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Car Accidents

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any car accident suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
Six Reasons Not to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Claim

When people are involved in small car accidents or fender benders, they often hesitate to call a lawyer because they fea...
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Six Reasons to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Accident Claim

We’ve said previously that there are certain circumstances in which hiring a lawyer could be considered ‘overkil...
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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...
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Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

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Motorcycle Accidents

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any motorcycle accident suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
Six Reasons Not to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Claim

When people are involved in small car accidents or fender benders, they often hesitate to call a lawyer because they fea...
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Six Reasons to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Accident Claim

We’ve said previously that there are certain circumstances in which hiring a lawyer could be considered ‘overkil...
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Motorcycle Accident Injury – The Litigation Basics

If you are among the many people who take advantage of Georgia’s mild year ’round climate to enjoy the freedom of mo...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

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Truck Accidents

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any Truck accident suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
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...
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Six Reasons Not to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Claim

When people are involved in small car accidents or fender benders, they often hesitate to call a lawyer because they fea...
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Six Reasons to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Accident Claim

We’ve said previously that there are certain circumstances in which hiring a lawyer could be considered ‘overkil...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

Full Glossary

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DUI Victims

Six Reasons Not to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Claim

When people are involved in small car accidents or fender benders, they often hesitate to call a lawyer because they fea...
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Six Reasons to Hire a Lawyer to Handle Your Accident Claim

We’ve said previously that there are certain circumstances in which hiring a lawyer could be considered ‘overkil...
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How can I prove that my complicated ankle fracture was caused by the drunk driver who hit me?

Some people have no trouble healing from even shattered bones. The bone fragments, with some help from a surgeon who pin...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

Full Glossary

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Dog Bites

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any dog bite suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
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 ...
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Dog Bite Safety Tips – Preventing Dog Bites and Attacks Before They Happen

We Americans love our pets. A multi-billion dollar industry has grown up on the strength of how we feel about our animal...
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Once Bitten… The Georgia Supreme Court (slightly) Relaxes the “One Free Bite Rule”

Imagine for a moment that you are on a street in your own neighborhood, walking or jogging along as content as you are g...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

Full Glossary

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Wrongful Death

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any wrongful death suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
Court Rules that A Georgia College is Not Responsible For the Drowning Death of A Student During University Sponsored Trip

We humans are often babes in the woods when we blithely send our offspring off to participate in school-sponsored trips....
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How do I Prove A Hip Fracture resulting in Wrongful Death following a Car Accident in the State of Georgia?

Hip fractures are nasty injuries that can complicate life and even bring on an early death in some patients. We associat...
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What’s in a Name? Georgia Supreme Court Says Children Born Out of Wedlock May Sue For The Wrongful Death Of A Parent

American society has changed much in the centuries since its founding. When the framers of our nation wrote and affirmed...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

Full Glossary

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Slip and Fall

Here are a few things you should know before embarking on any slip and fall suit. These bits of knowledge can keep you from making expensive mistakes.
Slip and Fall Case Goes to Trial Because Store Employee Knew of The Danger

It seems elementary that when we are injured on somebody else’s property, especially the property of a business, the p...
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Do you have a Georgia Trip and Fall Case? Here's how we handle a trip and fall accident resulting in a shattered shoulder.

Trip and fall accidents happen every day. Sometimes nobody gets seriously injured. Other times the circumstances can sno...
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In Georgia, How Can I Prove a Traumatic Brain Injury Case Caused By a Slip and Fall?

Have you fallen and been hurt in a public place? Injuries from slip and fall accidents are the leading cause of brain in...
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Helpful Terms

Plaintiff - a person who brings a case against another in a court of law.

Acquittal - a jury verdict that a criminal defendant is not guilty, or the finding of a judge that the evidence is insufficient to support a conviction.

Admissable - a term used to describe evidence that may be considered by a jury or judge in civil and criminal cases.

Full Glossary

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