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When Your Fender Bender Becomes Problematic

Every day, dozens of Georgia drivers become involved in minor, low-speed collisions that may cause a little damage to their vehicles, but no apparent injuries to drivers or passengers. Often, drivers decide to work out an agreement with each other without involving their insurance companies. As Property Casualty 360 magazine put it, “you’re not legally […]

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Do Seatbelts Really Save Lives? Marietta Car Accident Lawyer Investigates

Lane departure warnings, backup cameras and other technologies are helping drivers avoid accidents and injuries. With so many innovations in the last decade, it’s easy to forget that your vehicle’s most effective safety feature is the seatbelt. […]

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Your Personal Injury Case and Georgia’s Statute of Limitations

Georgia has a legal time limit, known as the “statute of limitations,” that governs all injury-related personal injury cases filed in the state’s civil court system. You don’t want to let that time limit run out, or you will lose your chance to file a suit. […]

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3 Unacceptable Facts about Drunk Driving – Insights from a Marietta Personal-Injury Lawyer

Despite awareness campaigns that advertise the dangers of drunk driving, impaired motorists still contribute to an unacceptable number of deaths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of road fatalities in 2014 involved drunk drivers. Many survivors face life-changing spinal injuries, cognitive disabilities and chronic pain. […]

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What Are the 5 Most Common Brain Injuries in Car Wrecks? Marietta Accident Lawyer Explains

Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, can have life-changing consequences. They can temporarily or permanently affect victims’ physical and cognitive abilities. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, car accidents are the third leading causes of brain damage in the United States, accounting for 14 percent of all TBIs. […]

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