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Category Archives: Personal Injury

Georgia’s Reckless Driving Law and Your Car Accident Case

Sharing the road with other vehicles carries an inherent risk of accidents. These usually result from negligence, which means one or more drivers failed to exercise the expected standard of reasonable care. However, when another driver’s behavior transcends negligence and becomes reckless, the consequences can be significant. If you or your family members are injured […]

Who Is Liable for Damages Caused by a Motorcycle Accident?

Motorcyclists face myriad dangers on the road that expose them to the possibility of accidents and resulting severe injuries or death. These hazards run the gamut from road defects, — like potholes, ruts, cracks and upheavals, — to high winds and poor weather conditions. But the greatest threats to motorcyclists are the larger vehicles that […]

As the Holiday Season Nears, the Potential for Accidents Rises

The winter holiday season can be a time of celebration and togetherness. However, it also brings an unfortunate spike in accidents and injuries. Recognizing the potential causes of these incidents is important to preventing them and to being aware of how to respond when they occur. Here are what some health care providers find to […]

Big Box Stores Are Stacked With Potential Hazards

In Georgia, all retail establishments have a legal responsibility to use reasonable care to protect shoppers and other visitors from being hurt while inside their stores. A retailer that fails to meet this duty can be subject to paying damages if an individual is injured as a result. In the warehouse-type outlets known as big […]

Identifying Parties That Could be Liable in a Trucking Accident

Trucking accidents can be devastating, resulting in severe injuries and property damage, particularly when tractor trailers and other big rigs collide with smaller passenger vehicles. Various parties may share in responsibility for the accident and could be answerable for paying damages. Determining potential liability for a crash is crucial to getting victims the compensation they […]

Can You Sue After a Motorcycle Accident if You Weren’t Wearing a Helmet?

Georgia has a strict law that requires all motorcycle riders, both drivers and passengers, to wear helmets at all times. Whether you are age 16 or 60, you must wear a helmet that meets Department of Transportation (DOT) standards. But what happens if you get into a motorcycle accident and you aren’t wearing a helmet? […]

Who Is Allowed to File a Wrongful Death Claim in Georgia?

A wrongful death is one caused by negligent, reckless or intentional actions. Such a tragedy is one of the most horrific experiences a family can go through. Georgia law allows certain relatives of a wrongful death victim to file a civil lawsuit to recover financial compensation for their losses. Also, the estate representative can file […]

What Damages Might You Recover After Suffering an Injury?

A car accident, slip and fall or other mishap can cause serious bodily harm, resulting in significant economic costs and perhaps having a long-lasting impact on your quality of life. If another person was at fault, you may be entitled to recover money damages. The type and amount of damages available depend upon the nature […]

What if Your Injuries After a Car Crash Don’t Show Up Right Away?

In the immediate aftermath of a car accident, you don’t necessarily know if you’ve suffered a serious injury or how severe it is. The crash may have seemed like just a fender bender with minor damage to each vehicle. You may have bumped your head or twisted your neck, but other than that you felt […]

Suing a Government Agency for Accident Injuries

When you’ve been injured in an automobile accident, you naturally to want to hold the person at fault accountable for your monetary damages. This may include suing a private company and in some cases a government agency. A negligent driver may have been working for the state or a county or municipality at the time […]