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Safety Tips for Pedestrians in Atlanta

Posted on October 12, 2020 in
Pedestrians are constantly in danger in Atlanta, Georgia. Wanton, negligent and reckless drivers may not pay enough attention to the road to notice crossing pedestrians. This can lead to devastating pedestrian collisions – especially in dangerous areas such as Tara Boulevard, DeKalb Avenue, Buford Highway, Monroe Drive, 10th Street and downtown Atlanta. These roads...
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What Is Georgia’s Personal Injury Statute of Limitations?

Posted on September 30, 2020 in
In Georgia, the law may entitle you to financial compensation if someone else’s negligence gave you an injury. The negligent party may owe you money for losses such as your medical bills and property damages. If you fail to file within Georgia’s statute of limitations, however, you may forfeit the ability to obtain compensation....
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Understanding Georgia’s Comparative Negligence Statute

Posted on September 30, 2020 in
When someone else’s negligence injures you, that person has to pay for your damages under Georgia’s civil laws. In some cases, however, 100% of fault does not belong to one person. Other defendants or the plaintiff may share responsibility for the accident. In these situations, Georgia uses a comparative negligence statute to determine fault...
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Choosing a doctor after a workplace injury: What are your options?

Posted on July 2, 2020 in
When you are hurt and need medical care, it’s natural to want to visit your regular doctor. You likely have a relationship with your physician and they know your medical history. You trust them to take care of you.Following a workplace injury, you do not necessarily have this option. Instead, in order to take...
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How long will you receive workers’ compensation benefits?

Posted on May 8, 2020 in
If you are a loved one is injured in the workplace, you probably have questions. Will your savings and benefits be enough to support you? Will you be able to afford medical care? How long will benefits last?Workers compensation in Georgia will generally be paid for up to 400 weeks after your injury, but the benefits...
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