Car Accident

Following a motor vehicle accident there may be a lot of adrenaline and nerves going through your body. Whether or not you are at fault they are common things that can potentially ruin a personal injury claim related to the accident should you do them. Naturally there are things that…

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To Whom It May Concern: We have recently learned that a vehicle in your possession (which we believe you repossessed) will constitute important evidence in an upcoming legal case. Specifically, a 2016 Kia Sportage was involved in a collision on January 7, 2020. Its driver, , was hurt very badly….

Being involved in a car accident can be stressful, painful, and traumatic. You may be wondering when things will get back to normal and you can get on with your life. If you’ve had to file a personal injury lawsuit as a result of the accident, resolving the matter is…

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Georgia is an at-fault state. When a vehicle crash happens, the responding officer is almost always going to assign fault to one or both of the parties involved through a citation. We know that most people do not spend time thinking about what they will do if they get into…

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Four Reasons Why Georgia is at Risk For many, the festive season often brings to mind the image of lights: twinkling house lights, strings of tree lights—and miles of brake lights. To Atlanta natives bumper-to-bumper traffic may be nothing new, but that traffic during the hustle and bustle of the…

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Nobody wants to experience a car accident in Georgia, but we know they are a reality. According to data from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, there were nearly 400,000 vehicle crashes during the last full reporting year. Out of those crashes, there were: 1,430 fatalities 19,405 serious injuries Most…

So you or a loved one was involved in a motor vehicle accident and had come to suffer some sort of injury that influenced a personal injury claim. Personal injury claims can sometimes take years to conclude. Once a lawsuit is filed, discovery is gathered. This is when parties, plaintiff…

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The short answer to this question is no. Georgia is among many states who use the “at-fault” doctrine. This simply means that fault must be determined in every accident. When it comes to injury accidents in Georgia, the at-fault party is liable for damages and reparations. There is a lot more…