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  • Published: 04/18/2016

Car accidents often involve more than one vehicle, and in such cases, it is often difficult to determine who is at-fault or liable for the collision. One of the most common multiple vehicle accidents is where one car rear ends another car and a "domino effect" sets off a chain reaction where the car that is hit collides with the car in front of it and so forth. In that situation, it is logical to assume that the last car in line caused the collision because that vehicle was following…Read More

  • Published: 04/11/2016

What do you do if you are injured in a hit and run car accident? If you are an injury victim of a hit and run car accident in Georgia, you have a few options for obtaining compensation for your injuries. Under Georgia law, drivers who are involved in vehicular accidents are required to stop at the seen of a car accident and render assistance to any injured persons and could be subject to criminal prosecution for failure to do so. Further, in a civil suit, that hit and run…Read More

  • Published: 04/07/2016

What is Dram Shop liability? Georgia law allows victims of car accidents to recover from bars, restaurants, or even party hosts who serve alcohol to drunk drivers or underage drivers under a law that is commonly known as "Dram Shop" liability.  The Georgia law can be found at O.C.G.A. Section 51-1-40. The Dram Shop Law in Georgia Pursuant to the Georgia statute, a victim of a car accident seeking to recover from a bar, restaurant or party host for over serving a drunk driver who subsequently causes an automobile wreck…Read More

  • Published: 04/05/2016

Many people who are involved in car accidents seek medical care from chiropractors for their personal injuries. Each person’s injuries are different, so the decision as to where to seek medical care after a car accident depends on various factors such as: The extent of the injuries. For example, if there are fractures or broken bones, you’ll probably go the emergency room via ambulance from the scene of the collision and follow up with an orthopedic doctor. If there’s a head injury that causes headaches or a traumatic brain injury,…Read More

  • Published: 04/04/2016

Georgia premises liability law requires property owners to keep their premises safe from known dangerous conditions, which can include third party criminal acts. A property owner who knows that there is criminal activity on its premises owes a duty to take actions to keep visitors, tenants, and other people who are allowed to be on the property safe from the harm. Thus, when someone is hurt or killed on a property, the injured party or their family can bring an injury and a wrongful death action against a negligent property…Read More

  • Published: 04/03/2016

When you are injured due to another person's negligence in a car accident in Georgia, bad faith laws apply to the at-fault driver's insurance coverage. An insurer in Georgia has the duty to act in good faith to their insured when negotiating a settlement with an injured party. If an insurance company fails to settle a bodily injury claim arising out of a car accident within the available policy limits coverage, and the injured party ultimately obtains a judgment or verdict that exceeds the insurance policy limits, then the car…Read More

  • Published: 03/30/2016

How Do You Bring a Car Accident Lawsuit In Georgia? In Georgia, a party who is injured in a car accident has the right to bring a lawsuit against the at-fault driver who caused the collision.  The process can be relatively complex, time-consuming, stressful, and costly. Before you file suit, you'll need to be prepared with information about the value of your case, the liability of the other driver, whether any witnesses saw the wreck, and evidence of your injury and its costs.  You'll need this information in order to…Read More

  • Published: 03/25/2016

Georgia Automobile Insurance Claims When you are involved in an automobile accident in Georgia, you will want the at-fault driver to have insurance; otherwise, you will have to try to collect payment from the driver personally.  One of the first steps you should take is reporting the accident to your insurance company and to the at-fault driver's insurance company.  Under Georgia law, an insurer is required to provide information regarding the types and amounts of insurance available to cover the accident.  Determining what types of insurance or which policy are…Read More

  • Published: 03/20/2016

Who Pays the Medical Bills from My Georgia Car Accident? Unfortunately, where you're involved in an automobile accident in Georgia, before you actually settle or obtain a verdict in your case, you cannot obtain an "advance" from the at-fault driver's insurance company for medical bills. Thus, you must arrange to pay for your medical treatment in the following ways: Billing your health insurance company. If you have health insurance, it is extremely important that you insist that the hospital or your doctor bill your health insurance company for any and…Read More

  • Published: 03/15/2016

Do I Need Personal Injury Lawyer for an Automobile Accident in Georgia You may be asking yourself if you should incur attorneys' fees to handle your Georgia car accident case. Generally speaking, the more complex your case is or the more serious your injury is, the more necessary it is for your to hire a qualified attorney. What are some examples (although this is not an exhaustive list) of automobile injury cases where you would be smart to hire a lawyer? Where your medical bill exceed $5,000.00; Where your injury…Read More

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