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Black Box Data from Cars Used in Car Accident Cases

Car accidents are a fairly regular occurrence in Georgia. Most of the time, a police report and other evidence from the scene is used to establish fault, an insurance settlement is paid, and everyone moves on. However, there are times when those involved need more information. This could be the case for accidents that resulted... read more
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Car Accident Settlements in Georgia

If you or someone you love has been involved in a car accident, you may wonder what the process is to receive a settlement for any injuries or damages. One of the most common questions people have is – How long will it take for me to get a settlement after a car accident in... read more
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5 Things that Could Affect Your Car Accident Claim

Being injured or sustaining property damage in a car accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence is not something anyone wants to experience. If this does happen, you want to make sure you do everything you can to receive the settlement you deserve. What many car accident victims do not realize is that there... read more
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Speeders Under 21 Years Old

Drivers who are under 21 years old are often treated differently than over-21 drivers.  For example, a younger driver who gets several traffic tickets might lose driving privileges for 6 or 12 months, whereas an older driver might not. The blood alcohol limit for an under-21 driver is 0.02, but it is 0.08 for a... read more
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Federal Court Decision Hurts Injured plaintiffs

Persons injured in car wrecks often don’t have the money to obtain necessary medical treatment. To help injured plaintiffs, medical funding companies pay the injured person’s medical bills, and the injured person later pays the medical funding company back, hopefully out of the person’s injury settlement or verdict. For decades, the “collateral source” rule in... read more
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Whose Fault Is It?

Comparative Fault in Georgia Georgia is considered a modified comparative fault jurisdiction, which means a Plaintiff (the person bringing the claim) can not bring a claim for negligence against an “at fault party” if the Plaintiff is more at fault than the “at fault party.” Thus, even if another person contributed in causing an accident you... read more
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Everyone needs Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Why does everyone need Uninsured Motorist (UM) Coverage on their auto insurance policy? First, let’s discuss what UM coverage is by comparing it to liability coverage. Your auto liability coverage sets the limit of what your auto insurance company will pay to injured persons if you cause a wreck. For example, if you have the... read more
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