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Spring Break and Auto Accidents

Apr 25, 2018
The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that in 2017, 1,549 people were killed in car accidents on Georgia roadways. More than half of those killed were not wearing their seatbelts....

In a Car Accident? Do Not Say This

Mar 27, 2018
You have probably read articles on what to do if you are involved in a car accident: pull over to a safe place if possible; check to see if anyone...

How Road Rage Plays A Factor In Car Accidents

Mar 15, 2018
In a recent survey of 2,705 drivers across the U.S., the American Automobile Association (AAA) found that nearly 80 percent of drivers reported they had engaged in aggressive driving or road rage...

Liability and Vacation: Where to File Your Personal Injury Lawsuit

Feb 20, 2018
Everyone needs a vacation. A time to relax. To get away from the daily routine. You may plan on lounging on the beach, or making every minute count by engaging...

Valentine’s Day Safety

Feb 9, 2018
No matter how you look at it, $18.2 billion is a lot of money. It is more than eight times as much as the annual budget for the city of...

How to Recover Damages After a Hit and Run

Jan 27, 2018
Hit and run drivers may be one of the scourges of the earth. These drivers violate the law in addition to leaving their victims stranded, injured and confused. Injured victims are...

Why It’s Important to Report Accidents to the Police

Jan 18, 2018
An online publication that provides general advice to the public about issues involving money, reports that an average American driver has about four accidents during their driving career. Although some...

Statute of Limitations on Claims. Does the type of claim matter?

Dec 14, 2017
Imagine finding out, after years of stomach pain, discomfort and multiple doctor visits, that your medical problems are due to a surgical sponge which was negligently left inside your abdomen...

Nursing Home Abuse: Compensation, Claims & Lawsuits

Dec 8, 2017
November 2017 was not a good news month for Georgia nursing homes! One disturbing video captured in 2014 but just released, was seen nationwide. It showed an 89-year-old World War...

Georgia is a Comparative Fault State: What Does That Mean?

Sep 30, 2017
Earlier this year in Columbia County, Georgia, an intoxicated woman with a blood alcohol level (BAC) of 0.451, more than five times the legal limit of 0.08, turned left into a gas...