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    Personal Injury

    Reform Needed Following Las Vegas Shooting (and Not For Guns)

    Posted on - Thursday, October 5, 2017

    I hate this fucking feeling. Do I have your attention yet? I said that nasty word to get it. Go ahead and pray a prayer of forgiveness for me. My preacher is gonna be mad at me. I really don’t...

    Storm Damage Claim Assistance Following Recent Hurricanes

    Posted on - Monday, September 11, 2017

    Georgia experiences a wide array of severe weather patterns. The remnants of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have only added insult to injury. If you have experienced property damage or personal injury due to a hurricane or other inclement weather...

    What Happens If I Think the Judge in My Personal Injury Lawsuit is Biased Against Me?

    Posted on - Wednesday, October 19, 2016

    Even if you’re just a casual sports fan, you’ve likely seen your share of “bad calls” – a basketball referee calling a phantom foul, a baseball umpire calling a pitch that was around the batter’s ankles a strike, or 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...

    Proving Chronic Pain Injuries is a Chronic Challenge

    Posted on - Wednesday, August 3, 2016

    Chronic pain is as real as any other serious medical condition, but many people suffering from chronic pain face obstacles to getting the care and compensation they deserve. Often, it is difficult to even get a proper medical diagnosis and...

    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...

    How Does a Drunk Driver’s Criminal Case Affect a Personal Injury Claim?

    Posted on - Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    In a Georgia car accident lawsuit, you need to prove that the other driver was negligent, that the driver’s negligence caused the accident and your injuries, and that you have incurred damages as a result of your injuries. Often, proving...

    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...