If a Driver from Out of State Causes a Crash, Where Can I Sue Them?

The court in which the case is litigated is called the venue. In Georgia, injured plaintiffs have options when choosing where they sue a defendant. Plaintiffs can select the county, …

If a Driver from Out of State Causes a Crash, Where Can I Sue Them?2021-01-12T10:24:23-05:00

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 …

Why You Should Never Leave an Accident Without A Police Report2020-06-17T14:37:04-04:00

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 …

What to Expect During Your Consultation with a Personal Injury Lawyer2020-06-17T14:24:06-04:00

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 …

Factors That Influence the Length of Your Truck Accident Case2020-06-17T13:53:10-04:00

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 …

When to Sue a Car Manufacturer After an Accident2020-06-17T13:39:42-04:00

When can I sue someone’s employer for a crash?

If you are injured in a car accident, the law allows you to recover against the driver or person that caused the accident and your injuries. However, many times the …

When can I sue someone’s employer for a crash?2020-01-10T09:30:55-05:00

Rideshare drivers may become employees in California. What would a comparable law in Georgia mean for its drivers?

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently signed a law that could make Uber and Lyft drivers “employees” rather than “independent contractors.” This comes as a result of …

Rideshare drivers may become employees in California. What would a comparable law in Georgia mean for its drivers?2019-09-27T15:32:28-04:00
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