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    What if My Car Caused My Car Accident?

    Posted on - Monday, July 18, 2016

    Many if not most of the car accident cases I handle involve injuries caused by driver negligence or recklessness. Sometimes, however, it’s not a driver who’s responsible for an accident. Sometimes, a defect or malfunction in a car can result...

    How Do I Track Medical Bills After a Car Accident?

    Posted on - Thursday, June 23, 2016

    Here are some steps to follow regarding medical bills that can help ensure your personal injury claim is successful, your attorney is prepared, and you receive full and fair compensation for your injuries. We have seen all kinds of methods...

    What Is A MRI?

    Posted on - Friday, June 17, 2016

    People with professional degrees often stink. Wait, I mean they stink at communicating. Doctors are some of the guiltiest professionals. (Look, I admit that many lawyers are terrible communicators too!) With the complete overhaul in health insurance, doctors are under...

    When Can Kids Sit in Front in Georgia?

    Posted on - Friday, June 17, 2016

    A common question we get from people is how old a child has to be before he or she can ride in the front seat of a vehicle. It is a great question. We will lay out the key Georgia...

    Why Are Slips and Falls So Dangerous for Seniors?

    Posted on - Wednesday, June 8, 2016

    When we fall as kids, we may get a scrape or two fixed by a Band-Aid and a kiss from mom or maybe a cast signed by all our friends. When seniors trip or slip and fall, however, the consequences...

    Questions to Ask When Looking for a Personal Injury Lawyer

    Posted on - Monday, May 16, 2016

    If you ran your own company and were looking to hire a key employee to be in charge of your biggest project, you’d review a number of candidates, examine their background, training, and experience, and conduct thorough job interviews. If...

    If I Decide to Drop My Personal Injury Suit, Can I Refile It Later?

    Posted on - Wednesday, May 11, 2016

    Sometimes, after a Georgia personal injury lawsuit has been filed, the injured plaintiff and/or his or her lawyer may decide to drop the lawsuit. Maybe the plaintiff no longer wants to pursue a claim. Perhaps the lawyer has decided for...

    When a Georgia Worker Dies On the Job, What Workers’ Comp Benefits Can His Family Receive?

    Posted on - Monday, February 29, 2016

    The sudden and unexpected death of a loved one is always tragic. When that loss is the result of an on-the-job accident, it is no less so. In fact, the emotional losses are compounded by the loss of income and...

    Will Georgia Workers’ Comp Pay Me for My Pain and Suffering?

    Posted on - Friday, February 5, 2016

    When you get hurt on the job, Georgia workers’ compensation benefits can help you with some but not all of your medical costs and lost wages. But doctor’s bills and missing paychecks may not fully reflect what you’ve lost after...