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Car Accidents in Atlanta

What Types of Car Accidents Are Most Common in Atlanta?

If you drive any type of vehicle, it’s likely that you’ll get into an accident at some point. Car accidents in Atlanta occur all the time. Despite all the various attempts to encourage road safety, drivers still take chances on the city’s roads. They drive while texting, drive while intoxicated and speed even though they…

hit and run in georgia

I Was the Victim of a Hit and Run in Georgia. What Should I Do?

Car crashes are usually scary and traumatic. Whether you were injured or not, you could be facing significant expenses. If you get hurt, you could also face a lengthy recovery and substantial medical bills. However, the impact of a car accident can be even harder to bear if it was a hit and run in…

UM and UIM Insurance

Do I Really Need UM/UIM Insurance in Georgia?

If you’re like most people, you understand the importance of auto insurance. However, you probably don’t want to pay any more in premiums than you have to. That’s why you may think twice when your agent asks if you want uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. All insurance companies in Georgia have to offer UM and…

I’m Sicker After Surgery. Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice in Georgia?

I’m Sicker After Surgery. Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice in Georgia?

Surgery is usually the last resort for both doctors and patients since even minor operations can cause complications. Usually, patients recover after their surgeries and they move on with their lives. However, there are cases where something goes wrong during the procedure and the outcome isn’t what anyone expected. The patient may wake up to…

Exceptions to the Statute of Limitations GA Medical Malpractice Cases

What Are the Exceptions to the Statute of Limitations in Georgia Medical Malpractice Cases?

In many GA medical malpractice cases, victims become aware of their rights only long after the malpractice occurred or wait too long before taking action. Some hear that the statute of limitations for malpractice actions in Georgia is of two years and, if it passed, they never seek compensation. No one should give up a…

How Can a Georgia Divorce Lawyer Help Me?

How Can a Georgia Divorce Lawyer Help Me?

Have you decided to file for divorce or received the notification that your spouse started the proceedings? You should consult a Georgia divorce lawyer. This is especially true if you have children or valuable assets to share and you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement. Divorces can get messy and painful not only…