Lane Changing Liability: Who is at Fault?

Categories: Car Accident

lane changing in rainy traffic

Anyone operating a vehicle in the state of Georgia must follow the proper procedure when changing lanes. Sadly, improper lane change techniques are a common reason for highway and roadway collisions in the state. In many cases, improper lane changes create a presumption that one driver is not maneuvering in the way they intend or…

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Exploring the Dram Shop Laws in Georgia

Categories: DUIs in Georgia

people at wild party

Alcohol is a common cause of the state’s most severe and tragic accidents. When someone is injured because of a drunken driver, they have the right to seek compensation from the at-fault driver, but also the vendor that supplied the alcohol. Most states in the U.S. now have laws that hold social hosts and vendors…

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Van Sant Law Gives Veterans a Chance to Succeed

Categories: Scholarships

Scholarships

After their years of service, many veterans return to home only to realize that they do not have a career path set. After all, the average of a person enlisting in the United States Military is 21, because the maximum age allowed is 35 years. Therefore, a 21-year old is unlikely to have a career…

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Proving Dangerous and Defective Property

Categories: Premises Liability

Liability

When accidents are caused by dangerous or defective property, whether inside or on the outside of a building, it falls under premises liability. These accidents might occur in private homes, commercial buildings, or even public property. Premises are dangerous for a variety of reasons. Whether it is a faulty design, poor construction, and building materials,…

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What is Premises Liability?

Categories: Premises Liability

Shoes on stairs liability

Georgia’s premises liability laws require all property owners and land occupants to be prudent and exercise care to keep their premises safe for all guests and invitees. While it is a legal requirement, that does not mean all property owners follow it. In fact, each year hundreds of individuals are injured on a property due…

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Who Pays When the Lawsuit is Won?

Categories: Personal Injury

Lawsuit

A personal injury lawsuit might name an individual, company, or insurance company. However, you may wonder if you win, which party pays for the lawsuit in your judgment or a settlement situation. The answer depends on the lawsuit and if the defendant has insurance coverage. When you are injured, and someone else is at fault…

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Back to Basics: 5 Ignored Rules of the Road to Start Practicing

Categories: Car Accidents

Driving down the Road

Accident and Injury Attorney Helping Victims Injured by Careless Drivers When you turn sixteen, you thoroughly read and memorize the driver’s manual. You practice all driving laws with precision, and you make sure you do not miss one single rule. After a few years of driving, and long past your driver’s test, you might forget…

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7 Steps to a Successful Accident Claim Experience

Categories: Personal Injury

Accident Claim

Atlanta Accident and Injury Attorney Helping Victims File Accident Claims No one plans on filing an automobile accident claim, but with the statistics of accidents occurring each day in the U.S., you are likely to experience it at least once in your lifetime. Therefore, you can do yourself a favor and understand the process. While…

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How to End Negligent Security Claims for Good

Categories: Premises Liability

Negligent Security Claims

Experienced Atlanta Injury Attorney Explains Negligent Security Causes Negligent security claims are a form of premise liability. Every property owner in the state, including property managers and tenants, have an obligation to provide adequate security for their guests. They must protect visitors against criminal actions, including robbery, rape, assault, murder, or another crime against the…

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