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  • Published: 04/30/2016

Although car accidents involving sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and trucks are not normally different from any other accidents as far as proving liability against the driver who caused the wreck, when a SUV or a truck rolls over in a automobile wreck and the roof crushes, there could be additional liability against the manufacturer of the vehicle. Although roof crushes…Read More

  • Published: 04/24/2016

Recovering Damages From a Drunk Driver If you are injured by or lost a loved one to a car accident caused by a drunk driver, you may not only recover compensation for medical expenses and pain and suffering, but you may also be able to recover what is known as "punitive damages."  The word punitive means inflicting punishment, and punitive…Read More

  • 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…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…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…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…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…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…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…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…Read More

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