Driving a car puts you always at risk for injuries or death.

According to the Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, in 2016 there were 1,130 traffic fatalities and 112,526 injuries on Georgia roads. In 2011, the total number of young drivers under the age of 21 involved in fatal crashes in Georgia was 165.  Speed-related fatalities in Georgia in 2011 were only changed up or down…

What You Need to Know Before Driving in the State of Georgia

A 2008 AutoVantage motor club survey ranked Atlanta the sixth-least courteous driver city in the nation.  If you’re a new driver to the state of Georgia, let’s work to reduce car crashes and make Georgia the most courteous driver city in the U.S! The best way to accomplish that is by learning Georgia’s traffic laws…

Personal Injury Guidelines for Georgia

If you have been harmed or injured by another person, someone else’s car, by a company’s product, by a doctor, a corporation, a governmental agency, or through any dangerous circumstance caused by someone else’s negligence, do not wait to hire a Personal Injury Attorney. The laws that govern Georgia’s Statute of Limitations stipulates how much…

Why Have my Case Reviewed by a Personal Injury Lawyer?

Every case is unique. Recasting your emotional distress into qualifying elements to make sure your injuries and losses are equitably and sufficiently compensated for is why you need to have your case reviewed by a Personal Injury Attorney. How Much Is Your Claim Worth? The elements used most frequently by insurance companies to calculate your…

Take Immediate Action After a Car Accident

Would you know what to do if another car hit you while you were driving? Car accidents are some of the most common types of personal injury accidents that occur, and knowing how to handle these traumatic situations can benefit you in both the short run, as well as the long run. Whether you were…

Get the Damages You Deserve After a Pedestrian Accident

Pedestrian accidents happen too frequently and unfortunately many times they do not receive adequate compensations for their injuries.Georgia law states that drivers must exercise caution and care to avoid colliding with any pedestrian on the road; drivers must also warn pedestrians by sounding their horns when necessary.According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there…

Recovering After a Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one is difficult for everyone. The loss can become even greater if it was due to someone’s act of negligence. If you lost a family member due to another party’s negligent driving, you can seek compensation through a wrongful death suit. A wrongful death claim can be filed on behalf of the deceased…

Responding to Workplace Injuries and Filing for Workers Compensation

Everyone has a place of work that has some level of degree of danger. Meaning that employees need to take time to ensure they have the proper training and plan of action to effectively respond to an emergency. With this in mind, September is on the brink and it brings along National Preparedness Month, so…

Summer Slip and Fall Prevention Tips

Summer is in full swing here in Atlanta which means Independence Day is coming with a weekend of warm and relaxing parties with family and friends. Although it may be easy for some of us to evade a personal injury, there are still plenty of things that can happen during the weekend of your summer…

GM Recalls, Auto Accidents, and Product Liability: What You Need to Know

If you have been following the news out of Detroit, then you know that General Motors is in the midst of one of the biggest product recalls in the history of the automotive business. While this has been a big concern for the company and its investors, the real people at risk are the people…