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Personal Injury

  • Published: 08/16/2016

Under Georgia law, owners of apartment complexes and other commercial properties owe a duty of care to tenants and visitors to keep the property safe from criminal activity. A property owner who knows that shootings, gang violence, drug activity, assaults, burglary and other dangerous crimes occur on its property is required to take the proper steps to secure the property…Read More

  • Published: 08/04/2016

The pure volume of traffic in Atlanta makes multiple vehicle car accidents a common occurrence.  Multiple vehicle accidents often cause problems for making personal injury claims because the question of who is responsible is often disputed. To make a personal injury claim under Georgia law, a claimant must show that s/he is not at fault, that the other driver's negligence…Read More

  • Published: 07/31/2016

Our office located in Hapeville caters to clients who have been injured in automobile accidents.  Like all personal injury claims, making a successful claim for injuries sustained in a car accident requires a showing that the other driver was negligent, and that his or her negligence caused you to suffer from injuries and other losses.  There are several key elements…Read More

  • Published: 07/23/2016

If you are looking for a personal injury attorney on the south side of Atlanta near Hapeville, East Point, or College Park, we have an office conveniently located near the airport.  Our attorneys offer consultations in our Hapeville office.  Before you schedule an appointment to speak with an attorney, you may have many questions about what to expect.  The article…Read More

  • Published: 07/17/2016

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a recall on Bard Davol surgical meshes that were distributed under the C.R. Bard Davol brand name but later discovered to be counterfeit mesh.  The Bard/Davol mesh is typically used for hernia surgery repair by covering the weakened or torn tissue in the body and closed into the body; thus, the use of…Read More

  • Published: 07/14/2016

Patients in Georgia who have received DePuy ASR hip implants may have claims for defective product liability if their implants failed.  In 2010, after years of receiving complaints from patients and doctors that their hip implants were causing complications, DePuy Orthopedics Inc. recalled two of its DePuy ASR (Articular Surface Replacement) Hip Implants.  Studies showed that patients who received the…Read More

  • Published: 07/09/2016

Many women in Atlanta, Georgia and all around the country have experienced complications from transvaginal mesh patches that have been used to treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and have initiated the help of Georgia lawyers to recover compensation for medical bills and pain and suffering associated with their problems. In July 2011, the FDA issued…Read More

  • Published: 06/27/2016

Georgia Property Owners, Including Apartment Complexes, Have Duty to Protect Tenants From Crimes In Georgia, property owners owe their tenants a duty of care to keep the tenants reasonably safe while on their premises.  A lot of people probably do not know that if they are a victim of crime that occurs on an apartment complex's premises (or, say, even…Read More

  • Published: 06/27/2016

Dog Bite Liability in Georgia Victims of dog attacks in Atlanta, Georgia may often recover from the dog owners for their injuries.  Like all premises liability cases, under Georgia law, recovering for injuries sustained by a dog bite requires a showing that the dog owner either knew or should have known about the animal's dangerous and violent propensities.   Dog owners…Read More

  • Published: 06/21/2016

Negligent Security Claims In Georgia Georgia Property Owners Owe a Duty to Keep Patrons Safe In Georgia, property owners owe a duty to visitors to keep their property in safe from dangerous conditions, including crime.  You may think that property owners cannot be held responsible for the actions of third party criminals, but that is not what Georgia law on…Read More

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