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Should You Post to Social Media Following a Car Wreck?

Social media is a powerful tool for personal branding, networking, and communicating with family and friends, but it can also leave you vulnerable to attacks from the insurance company after you’ve been injured in a wreck, slip and fall, or dog bite.

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What to Do if Injured While in a Lyft or Uber Rideshare

Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have become extremely popular in recent years. It's no surprise, because they offer a convenient way to get around town while avoiding some of the issues associated with other forms of transportation. But there are risks involved with rideshare services as well—these include potential injury or death due to an accident caused by another driver on the road, as well as injuries sustained by passengers themselves.

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What Happens if I Wreck Someone Else's Car?

It can be dangerous and costly to drive someone else's car if you get into an accident. Even if you drive carefully, unexpected things can still happen. Before getting behind the wheel of a friend’s car, there are a few crucial things to consider.

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When Can You Hold a Georgia Dog Owner Liable for a Bite?

Dogs might be “man’s best friend,” but when they reach their breaking point and bite someone, the consequences are often devastating. Animal attacks can cause serious injuries, permanent scarring, total disfigurement, and even death. Unfortunately, many dog attacks in Georgia involve minor children resulting in severe and permanent disfigurement and sometimes death.

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How Long Does It Take a Personal Injury Claim to Settle?

We recently shared a blog about how long you have in Georgia to settle a personal injury claim, which includes the two-year statute of limitations. We would like to address a similar but different question: how long does it take to settle a personal injury claim?

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Medical Malpractice: How the Most Innocent Mistakes Can Leave the Most Damaging Effects

It’s been 10 years since The Washington Post released their article shedding light on one of the most dangerous problems we currently face with our healthcare system.

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How Long Do I Have to Settle an Injury Claim: What Is the Statute of Limitations?

The statute of limitations is a vital aspect of settling a claim for personal injury. The statute of limitations is two (2) years from the date of injury for filing a claim. See O.C.G.A. 9-3-33. This means that you have a time limit or deadline of two (2) years within which you are allowed to settle your claim with the insurance company or file your personal injury claim in Georgia.

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Georgia Traffic Accidents in 2020

The coronavirus has brought an overall reduction in traffic volume in Georgia. Traffic has gone down by 60% in the state, according to the Georgia Department of Transportation. But this does not mean that traffic accidents in Georgia have gone down at the same rate. Instead, something more sinister may be underway.

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Not Wearing A Seatbelt in Georgia? This Is What Happens to Your Injury Claim

Does it matter if I was wearing a seatbelt, car accident in Georgia, seatbelt law in Georgia, will I lose my claim if I was not wearing a seatbelt in Georgia?

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What Is the Law for Texting and Driving in Georgia?

Texting or using the phone is one of the most blatantly negligent acts motorists can commit while driving. It makes them lose their focus, take their eyes off the road, and greatly increases their risk of death, injury, or property damage.

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