What happens when a government vehicle crashes into your car?

One question that comes to mind is whether the government or local municipality is immune from legal actions when they were the ones who caused the wreck. What is immunity?  An immunity is a defense that applies to an entire class of persons on their relationship with the prospective injured party (plaintiff). More specifically, this […]

What type of insurance do we recommend for our clients and family member? 

Marietta personal injury attorney

Marietta Personal Injury Attorney – Marietta Car Accident Lawyer Before we can answer this question, we have to find out what different insurance coverages are and what they truly mean. What is the minimum liability insurance required under Georgia law? Under O.C.G.A. § 33-7-11, the minimum automobile insurance requirement in Georgia is $25,000 per person/$50,000 […]

How To Find a Good Personal Injury Lawyer?

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Sandy springs Personal Injury Attorney – Sandy Springs Car Accident Lawyer It is a sunny day with a temperature that is just perfect, 70 Degrees Fahrenheit and you are just itching to go outside. So, you decide to begin driving and roll your car windows down so you can enjoy the breeze that runs through […]

When can I have a defamation case?

Some defamation lawsuits claim that the person’s good name and reputation has been “ruined.” This article will discuss how to know whether or not you have a defamation case against another. It is simple to get bogged down in the technicalities of defamation and its origins. But I will spare everyone those extensive details of […]

Can I be sued for libel for something I said on social media?

Defamation cases involve two main types: libel and slander. Libel is a written defamation and slander is a verbal defamation of one’s character. When the defamatory statement is made online or through social media that involves the written (or “posted”) word, and would be considered libel. Keep in mind a defamatory statement is not simply […]

Should I take photos of my car after an accident?

Yes! A picture can tell a thousand words. Any photos showing damages to your car can be a precious tool in negotiating a settlement with the insurance company. These photos can also be invaluable to tell your story to the jury if your case goes to trial.  You may be able to use pictures of […]

How long will it take to get my settlement?

The resolution of your case is one of the first thoughts that come to mind after settling your injury case. However, the answer depends on several factors and can vary widely depending on the defendant’s insurance company. Some of the variables involved in the length of your settlement include: ~Terms of the defendant’s insurance policy […]

What happens in an accident where the driver did not carry insurance?

Every time you ride, you’re taking a risk. This is true no matter how safe and experienced you are. You’re at the mercy of other motorists, some of whom are inattentive, careless and completely oblivious to your presence. To make matters worse, many of them are driving without insurance. State laws require everybody to carry […]

How do I recover for lost income from my injury if i’m self-employed?

The short answer is documentation! In a personal injury case, the injured party can recover some or all of the following types of compensations: loss of income resulting from time off work; any out-of-pocket expenses. Payments may also include impacts on future earning capacity due to the injury and time away from work for ongoing […]

Should I Settle My Personal Injury Claim?

Georgia residents who receive injuries may find themselves in litigation. Specifically, insurance companies will often offer a settlement to resolve your matter. Notably, some components that contribute to such an offer are the length and expenses of your case. Therefore, You should only accept a settlement if:  you consult with an experienced personal injury attorney, […]