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When an individual suffers an unanticipated injury, it may result in intense pain, periods off work, extraordinary medical expenses and other hardships. Those who suffer these adverse consequences may have a right to pursue a personal injury claim or lawsuit to receive compensation for their injuries, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages. Because we know that those injured by the carelessness of others usually do not have legal training, our Georgia Personal Injury Attorneys have endeavored to provide information on a range of issues regarding legal claims and available remedies. Although we discuss an extremely broad spectrum of topics, we know that you may have concerns about your specific case. We invite you to contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced Atlanta, Georgia Personal Injury Lawyers.

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The Most Common Causes of Serious Motorcycle Accidents

September 16, 2019

Motorcycle accidents are often serious, leading to severe injuries and even death.  This is because motorcycles lack the protective structure that passenger vehicles have. Specifically, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely than a passenger vehicle occupant to die in an accident.  They also five times more likely to sustain injuries.*  

The Most Common Types of Motorcycle Accidents

September 15, 2019

Motorcycle accidents are each different and inflict different traumas on the victims. Many motorcycle accidents tend to occur due to similar sets of circumstances, however. If you or a loved one enjoys riding, it is important to know how these accidents can happen. 

What You Need to Know About Georgia Homeowners Insurance

September 02, 2019

If you are a homeowner in Georgia, you likely have homeowners insurance. Usually, people buy these policies when they buy their houses, and barring a disaster, they rarely think about them. Here are some things you should know about homeowners insurance that can better protect you and save you money.

Wyoming Veteran Sues 3M for Defective Military Earplugs

August 29, 2019

NATRONA COUNTY, WY. – According to an online news report posted at, a veteran from Wyoming has sued manufacturer 3M for injuries he says he suffered due to defective military earplugs. The man says that the earplugs he was issued, which were manufactured by 3M, did not work as intended and caused him to develop hearing loss.*

A Brief Guide to Wrongful Death Actions in Georgia

August 27, 2019

A wrongful death claim arises in Georgia when person or company, either through negligence, an intentional act or by way of manufacturing a defective product, causes the death of another person.  However, in such cases, multiple claims often have to be presented, which can result in the plaintiff(s) pursuing the case individually as well as through an Estate.  

AAA Urges Drivers to Slow Down in School Zones

August 09, 2019

BREVARD COUNTY, FL – According to an online news report at, AAA is urging drivers to slow down and be alert when in school zones, as many students will be soon heading back to school.  If drivers fail to do so, it can have serious consequences including serious injuries or fatalities.*

The Most Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents in Georgia

August 08, 2019

Many cities in Georgia are becoming more walking friendly, bringing larger numbers of people out to walk to work, take a stroll shopping, or get some outdoor exercise. Unfortunately, however, the number of Georgia pedestrian accidents is also on the rise. What events contribute to pedestrian accidents in Georgia?

Arizona Attorney General Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Opioid Case

August 04, 2019

ARIZONA – According to an online news report posted at, the attorney general of Arizona has asked the United States Supreme Court to hear an opioid case against the family that owns Purdue Pharma. Purdue Pharma manufacturers OxyContin, and Arizona is petitioning for the Supreme Court to order the owners to pay back money they allegedly siphoned from the company.* 

Who is Responsible for Injuries on E-Scooters?

July 21, 2019

Electric scooters or “e-scooters” have entered the market in Atlanta as a fun alternative to walking, bicycle riding, driving, or taking public transportation. E-scooters are not like the old fashion push scooters many people had as children. They are about the same size as traditional foot pedal scootersbut run on an electric motor that propels riders on streets and sidewalks. The e-scooters offered for rent by companies such as Bird and Lime are quick and are easy to maneuver provided that the rider maintains his or her balance and pays close attention to the surrounding traffic situation in the street and on the sidewalk.

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?”

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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.