Georgia Personal Injury Blog

on July 17th, 2018

Will Seeing a Chiropractor Affect My Personal Injury Case?

Head, neck, and back trauma following a car accident is not uncommon. Some people seek medical attention for these conditions from their regular personal doctors, but some people may prefer to see a chiropractor instead. Those choosing to see a chiropractor instead of a medical doctor may wonder whether the cost of such care would…

on May 24th, 2018

Stacking Insurance Policies to Cover Accident Costs

Generally, when a person gets into a car accident with an insured driver, the at-fault driver’s insurance company pays for any damages sustained according to the limits of the driver’s policy. However, in some situations, the other driver may not have enough insurance to cover the damages, leaving the injured person to cover some costs.…

on May 15th, 2018

Waiting to File a Lawsuit Until After the Conclusion of a Criminal Trial

Following an incident in which someone gets injured, there is sometimes an intersection of criminal cases and civil cases, and how the cases are resolved can influence each other’s outcome. A person who is injured in an incident that gives rise to criminal charges against the defendant may wonder whether to file the lawsuit before…

on April 13th, 2018

An Appeal Following a Jury Verdict for Personal Injury

Plaintiffs who receive a substantial jury award for a personal injury lawsuit may soon find their victory short-lived when the defendant appeals the judgment instead of paying the award. Appeals are possible after a trial, and unfortunately, an appeal can result in a reduced or overturned award. While the defense can file an appeal based…

on March 17th, 2018

Don’t Sabotage Your Personal Injury Case

Millions of people are injured through no fault of their own every year. A portion of these people will seek legal justice and compensation, by working with a personal injury attorney. However, only some of those people will go on to win their case, and get the financial help that they need to rebuild their…

on March 16th, 2018

How can a Pre-Existing Condition Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

Being seriously injured in a car accident can lead to a long period of recovery and leave a person in need of long term medical care, even if the injured person was in the prime of his or her life and in great health at the time of the accident. The recovery for a person…

on March 2nd, 2018

What is Arbitration and How can it Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

Not many people read all the fine print when entering into a contract for services. This can lead to a person being forced into a dispute resolution method that is disadvantageous in terms of receiving damages when the person is injured through the actions of another person. Arbitration is one example of a dispute resolution…

on February 2nd, 2018

Flight Attendant Spilled Scalding Water on 12yr Old Causing Burns

When our clients boarded their flight to go on vacation, they never envisioned their 12 year old would leave the plane with a 3rd degree burn on his chest but that is just what happened. A flight attendant on a major airline was carrying an uncovered scalding hot cup of water and someone exited the…

on December 22nd, 2017

Winter Holidays Travel Tips

A lot of people decide to travel during the holiday season, and many of them do so by road. With many people traveling on the roads, it is important to take steps to avoid car accidents and reach your destination safely. The following are some safety tips for drivers planning to hit the road for…

on December 17th, 2017

How to Win a Personal Injury Case

If you have been hurt through no fault of your own, you are entitled to justice. However, it’s not always this simple and straightforward! The world of personal injury law is complicated and filled with many different variables, especially when it comes to court battles. Proving harm or negligence in your injury requires dedication and…

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