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Can I File a Claim Against a Bar, Nightclub, or Property Owner for Lack of Security?

Georgia Law and Nightclub Security Inadequate or negligent security is often to blame for preventable acts of violence – including rape, homicide, or assault and battery. Businesses and property owners, including those who run bars or nightclub establishments, could be found negligent for failing to provide adequate security. Inadequate security often places a customer or…

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How Much is My Georgia Auto Accident Claim Worth?

Accidents in the state of Georgia injure motorists and damage property each year. When those injuries occur because someone was at-fault, those involved typically need assistance with their recovery. The monetary value of a Georgia auto accident lawsuit involves numerous types of damages – including both economic and non-economic. Just some types of examples of…

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Determining Who Is Legally Liable in a Motorcycle Collision in Georgia

Motorcycle collisions, not unlike other types of motor vehicle collisions, often occur due to someone’s negligence. In Georgia, the person who is negligent must take responsibility for his or her actions by paying a share of the damages that he or she has caused. Georgia recognizes that, if the motorcycle rider is less than 50…

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How to Avoid Aggressive Drivers and Prevent Road Rage in Georgia

Aggressive driving and road rage contribute to a significant percentage of traffic accidents (and fatalities) each year. According to the Insurance Information Institute, speeding was the leading behavior associated with fatal crashes in 2013 – accounting for 19.9 percent of the total fatal crashes. While aggressive driving is not easily quantified, a study by the…

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The Danger Posed By Distracted Drivers

Distracted drivers put the safety of other drivers, passengers, and bystanders at risk. A distracted driver is as high as 48 times more likely to be involved in an accident than non-distracted drivers. Recent studies suggest that approximately 431,000 people are injured by distracted drivers every year, according to Distraction.gov. What Qualifies as Distracted Driving?…

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