Staying Off Social Media During a Personal Injury Case

October 25, 2017

These days, social media is part of most of our lives, allowing individuals across the globe to share their daily activities and thoughts, or important milestones with family, friends, and acquaintances. We post everything from pictures and videos to politically charged ideas and current life goals. While this favored pastime of oversharing is commonplace, it […]

Personal Injury vs. Catastrophic Injury: What’s the Difference?

October 19, 2017

Injuries can vary greatly in severity and the impact they have on your life. Depending on the type of injury and how seriously you were injured, you may find yourself permanently or temporarily disabled. Injury claims tend to fall into two major categories: personal injury and catastrophic injury. The differences between personal injuries and catastrophic injuries can greatly […]

Your Rights After an Uber or Lyft Accident

October 6, 2017

Uber and Lyft are some of the most popular forms of transportation in this day and age. However, with the advent of these new ridesharing apps, the laws are still subject to change in terms of liability, insurance coverage, and more. Since nothing is quite set in stone, it is important you are quick to […]

How to Prepare Your Teen Driver for the Road

October 4, 2017

If you have a teenage son or daughter in your household who recently received a driver’s license, chances are you still have some concerns about safety. Just because your teen obtained a license does not mean he or she is truly ready for the road ahead. To become a skilled driver, it takes time and […]

Victim Killed in DSM Resins Plant Explosion

September 27, 2017

The man who was killed in an explosion at a chemical plant on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 was identified by the county coroner later that day. According to Richmond County Coroner Mark Bowen, the body recovered from the DSM Resins plant in Augusta, GA was Steven Gonsalves, a 29-year-old man from Beech Island. “We are deeply saddened […]

Premises Liability and the Law of Attractive Nuisances

September 7, 2017

In Georgia, property owners are expected to keep the premises safe for their guests and visitors, but they are not held liable for injuries sustained by a trespasser. There is one exception to this law—children. Because they are still developing, courts do not hold children responsible for trespassing, and property owners may be held liable […]

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