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How To Win A Products Liability Case?

If you’re old enough, you’ve probably heard of the Ford Pinto. The Pinto was rushed into production in 1971 to compete with the growing popularity of European sub-compact vehicles. Ford …

By |June 23rd, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Why You Should Never Leave an Accident Without A Police Report

Georgia law requires you to stop at the scene of an accident involving injury, death, or damage to a vehicle (O.C.G.A §40-6-270). It …

What to Expect During Your Consultation with a Personal Injury Lawyer

Nearly all lawyers offer a free first appointment, also known as a consultation. These meetings involve you describing your case to a licensed personal injury attorney and learning …

Factors That Influence the Length of Your Truck Accident Case

Truck accidents can cause major damages, and reaching a reasonable settlement can take time. Nearly all cases will take at least months, while some can take years to …

By |May 30th, 2020|Tags: , , |

When to Sue a Car Manufacturer After an Accident

We often take it for granted that our vehicles meet federal crash readiness standards. After all, a vehicle is a machine, and machines can fail. Sometimes, those failures …

By |May 25th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Investigating the Scene of the Accident

You were injured in a car accident. It seems obvious to you that it wasn’t your fault, but you still need to prove it. Otherwise, your personal injury …

Hiring a Lawyer After an Aggressive Driving Accident

In Atlanta, aggressive driving is responsible for an untold number of wrecks in and around the city every year. In fact, aggressive driving is common …

Where Should I Go Get Treatment After A Crash?

One of the most common questions we get asked as Atlanta personal injury lawyers is, “Where should I go get medical treatment after my car crash?” …

By |May 8th, 2020|

If Your Life Changed for the Worse When Someone Hurt Your Husband or Wife, You May Have a Claim of Your Own

Generally, personal injury law is designed to provide victims of carelessness and negligence with the compensation they need to be made “whole” again. The point is to give victims the …

By |May 1st, 2020|

How Will the Coronavirus / COVID-19 Pandemic Affect My Injury Case?

One of our recent blog posts discussed the Georgia Supreme Court’s “Covid-19 Emergency Order,” and broke it down to explain what it actually means for immediate …

By |April 17th, 2020|
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