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Who Pays Damages in Dog Bite Cases?

In 2016, 31 people died from dog bite related injuries in the United States. Of these 31 fatalities, 42% of the victims were children under the age of nine. Dog bites have unique and often long-lasting physical, emotional, and financial effects on victims and their families. For victims of dog bites, filing a dog bite claim with a...
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Why Kaufman? 3 Reasons Our Clients Choose US

After injury from a car accident, it’s natural to feel shaken, stressed and confused. Most people hate the idea of hiring an attorney.  They think they can handle their own insurance claims and medical care To ensure your rights are protected, you should explore options to get help.  Why Kaufman?  Here's why: Our staff: Kaufman Law operates like...
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Apple iOS11 Driving Mode: Literally a Lifesaver?

It’s no secret that driving distractions today, are more prevalent than ever before. According to the National Safety Council, 20% of drivers aged 18 to 20 don’t believe that texting affects their driving. Even more astounding, almost 30% of drivers aged 21 to 34 reported the same. Texting, social media, and even talking on the phone without Bluetooth...
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Preventing Teen Auto Accidents This Fall

Teenagers across the country head back to school during August and September. Unfortunately, back-to-school time correlates with an increased risk of teen driving accidents. Teenagers are more likely to be involved in a crash than adults because of their lack of experience. To keep your teen driver safe this fall, it is important to provide proper guidance. We...
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Host a Safe BBQ During This Summer Grilling Season

Now that summer is in full swing, many people are firing up the grill and inviting friends and family over for BBQs. To prevent injury or illness to yourself and your guests, it is important to use the grill safely and to handle all food properly. 14 Tips for Safely Operating Your Grill How can you avoid a...
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Dangers of Driving While Using Hands-Free Devices

Car manufacturers are steadily making a number of new technologies standard in many of their automobiles. The newest generations of cars now have things like backup cameras, collision avoidance systems, lane-drifting alerts, and voice command technology designed to keep the driver’s mental, cognitive, and manual attention focused on the task of driving. Unfortunately, these technologies can give some...
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Lawrenceville Multi-Vehicle Accident Kills One, Injures More Than a Dozen

On June 12, 2017, many Atlanta commuters were impacted by the horrific crash that took place on GA 316 in Lawrenceville. Multiple lanes on the roadway were closed for hours. To date, one person has been killed and more than a dozen injured, including two critically, in the wreck, which involved eight vehicles, including a tractor-trailer. We at...
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Tips for Preventing Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycles are inherently less safe than cars, lacking many of the safety features that help minimize the vulnerability of drivers and passengers during an accident. While they may be dangerous, the freedom they provide is part of a motorcycle’s allure. There are ways to reduce the likelihood of an accident by simply exercising caution and embracing safe driving...
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Teach Your Children How to Safely Interact with Dogs

A dog can be an excellent addition to a family. They are loyal companions, fun playmates, and offer children the opportunity to learn about responsibility. Whether you decide to get a pet for your household or simply want your children to learn how to interact with other people’s dogs, it is important to teach them how to safely...
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Motorcycle Riders: Check Tire Pressure to Increase Safety

One of the simplest things you can do as a Georgia motorcyclist is to ensure that you maintain the proper tire pressure, but many riders don’t do this on a regular basis. Instead, they will only think to check the tires when the bike starts to handle in a sluggish fashion. Failing to regularly monitor tires can be...
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Examining Three of the Most Common Truck Driver Distractions

Most people are aware that texting while driving is dangerous. The federal government recognized the danger and, as a result, banned commercial truck drivers from using hand-held cell phones behind the wheel. Unfortunately, this hasn’t stopped some truck drivers from continuing to drive with this dangerous distraction. According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), the three...
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40 Years of Practicing for Kaufman Law, P.C.

Kaufman Law, P.C. is proud to announce that 2017 marks our 40-year anniversary of protecting the rights and recovering the entitled compensation our clients deserve. Since 1977, our Atlanta personal injury lawyers have been devoted to helping thousands of clients get back what they have lost. Benefits of obtaining legal representation from our experienced team: Legal assistance available 24/7...
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Smarter Cars = More Distractions

Years ago, buying a new car meant kicking the tires a couple of times, looked under the hood, and then asking the salesman, “How does she ride?” Now when you shop for a new car, looking under the hood makes no sense at all considering what you see looks absolutely nothing like an engine! In fact, newer cars...
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Five Common Myths About Slip and Fall Accidents

Slip and fall accidents are common causes of injury on private property. While many of these accidents are mere accidents and not anyone’s fault, others are caused by the negligence of a property owner. For example, failing to keep a floor clean and clear of debris or failing to warn guests of a recently mopped floor could make the...
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What Is The True Cost of Care for a Spinal Cord Injury?

As Atlanta personal injury attorneys, our team at Kaufman Law, P.C. knows full well the extent that an injury and the medical costs of therapy and treatment can be astronomical. If you have been growing increasingly anxious about the rising costs of your health care, you are not alone. This applies in particular if you have suffered a...
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What You Need to Know About Concussions

At Kaufman Law, P.C., we help clients who have suffered from numerous types of serious and catastrophic injuries. A brain injury is arguably one of the more severe, as the effects of it can run a full range. Some people only experience temporary symptoms; on the other end of the spectrum, someone might suffer a concussion and experience lifelong...
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What Causes Semi-Truck Tire Blowouts?

What happens when a driver loses control of an 80,000-pound semi-truck? It’s not difficult to imagine the potential devastation. Because truck accidents are so dangerous, the drivers and trucking companies that operate commercial trucks in Georgia must follow strict federal guidelines. These guidelines regulate the inspection and maintenance of truck tires. When trucking companies and drivers fail to properly...
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Car Seat Safety Tips All Parents Should Know

You painted the nursery. You put together the crib. How could installing the car seat be such a challenge? You chose a car seat with good ease of use ratings. You tried to follow the instructions in the manual, but the seat still wobbles. Maybe you are not the problem. A 2012 study found that many cars are not...
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Overloaded Big Rigs Cause Accidents

In 1972, the State of Georgia adopted the federal regulations that govern commercial vehicles weighing 10,001 pounds or more. These vehicles are required to stop for inspection at all open weigh stations along their Georgia route. Why does the weight of a truck matter? Overweight trucks have a higher center of gravity that makes the truck more difficult...
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Six Car Seat Myths: Is Your Child Safe?

A properly installed car seat is the best way to protect a young child during a car crash. However, the American Association of Pediatrics says that 75 to 80% of car seats aren’t properly installed. This means children are being put at risk. There are many reasons why car seats aren’t used correctly. Sometimes, it is because the...
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