Army. Dan served at several military installations, including as Trial Defense Counsel with the Army's 2nd Infantry Division, South Korea; and Group Judge Advocate with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Command, Ft. Gillem, GA. Claire is an Operation Desert Storm Combat Veteran and served in a host of other installations. After moving into the Reserves, both attained the ranks of Major before their honorable discharges in 2002. Dan and Claire received several awards for their military service.