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Drunk Driving FAQs

Drunk driving continues to be a serious problem in Atlanta, across Georgia, and throughout the U.S. even though our society has increased drunk and drugged driving laws. Drunk driving accidents are the cause of nearly one third of all car… Read More

What if I am in a Georgia accident with an Out-of-State Driver?

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Any car accident is challenging. There are medical concerns, repairs to be considered, and what seems like mountains of red tape to be overcome just to get your claim settled. When your Georgia accident involves another driver who happens to… Read More

Were You Injured By Negligence, But The Other Driver Is Now Lying To Their Insurance Company?

Being injured in a car accident in the Atlanta, Georgia, area can be distressing enough. But when the collision  and your injury resulted from another driver’s negligence, and that driver is lying about what happened, the situation can go from… Read More

How Can An Immigrant Get a Fair Trial in a Personal Injury Case in Atlanta, Georgia?

If you have immigrated to the United States you may already know that you have the right to bring a personal injury claim or file a lawsuit. But are you worried that the Judge and Jury are going to treat… Read More

Freak Accident or Wrongful Death?

On an early spring evening in Fulton County, a truck driver was leaving a facility where he’d made a delivery. He was required to stop and to open his trailer for a guard to inspect his trailer. The 47-year-old man… Read More

What Happens In an Accident When the At-Fault Driver Is Killed?

Holding Someone Accountable When the At-Fault Driver is Killed When you are involved in a serious car accident, the driver responsible for causing the crash can be held accountable for the results. From medical costs to the costs associated with work… Read More

Dealing with Conflicting Stories Between Drivers After a Car Accident

Being injured in a car accident in the Atlanta, Georgia, area can be distressing enough. But when the other driver admitted fault to you or the police officer at the scene, and that driver is now lying about what happened,… Read More

Can My Social Media Account Be Used Against Me in a Civil Court Case?

Should I Talk About My Car Accident on Social Media? Many of us stay connected to friends, family members and others through online social media accounts. This allows us to keep people informed about what is happening in our lives… Read More

Should Teenage Drivers Have More Restrictions on Driving?

Teen drivers are the most accident prone group of drivers on the roads. Many teenage drivers lack the training and hands-on experience to operate a vehicle with confidence and situational awareness to avoid accidents. Some teen drivers lack maturity and… Read More