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Timeline Of A Personal Injury Case

If you suffered harm and believe someone else was liable for your injuries, it’s understandable that you want a settlement as soon as possible. However, personal injury cases are often a matter of negotiation and back and forth with insurance companies and sometimes they result in trial. Understanding the process will help you know what to expect and...
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Understanding Georgia Product Liability Laws

A product liability lawsuit serves to hold a manufacturing or distributing company legally responsible for damages caused by defective or dangerous products. All companies owe high standards of care to consumers. They must make sure their products are safe for use as intended. Failure to ensure the safety of an item through careful design, testing, and adequate warning...
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Important Georgia Birth Injury FAQ’s

Although most babies in the United States are delivered with little to no birth injuries, there are approximately 28,000 birth injuries reported every year.  If a medical professional is negligent or makes a mistake during pregnancy, labor, or delivery it could result in the serious injury or even death of a baby.  There are few injuries that can...
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Common Causes of Wrong Way Accidents

According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHA), wrong way accidents account for 300 to 400 fatalities a year on average in the U.S. or about 3% of all traffic-related fatalities. Although this is a small percentage of overall fatalities these accidents tend to be more severe than other types of crashes because they typically involve high speeds and head-on...
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Georgia-Specific Workers’ Compensation Rules

Workers' Compensation In Georgia As an employee working in Georgia, you should learn the specific rules that govern the workers’ compensation system. Georgia’s Workers’ Compensation Law mandates dozens of rules that employers and employees must obey to fulfill the requirements of this insurance system. Obeying the rules is necessary to avoid hurting your chances of receiving compensation. Skipping a step...
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