Author Archives: Anthony Jones, II
A Georgia Guide to Non-Injury Totaled Car and Truck Damage Claims
Finding the Value of Your Vehicle When it is Totaled Assuming that you plan to handle your own non-injury accident claim for a total-loss, one of the first matters of importance is establishing the value of your car and the… Read More
How does the amount of each driver’s fault affect the outcome in a Georgia car accident verdict?
Human beings make mistakes all the time. Sometimes when we do, we accidentally hurt others. In the case of car accidents, it often happens that one driver is not totally at fault for the accident. Other drivers often contribute to… Read More
Handling your Georgia Accident Claim without a Personal Injury Lawyer or Legal Team
Have you considered handling your own accident claim without the help of a lawyer? If so, you’re not alone. Many people who are injured in car crashes imagine that they can handle the settlement of their claim without the help… Read More
Social Media Do’s and Don’ts during Your Georgia Personal Injury Claim
We humans behave strangely when we think we’re invisible. We’ve all seen the perfectly groomed woman in the car next to us powdering her nose and examining her smile at the stop light. We’ve also seen people from all stations… Read More
Why Do Dogs Cost Millions Of Dollars in Georgia?
For many pet owners, a beloved dog is a member of the family. But a vicious dog that bites, attacks or menaces visitors is a serious liability. Georgia has strict dog bite laws, and according to the Insurance Information Institute, Georgia… Read More
Staying Safe from the Dangers of Summer After Memorial Day
Memorial Day is generally recognized as the official start of the summer season. It’s the time of year when long, summer weekends begin and kids anxiously anticipate the end of the school year. The months after Memorial Day can be… Read More
Can the Owner of a Georgia Bar or Restaurant Be Personally Responsible When Over-serving a Customer results in a Drunk Driving Accident? It May Depend on the Corporate Structure.
When a corporation is formed – meaning that a business is structured and will operate according to the rules for corporations rather than for partnership or sole proprietorships – certain advantages apply. When your business is a corporation, it becomes… Read More
The Bigger They Are… Georgia Supreme Court Upholds Jury Verdict Against Chrysler Resulting From Wrongful Death of a Child
We like to believe that the courtroom is a level playing field. Certainly not because parties in any civil matter are equally able to pay high-powered attorneys to plead their cases – in the case we discuss below we clearly… Read More
Overserved and Out of Luck – Georgia’s Dram Shop Law May Not Allow the Consumer to Recover From Bar That Overserves Alcohol
What can be done when someone willingly drugs one of your loved ones and that loved one ends up dead? If the drug in question is alcohol, the answer is, perhaps not much. In Georgia, his family will most likely… Read More