The List of Possible Defendants in a Trucking Accident Case

Categories: Trucking

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Experienced Georgia Truck Accident Lawyer When you are injured in a motor vehicle accident with another passenger vehicle, identifying the defendant is easy: it is the driver of the car. When you are injured in an accident with a semi-truck or commercial vehicle, the defendant is not as easily picked out of the crowd. There…

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Truck Company Auto Insurance Policy Limits: How Does This Affect Me?

Categories: Insurance

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Skilled Trucking Insurance Policy Attorney You do not put much thought into auto insurance policies until you need to file a claim. Then, you start hearing terms like “policy limits,” being thrown about by insurance claims adjusters. When you are in an accident with a semi-truck, the injuries are often more catastrophic, and the damages…

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NTSB Most Wanted List: What Is on It for Trucking Accidents?

Categories: Truck Accidents

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Knowledgeable Trucking Accident Lawyer Serving Georgia Clients Each year the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) releases their Most Wanted List. The list goes over their top priorities for increasing awareness, reducing accidents, and making changes in legislation that protect anyone traveling in the United States by road, sea, or air. The 2017-2018 Most Wanted List…

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Is Your Landlord Liable for Your Slip and Fall?

Categories: Premises Liability

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Georgia’s Skilled Slip and Fall Injury Attorney Renting has its perks. One of those being that as the renter, you do not have to worry about maintenance and repairs; instead, that is taken care of by your landlord. When you pay monthly rent, you expect your landlord to take care of the grounds, make repairs…

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OSHA’s Role in Worker Safety

Categories: Workers' Compensation

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), plays a pivotal role in worker safety. In fact, 35 years ago, workplace safety was unheard of, and employers were not held to the same rigorous standards they are today. Stemming from the OSH Act of 1970, OSHA is there to ensure employers are responsible for providing their…

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Tips for Using Cruise Control Safely

Categories: Accident Avoidance

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Experienced Car Accident Lawyer Offers Tips on Safe Cruise Control Use for Georgia Drivers Cruise control was once a luxury feature offered only on high-end vehicles. Today, however, it is a standard feature on most SUVs, sedans, and trucks. While standard in most cars today, many drivers are unaware of how to use cruise control…

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Safe Toys and Gifts Month: How to Pick Safer Toys for Christmas

Categories: Personal Injury

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Did you know that December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month? It is when multiple organizations, including the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), come together to increase awareness about toy safety. In 2010, the United States saw an estimated 251,700 toy-related injuries in emergency rooms across the country. Over three-quarters of those injuries happened…

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Wearing a Seatbelt Saves Your Life – and Your Injury Claim

Categories: Accident Victims

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Personal Injury Lawyer Assists Georgia Drivers with Seatbelt Safety and Injury Claims In the state of Georgia, passengers and drivers are required to wear seatbelts in a vehicle. If you don’t wear your seatbelt and get into an accident, you may wonder how the failure to buckle-up will affect your case. Well, here’s the answer…

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Are Haunted Houses Liable for Injuries?

Categories: Personal Injury

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Being frightened in a haunted house is all part of the Halloween fun. However, if you are injured in a haunted house, your ability to hold the owner liable for those injuries could be limited. Haunted houses, whether hosted by a commercial organization or local homeowner, are a common fixture on Halloween night. In fact,…

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