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    What if My Employer Doesn’t Have Workers’ Comp Insurance?

    Posted on - Wednesday, October 26, 2016

    As does every other state, Georgia has a separate system for addressing the claims and needs of those who have been injured on the job. Workers’ compensation programs as designed have two primary goals: Getting injured workers the compensation and...

    I Told the Other Driver Our Car Wreck Was My Fault. Does that Doom My Injury Claim?

    Posted on - Friday, October 14, 2016

    The sound of metal against metal, the rush of adrenaline, and the sounds of pain – the seconds and minutes after a car wreck can be a time of serious emotional and psychological trauma in addition to whatever physical injuries...

    I May Have Been Partially at Fault for My Accident. Do I Still Have a Case?

    Posted on - Wednesday, October 5, 2016

    So much of personal injury law is about fault and causation. You can’t recover damages in a personal injury lawsuit unless you can prove that the defendant or defendants caused the accident and that the cause of your injuries was their negligence. If a...

    Can a Sexual Assault Be the Basis of a Personal Injury Suit?

    Posted on - Monday, October 3, 2016

    Sexual assault is a serious and ongoing problem on our nation’s college campuses and elsewhere. Educators and advocates are raising awareness and attempting to change attitudes, while law enforcement and prosecutors vigorously pursue criminal charges and harsh punishments for those...

    Do I Really Not Have to Pay Legal Fees If I Lose My Injury Case?

    Posted on - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    If you go to an estate planning lawyer to have a will prepared, it will cost you, even if there are problems with the will down the road. If you hire a criminal defense lawyer to protect your rights after...

    Should I Talk to the Police?

    Posted on - Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    You should never talk to police, period. Instead, any time a police officer speak to you, immediately blurt out “I want a lawyer!” This is the advice given by Professor James Duane of Regent University School of Law in Virginia...

    What is a “Work Related” Injury Under Georgia’s Workers’ Comp Law?

    Posted on - Monday, September 26, 2016

    There are any number of injuries that can keep you from working and earning a living, either temporarily or permanently. While an injury may keep you off the job, only “on-the job” injuries will entitle you to workers’ compensation benefits...

    Why You Should Never Drive Past a Stopped School Bus in Georgia

    Posted on - Wednesday, September 14, 2016

    School is back in session across Georgia, which means school buses full of kids are driving – and stopping – on the state’s roads. And when a school bus stops, you better stop as well. If you fail to do...

    Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

    Posted on - Tuesday, July 26, 2016

    Just because you get into your car and start the ignition doesn’t mean that you are going on a cross-country road trip. And just because you file a personal injury lawsuit doesn’t mean that you and your lawyer will wind...