Georgia Injury Attorney Blog

on February 25th, 2017

Undercover investigation costs Walgreens $500k for misleading ads

Walgreens ordered to pay $500K fine for misleading ads New York’s Attorney General’s office has found that Walgreens has been misleading their customers in sales practices. An undercover investigation discovered that Walgreens have been practicing deceptive sales tactics on more than one front: Sales Ad Deception: Prices were posted in Walgreens print advertisements that would…


Johnson and Johnson lose $55 millions in talcum powder lawsuit

Broken trust in a household name Johnson and Johnson, a name synonymous with baby care and health products, has been ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who claims that years of using Johnson and Johnson’s talc-powder containing products caused her to develop ovarian cancer. She is not the only woman who has come…


Wishing Everyone A Safe and Fun Memorial Day Weekend

Wishing everyone a safe and fun extended Memorial Day weekend. While you are enjoying time with your families and friends please take the time to remember and honor the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives in defense of our freedoms. Our Cumming, Atlanta, and Alpharetta offices will be closed Monday so that our…


Lawsuits filed against bone cement that causes blood clotting

Several patients have died during spinal surgery that involved the use of Norian bone cement. During the operations the bone cement, which has not been approved by the FDA, entered the blood stream and resulted in lethal blood clotting. The families of two patients who passed away have filed lawsuits against the doctor, university and…


Is this the largest vehicle safety recall in American history?

An item intended to save your life during a car accident can potentially cause more harm than good. A common brand of airbag inflators has the potential to deploy more as an explosive than as a safety device, sending metal shards through your vehicle. A recall has been issued for Takata brand airbag inflators, a…


Starbucks lawsuit update

In an April blog post we informed you that a lawsuit accusing Starbucks of under-filling their lattes had been filed. On June 17, 2016 a U.S. District Judge determined that the lawsuit can move forward. The lawsuit claims that Starbucks knowingly under-filled lattes by 25%. The judge dismissed 5 of the plaintiff’s claims, leaving 3…


Tips to prevent summer teen auto accidents

Summer is Auto Accident Season for Teen Drivers This week marks the beginning of summer, which means school is out and more teen drivers will be on the road. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reports that summer months are the deadliest for teen drivers. This doesn’t come as too much of a surprise; summer…


Delayed injuries after a car accident

Injuries following a car accident are not always obvious, and a person could go for hours or days before realizing he or she was injured in an accident. Neck, back, and even some traumatic brain injuries can be missed immediately after an accident because the injured person does not immediately experience pain in the affected…

on January 31st, 2017

Can a landlord be responsible for a dog bite by a tenant’s dog?

As property owners, landlords have the duty to keep their properties safe for the tenants, and under some conditions, for people who use the common areas of the property. However, a landlord’s duty is not absolute, which means that there are some circumstances under which a person can get hurt on the property, and the…


The duty of property owners to protect people on their premises

Owning real estate comes with many rights and responsibilities, one of which is ensuring that the property is in reasonably safe condition so that other people can be on the property without getting hurt. However, people get hurt in accidents every day, and many of those occur due to dangerous conditions on land or in…

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