Dunwoody Blog

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…

on February 7th, 2020

Car Defects That can Lead to Accidents

If you drive fairly regularly or have at least taken driving lessons at some point, then you will know that safety precautions must always be adopted before you take to the road. Once you are behind the wheel, there will always be some risk of accident, and you must do all that you can to…

on January 31st, 2020

Common Mistakes When Filing for Workers’ Compensation

Tens of millions of people in the U.S. file for workers’ compensation each year, but whether or not those injured workers are successful in receiving monetary benefits from the government depends on how they file their claims. In this article, we will uncover some common mistakes that individuals often make when filing for workers’ compensation.…

on January 24th, 2020

What You Need to Know About Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

Sadly, some of our most vulnerable loved ones are at the highest risk of being harmed by negligence and abuse. This includes elder friends and family members who live in nursing homes and other care facilities. It is important for everyone to know the signs of elder abuse and neglect in order to advocate for…

on January 17th, 2020

Liability for Winter House Fires

House fires and the damage they cause can be devastating for a family. The life-altering consequences of a house fire are financial, emotional, and physical, and may last indefinitely. If you were injured by a winter house fire or your property badly damaged, then you should consult with a personal injury lawyer in Georgia right…

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 22nd, 2019

Winter Weather Does Not Eliminate Negligence in Car Accidents

Although the state of Georgia may not experience a lot of snowfall during the winter, that does not mean that we do not have to know how to handle the hazardous driving conditions. Although it is common for people to say, “it was just an accident” when winter accidents occur, an accident can cause a…

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