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Tag Archives: modified comparative negligence

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? […]

Recovering Damages Under Georgia’s Modified Comparative Negligence System

Many personal injury claims stem from accidents or other incidents where the injured party is also partially responsible.  Georgia uses a system called modified comparative negligence to factor the plaintiff’s fault into determining awards of damages. An injured person can recover monetary damages as long as he or she was no more than 49 percent […]