We have advocated for many people dealing with medical malpractice such as omission, failure to diagnose, errors during surgery, and more.
It’s a new year which means billions of people are making resolutions to better their overall life. We believe one of the best resolutions you can make is to improve your driving! With millions of people on Georgia roads every day, you can help make the road a safer place by eliminating distracted driving.
Every month, you pay a certain amount of money to your insurance company to ensure that if or when you need their help, you will be in good standing with them. Frustratingly, some insurance companies don’t play by the rules. They want to save as much money as possible instead of acting on your best interests.
Fortunately, your insurance company doesn’t always get the last say when it comes to denying an insurance claim. If needed, your insurance lawyer can take them to court and fight for the money you deserve. Discover the details:
With Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner, the holiday season is in full swing. This means that many more people are at malls and local stores than usual. With an influx of shoppers, it’s possible that your safety is at risk. When you’re shopping, make sure to take appropriate steps to avoid an injury. If you endure an injury, you may have a premises liability case on your hands. Consider the following ways to stay safe:
Each year, millions of tractor-trailers are traveling on highways in America. Unfortunately, this means that the chance of an accident with these huge vehicles increases exponentially. As a driver on Georgia roads, there are many ways you can steer clear of an accident with these huge trucks. Consider these tips:
Brain injuries are too common these days, especially with the popularity of sports on the rise. It’s important to take care of your brain and take necessary steps if you endure an injury. Here’s what you need to know:
If you’ve been injured, you are likely entitled to compensation. It is important to seek reimbursement for all expenses related to the work injury. It not only demands the responsible party to be held accountable, but it will also ease any financial burden you may have in the present and future.
Georgia’s Hands-Free law went into effect on July 1, 2018, prohibiting drivers from holding their phones while speaking on a call, operating GPS, using the internet, or recording video. Although some counties are granting drivers a grace period, it’s important to begin following the law and break bad habits. Here are some strategies for following the law and fighting the
The Hands-Free Driving Law makes Georgia the 15th state to ban the use of electronic devices while operating a vehicle. What is allowed and what is prohibited under this new law can be confusing, but we’ll help you understand what you can and can’t do under it.
Many people don’t seek out a personal injury lawyer because they think they can win the case on their own. However, having an attorney on your side can be the difference between winning and losing a case!