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Year: 2018

Drunk and drugged drivers cause thousands of accidents each year, often with devastating results. Fortunately for victims, if they can prove that the driver was drunk at the time of the accident, they are typically entitled to compensation for their accident-related losses, including their medical expenses, lost income, lost quality…

Rear-end collisions are some of the most destructive and dangerous accidents that regularly occur on Georgia’s roadways. In many cases, victims are sitting at a stop light when a vehicle slams into them without warning, potentially causing in extremely severe injuries, some of which we discuss below. For more information,…

When children and adolescents are injured, it’s important that adults take steps to ensure that their injuries are identified and properly treated—especially when their injuries have the potential to affect the rest of their lives. Without a doubt, traumatic brain injuries fall into this category, and parents and other adults…

Large commercial trucks speeding down the interstate or the highway are an unfortunately common sight throughout Georgia and the rest of the United States. While many of us have been known to drive a few miles per hour over the posted speed limit, it’s against the law, and it puts…

The law generally holds truck drivers to a higher standard of care than regular motor vehicle drivers. This is because the drivers of large trucks, including tractor-trailers and big rigs, drive professionally. They must pass more stringent driving tests than other motor vehicle drivers and must normally obtain a special…

Although other criminal offenses differentiate between illegal drugs and prescription drugs, when it comes to driving under the influence (DUI) offenses, the law treats the two similarly. A driver who sustains a DUI conviction for operating a vehicle while under the influence of a legally prescribed medication can still incur…

Spinal cord injuries can result in serious complications, one of which includes full or partial paralysis. The extent of these injuries depends largely upon the severity of the impact and other related factors, such as the injured person’s age and preexisting physical condition. Sometimes, a spinal cord injury occurs when…

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