Georgia Injury Attorney Blog

on April 10th, 2020

The Types of Claimants in a Premises Liability Case

When you enter the property of another person, you expect that the premises is safe for visitors. However, not all property owners and occupiers keep their premises free of hazards, and when an accident occurs they may be held responsible under the theory of premises liability. However, Georgia law differentiates between three different types of…

on April 3rd, 2020

What is Wrongful Death?

In a Georgia personal injury case, an injured victim can bring a claim for damages against those responsible for the harm caused in the accident. What happens when an accident is so serious that the victim dies as a result of their injuries? In these cases, the family of the victim is allowed to bring…

on March 27th, 2020

Compensation in a Georgia Personal Injury Case

Clients always want to know what their personal injury case is worth after an accident. Compensation is required to help pay for medical bills, cover costs until a person can return to work, and help restart the victim’s life after an accident. In order to understand how much a claim is worth, it helps to…

on March 20th, 2020

What You Should Know About Nursing Home Abuse

When you place a loved one in the care of a nursing home, you expect your loved one to receive quality care and friendly treatment. The last thing you expect is that your loved one may be mistreated by his or her caregivers. Unfortunately, there are many cases of physical, emotional, and sexual elder abuse…

on March 13th, 2020

The Importance the Police Reports After a Car Wreck

It is very important to obtain a copy of your police report after a car accident. This report contains some important pieces of the puzzle that you will need to pursue compensation from the parties responsible for the crash.  The police will come to the scene of your car accident and write an unbiased witness…

on March 8th, 2020

What are the Signs of Nursing Home Neglect?

Millions of our elderly loved ones live in nursing homes and long-term care facilities in Georgia and throughout the United States. We expect that our family members will be treated with love and respect in these facilities, but unfortunately our elderly are treated with neglect far more often than most people realize. Nursing home neglect…

on March 6th, 2020

Negligent Security Claims in Georgia

Security is important for the well-being of everyone in our society. Although people always face the risk of being the victim of a crime, there are places where people expect to feel safe. This may include business offices, restaurants, bars, stores, and other places of business.  Inadequate Security Security negligence occurs when companies do not…

on February 28th, 2020

Neck and Back Injuries From a Car Accident

The areas of the body most likely to be injured in a car accident are the back and neck. Many people who are affected by injuries in these areas tend to suffer pain for a long time. The magnitude of this pain may vary depending on the severity and types of injuries suffered. When a…

on February 21st, 2020

How to Deal with Brain Stem Injuries

Injury to one of the most important parts of our body, the brain stem, can have serious health repercussions, both physical and mental. An accident that causes brain stem injury can render a person paralyzed, cause memory loss, and in some cases, prove to be fatal. Since the brain stem performs important functions, living or…

on February 14th, 2020

Crush Injuries and Amputations 

In particularly violent and severe car accidents, passengers or other victims suffer from serious injuries and amputations. Injuries in car accidents are usually due to: Arms getting stuck between the seat and the car door The driver’s or the front seat passenger’s legs getting trapped under the dashboard. The victim being crushed between two cars…

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