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Summer Brings Special Injury Risks – Premises Liability Claims

July 10, 2019

If you suffer injury from a hazard on private, public, or commercial property, you might have the right to monetary damages.  Generally, property owners have a duty to keep their premises safe, but the scope of this duty varies significantly depending on the specific facts and situation. Summer activities tend to include resorts, swimming pools, amusement parks, concerts, and other seasonal forms of recreation.  

The Most Common Signs of Negligent Child Care

July 07, 2019

As a parent, you are not able to be with your child at every second of the day. Whether you have a full time job or have other responsibilities, you are in reliance of a child care provider/center to take care of your babies when you are away from them. You, as do many of us, entrust the provider or facility with the care and safety of your child. Unfortunately, however, daycare negligence is on the rise in the United States, leading to serious injuries and sometimes the death of children in the care of others.

Who Pays for Damages Caused by E-Scooters?

July 07, 2019

E-Scooters are increasingly popular across the U.S., especially in cities. Riders do not need to purchase insurance before they rent the motorized vehicle and zoom down the street. On the other hand, e-scooter companies like Lime and Bird do not conduct any testing at all to determine whether the rider who leased time on their e-scooter is a safe rider. Additionally, Lime and Bird do not perform safety checks on their e-scooters to make certain that their safety equipment such as the brakes and lights are in working order. So when an accident inevitably happens, the first question people will ask is, “who pays?”

Montlick & Associates E-Scooter Lawyers

July 07, 2019

The last thing that people think about before they speed off on an electric scooter is the idea that they might end up in an accident.  If, in the event you or a member of your family has been hurt or killed in an e-scooter accident, there several reasons why hiring an experienced, knowledgeable, and aggressive Atlanta e-scooter injury lawyer to can be a critical step to navigating the claims process and receiving maximum compensation under the law for your injuries.

E-Scooters: Dangerous and Unpredictable

July 06, 2019

Many e-scooter riders think that they are free to do whatever they like because there are very few rules that govern how riders should conduct themselves. As always, the law lags well behind technological advancements. Consequently, the spread of this newly popular method of travel that leaves behind a smaller carbon footprint than other modes of transportation has created legal issues of first impression in many places like Atlanta. 

Firework Celebrations Can Mean Serious Injuries and Liability

July 03, 2019

Although the July 4th holiday has become closely associated with celebrations that include fireworks, the month of July sees a huge increase in firework-related injuries.  The Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that an average of 280 people suffers injuries caused by fireworks daily each year throughout the month of July.  While some of these accidents involve careless or ill-advised conduct by the injured individual, many burns and fires that result in serious injuries occur for reasons other than unsafe conduct by the injured party.  When a fireworks injury is caused by the negligence of a neighbor setting off fireworks in their backyard or a municipality or commercial entity conducting a public fireworks display, injured spectators or bystanders can have the legal right to financial compensation.

The Top 3 Things You Should Have in Your Emergency Home Kit

June 29, 2019

According to an online article at kiplinger.com, the hurricane season for the Atlantic started on June 1, 2019.  Forecasters from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predict a repeat of last year’s Hurricane Season.  This means that there is the potential for there to be nine to fifteen hurricanes between and between two and four storms to be a Category 3 or greater.*

Physician Sues Six-Flags Great Adventure for Injuries on “World’s Fastest Roller Coaster”

June 25, 2019

CAMDEN, N.J. — A physician claims he suffered serious, permanent injuries to his spine while riding the extreme roller coaster dubbed “Kingda Ka” in a lawsuit filed in a New Jersey Superior Court that was removed to federal court in Camden upon the motion by Six-Flags according to courierpostonline.com. Six-Flags boasts that Kingda Ka is the fastest roller coaster in the world. App.com said the roller coaster travels from a dead stop to 128 miles per hour in less than four seconds, and the ride lasts just under one minute. However, the six-foot, two-inch-tall physician claimed that he suffered injuries because of Six-Flags' failure to warn riders about the possibility that the roller coaster'[s seats and safety systems might inflict injuries upon taller riders. *

Alarming Number of Injuries Caused by E-Scooters Uncovered by Safety Investigation

June 14, 2019

According to an online report at abc3340.com, if you have walked around a major city across the United States, it is likely for you to see electric scooters around the area.  Or quite possibly, you have ridden on one yourself.  E-scooters are battery powered vehicles that can ride up to fifteen miles per hour, which is what makes them so popular.  But with all the excitement e-scooters have to offer, they raise a very serious question as to their safety.  Per a Consumer Reports investigation, they have uncovered that severe e-scooter accidents are occurring more frequently than expected.*

Tips to Help You Avoid Bicycle Accidents With Injuries

June 14, 2019

According to a study conducted by the federal government, approximately seven hundred individuals died in bicycle accidents last year, and over ninety percent of bicyclist deaths involved a passenger vehicle.  Almost 550,000 bikers were taken to emergency rooms following a crash.  These statistics are alarming, and the numbers of bicycle accidents continue to increase per year.  In order to avoid being injured in an accident, adhere to the following safety tips when riding a bicycle:

Federal Government Releases a List of Nursing Homes

June 14, 2019

Federal Government Releases a List of Nursing Homes that May Require Special Performance Improvement Plans

According to an online news report at wjcl.com, the federal government has released a list of hundreds of nursing homes that may fit a special performance improvement program, with two of them located in South Carolina and Georgia.*

Water Safety is Critical this Summer

May 30, 2019

TROUP COUNTY, GA – According to an online news report at lagrangenews.com, five people drowned in water across the state of Georgia during the Memorial Day weekend, including one man at West Point Lake.  These accidents highlight the need for water safety, which is critical this summer.*

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Many of our blog articles discuss the law. All information provided about the law is very general in nature and should not be relied upon as legal advice. Every situation is different, and should be analyzed by a lawyer who can provide individualized advice based on the facts involved in your unique situation, and a consideration of all of the nuances of the statutes and case law that apply at the time.