Georgia Personal Injury Blog

on January 1st, 2022

What You Should Know About Calculating Lost Wages From Your Accident

Each year, millions of Americans are injured in various accidents. In order to recover from these injuries, many of these people are forced to take time off work. If their injuries are severe, they may be forced to take significant amounts of time off of work. If you were injured in an accident that was…

on December 1st, 2021

Why Posting on Social Media After an Accident Can Hurt Your Case

If you or someone close to you sustained a serious injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, resist the temptation to post your nightmare on social media. Any information that you put out there could potentially hurt your case and help the insurance company and the other parties involved to use the posting against…

on November 20th, 2021

What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

After an accident, insurance company representatives will contact you to try to investigate your accident. To protect your rights and your ability to seek full and fair compensation for your injuries, there are some things that you should refrain from saying to them. What Is an Insurance Adjuster? Insurance adjusters are employed by insurance companies.…

on September 8th, 2021

5 Tips for Safe Travel During the Holidays

The days or weeks leading up to Thanksgiving mean heavy traffic. Many people leave town to spend the holidays with their families. Some take flights, while others choose to drive long distances. When more cars are on the road, there’s a higher chance of accidents. The holiday season can also cause impaired and drowsy drivers…

on June 5th, 2020

What You Need to Know About Georgia’s Statute of Limitations

The weeks and months immediately following an accident can be a painful, confusing, and difficult time for many accident victims. Unfortunately, most accident victims must also consider during this time whether they wish to file a claim for compensation for their injuries. Georgia law only provides a small window for injury victims to file a…

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 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 January 10th, 2020

Negligence in Personal Injury Cases

Have you suffered an injury at work or in a car accident? Do you think you might need a personal injury lawyer, but you are not sure if one would accept your case? While an experienced lawyer in Georgia can help anyone who has suffered losses due to someone else’s negligence, there are some personal…

on January 3rd, 2020

Concussions and Traumatic Brain Injury

A traumatic brain injury, such as a concussion, can lead to significant difficulties for the victim and the family, whether the injury is mild or severe. After a concussion, you may experience painful or uncomfortable symptoms, such as nausea and headaches, and even permanent brain damage. Recovery from such an injury may require months or…

on November 15th, 2019

Settlement vs. Trial in a Personal Injury Claim

When you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you want to get compensated for your injuries and expenses as quickly as possible. While some claims are settled quickly, some are not. That is when you have to work with your attorney to decide if you want to pursue the matter in court or…

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