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Car Accidents

  • Published: 10/08/2019

When you have a personal injury case, whether it be from a motor vehicle collision, a slip & fall, or truck accident, it is important to do everything that is in your control to preserve your claims and to make it difficult for the insurance company or the defense attorney to defend your case.  The following article will outline the…Read More

  • Published: 10/07/2019

If you or a loved one has been taking the drug, Valsartan, you may have a claim against pharmaceutical companies for the distribution and sale of Valsartan medication that has been contaminated with toxic, cancer-causing substances. On July 13, 2018, the FDA recalled the drug, Valsartan.  Valsartan is the generic form of Diovan, which is used to treat high blood…Read More

  • Published: 09/30/2019

In Georgia, a property or business owner can be held responsible for a crime that is committed by a third party criminal, if the crime was reasonably foreseeable.  Many cases involving violent crimes, such as assaults, rapes, or murders, occur on properties that are owned and operated by businesses that earn profits and have a duty to keep their patrons,…Read More

What is a Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury case is a civil claim that the victim of another person or company’s negligence can make under the law.  What that means is that if one suffers from an injury that arises out of an event, such as an automobile collision, a slip & fall, a mistake that a medical provider made in treatment, a workplace injury,…Read More

What is the Timeline for Settlement of a Car Accident Case After a Demand is Sent in Georgia?

Atlanta Personal Injury Attorney Answers Your Questions Demanding Payment:  Timeline of Settlement One of my clients recently asked me about how long it would take to settle her case from the date we sent off a demand to the insurance company in her car wreck case.  Before even sending a demand, a claimant in a personal injury case needs to…Read More

5 Things You Should Do After Having a Slip & Fall

If you are severely injured on someone else’s property because of a dangerous condition that should not be there, you’re probably not thinking about what you need to be doing to preserve a legal claim.  Nonetheless, there are certain steps that you can take that will help strengthen or preserve your potential legal claim based upon Georgia’s premises liability laws.…Read More

  • Published: 09/07/2017

In Atlanta, crimes such as shootings, rapes, robberies, or assaults occur on many commercial properties, including hotels and motels.  Under Georgia law, a victim of a crime that occurs on the property of an unsafe hotel or motel may be able to recover against the hotel or motel for negligent security. Negligent security is a type of premises liability claim.…Read More

  • Published: 09/06/2017

Generally, the victim of a security guard's bad acts or negligence (false imprisonment, excessive use of force, wrongful detention) may bring a civil lawsuit in Georgia to recover damages for the victim's resulting injuries.  However, because recovering damages in a civil suit requires money, whether it be via a corporate entity with deep pockets or via insurance coverage, a more…Read More

  • Published: 06/28/2017

Yes, victims of crimes such as assaults, shootings, robberies, and rapes in Georgia may be able to sue property owners and operators where those crimes occur under the Georgia law of premises liability.  Victims may also sue the assailants, but, when looking at a civil suit, suing a corporate owner or operator of a premises gives the victim a better chance for…Read More

  • Published: 06/27/2017

On May 3, 2017, a jury in New Orleans found in favor of the manufacturers of the blood thinner Xarelto in a lawsuit that Joseph Boudreaux filed against Bayer AG, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and Johnson & Johnson after Mr. Boudreaux's was hospitalized for gastrointestinal bleeding that required multiple blood transfusions.  The Boudreaux case was based on a failure to warn theory, where the plaintiff alleged…Read More

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