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Was Your Child Injured at Daycare? Published in Personal Injury on November 18, 2020.

About 10 percent of daycare injuries are serious. If your child sustained one of these injuries, you might have legal options available to you. Daycares and their employees must keep children safe, and if they don’t, they could be held liable. Sending your child to any type of daycare or care setting can be daunting. When you can’t be with… READ MORE

Injury Risks While Celebrating Halloween Published in Personal Injury on October 29, 2020.

Halloween can be an enjoyable holiday for both adults and children. However, when accidents and injuries occur because of someone else’s negligence, you may be in a position to pursue monetary compensation and damages for everything that you went through.  Halloween is a favorite holiday among both adults and children alike, and many kids (and kids at heart) enjoy ghost… READ MORE

How Much Does a Personal Injury Attorney Cost? Published in Personal Injury on September 24, 2020.

The cost of a personal injury attorney can scare many potential plaintiffs from seeking the legal help they need. It is crucial to understand how contingency fees work and that most attorneys do not require payments upfront.  If you were recently injured in a motor vehicle accident, a slip and fall, or some other type of incident, you might be… READ MORE

Stop on Red Safety Awareness Week is August 2-8 Published in Personal Injury on July 27, 2020.

Thousands of people are injured or killed each year because a driver ran a red light. The National Coalition for Safer Roads sponsors Stop on Red Safety Awareness Week, which will be held August 2-8. You can participate through social media or even in your own community. Motor vehicle accidents can change the lives of victims and their families in… READ MORE

What Are The Statutes Of Limitations For Personal Injury In Georgia? Published in Personal Injury on May 11, 2020.

One of the very first matters an attorney considers for a new client with a personal injury claim is the statute of limitations. A PI lawyer will ask questions to determine the relevant facts. Once that is done, they can determine when the statute of limitations runs in the State of Georgia. The statute, also known as a limitation on… READ MORE