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    What to Expect at Your Deposition | Parian Law Firm

    Posted on - Monday, January 11, 2016

    When you file a personal injury lawsuit, you are not only a plaintiff, you’re also a witness. This means that more likely than not, you will have to attend a deposition. Depositions are part of the “discovery” process. “Discovery” is...

    What is a Medical Lien and How Does that Impact My Injury Settlement?

    Posted on - Wednesday, January 6, 2016

    Of all of the challenges and worries faced by injury victims in the aftermath of a serious accident, mounting and astronomical medical bills are near the top. You wonder how you’re going to pay those bills, and the doctors, hospitals, and...

    What is an Expert Witness and How Can One Help My Personal Injury Case?

    Posted on - Friday, December 18, 2015

    Personal injury cases can be complicated. How an injury happened, the nature and extent of an injury, whether a product or device was defective and dangerous, how much you should be compensated – the answers to these questions are often...

    State Court or Federal Court: Where Will My Personal Injury Lawsuit Be Filed?

    Posted on - Friday, November 20, 2015

    There is no justice system in the United States. There are, in fact, 51 separate justice systems in the United States. Each state has its own court system, overlayed by a federal court system established by the U.S. Constitution. Each...

    What Kind of Damages Can I Recover in a Georgia Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

    Posted on - Wednesday, November 11, 2015

    No amount of money can replace the sudden and tragic loss of a loved one. No jury can award a mother’s love or a child’s smile. But when a family member is killed due to someone’s negligence or recklessness, our...

    I Was Injured After I Rear-Ended Someone. Am I Out of Luck?

    Posted on - Friday, November 6, 2015

    Many people are under the impression that if they rear-end a car in front of them, they will automatically be found at fault. Indeed, many if not most rear-end collisions are at least in part the fault of the trailing...

    Why Trucking Accident Lawsuits are Different from Car Accident Suits

    Posted on - Wednesday, November 4, 2015

    2015 was a particularly tragic year for tractor-trailer accidents on Georgia’s highways. During the first half of this year, it seemed as if the news was filled every week with horrific reports of fatal collisions involving big rigs, like the two...

    If Dangerous Road Conditions Caused My Accident, Can I Sue the Government?

    Posted on - Friday, October 9, 2015

    There are many dangers on the road that can lead to accidents and serious injuries. Sometimes, however, it is the road itself that is the danger. Here in Carroll County alone, there are almost 1,200 miles of county roads and...

    When Your Spouse is Seriously Injured, You Hurt Too: Understanding “Loss of Consortium” Claims

    Posted on - Thursday, September 24, 2015

    Marriage is a partnership. When one party to a marriage is seriously injured, that partnership and the whole life and family that is built around it can be thrown into chaos. The physical pain, suffering, or incapacity the victim feels...