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What Is A Contingency Fee? In a contingency fee arrangement, a client pays ZERO up-front costs. The client only pays if the case is successful. If a money is obtained, either through a settlement or a verdict, the lawyer gets a percentage of the total recovery. Lawyers and clients use this arrangement only in cases where money is being claimed, most often in...
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What is “Whiplash”? Whiplash is a very common injury that results from a car accident. Whiplash is a soft tissue injury to the neck caused by sudden, abrupt and rapid movement of the neck backward and forwards. This backward and forward motion is called hyperextension and hyperflexion of the neck. It can cause injury to the spinal vertebrae, ligaments and...
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How Social Media Can Impact Your Personal Injury Case Whether you are an avid social media user, or you only use it when you have something important to say, it is important to be cautious about posting anything on a social media site after a motor vehicle crash or personal injury.   The advantage of social media is that you can let your friends and family...
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What To Consider When Hiring An Attorney   After a serious injury or accident, the next thought is usually about how you are going to pay for it all.  It's important to hire the best attorney for your particular situation that can help represent you with the expertise and support you need to get the best possible outcome on your case. Only a very...
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How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia

How to File a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia The workers’ compensation system provides important recourse to injured employees throughout the state of Georgia. If you sustained an injury on the job, you have the right to medical treatment and a portion of your lost wages. However, filing a workers’ compensation claim can be confusing. Knowing the process can expedite...
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Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Court?   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...
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Proving Causation In Medical Malpractice Cases Medical malpractice claims are very similar to personal injury claims with a few key differences. One of the most apparent differences between these two types of lawsuit is the need to prove causation. In the legal world, “causation” refers to proof that a particular issue resulted from a specific action. The plaintiff must prove that the defendant’s...
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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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11 Common Auto Insurance Myths

All states require licensed drivers to carry auto insurance to legally drive. This is why it's important to understand the factors that affect your policy costs and coverage. Unfortunately, there are a lot of myths out there that have been perpetuated as common knowledge for years. To help clear up some of the misconceptions, Kaufman Law has compiled a list of...
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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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Steps to Take After a Truck Accident Truck accidents can be very catastrophic and leave you feeling very traumatized. The steps to take afterwards aren’t always clear. You’re feeling stressed, may be out of work due to injuries, and don’t know what to do next. The steps below can help guide you after you or a loved one has been involved in a truck...
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What NOT To Do After A Car Accident Most Georgia drivers have a good idea what to do following a car accident. Check everyone for injuries, contact the police to report the accident, and exchange insurance information with the other drivers. However, it’s also important to know what not to do. Some actions, even though they may seem innocuous or genuinely helpful, can lead to...
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