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How to Prove Lost Wages in a Personal Injury Case

Posted on March 18, 2021 in
If you get injured by someone else’s negligence, you deserve financial compensation for all of your past and future losses. This means not only your medical bills and property repairs, but also any wages lost due to your accident and injuries. The total loss in income over your lifetime for a debilitating injury could...
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How to Prove Emotional Distress in a Personal Injury Claim?

Posted on March 16, 2021 in
In Georgia, state law allows injured accident victims to seek financial compensation not only for their physical and financial losses, but for emotional distress as well. Accidents often cause a great deal of emotional, mental and psychological anguish. If you were injured in a traumatic incident, such as a car accident or dog attack,...
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Are Liability Waivers Enforceable in Georgia?

Posted on November 30, 2020 in
If you engage in a potentially dangerous activity, odds are that the individual or company in charge of the activity will make you sign a liability waiver. This waiver could prevent you from pursuing compensation if you get injured while participating in the activity. How a liability waiver may impact your injury claim, however,...
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Do You Need an Attorney for a Pain and Suffering Claim?

Posted on October 19, 2020 in
Negligence is the cause of most accidents and serious personal injuries in Georgia. When someone is negligent, many other people can suffer the consequences. Broken bones, traumatic head injuries, and internal organ damage are just some of the most common injuries involved in accidents in Atlanta. These serious injuries can wreak havoc on your...
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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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