DOG BITE CASES

Categories: Personal Injury

Dog Attacks in Georgia It is estimated that the insurance industry pays out $489 million dollars in claims each year for dog bites. This dollar figure accounts for 1/3 of homeowner liability claims paid by the insurance companies. The most expensive claims involve children disfigured by a dog bite. In fact, children are most at-risk […]

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Medical Malpractice: Did My Doctor Breach His Standard of Care?

Categories: Personal Injury

Attorneys for Victims when Doctors Fail to Provide Standard of Care The Institute of Medicine published in 1999 that medical errors kill 98,000 people each year.  This statistic is widely accepted by hospitals and medical professionals.  More recent studies published in the Journal of Patient Safety and the New England Journal of Medicine indicate that […]

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Wrongful Death and Survival Action After a Fatal Car Accident

Categories: Personal Injury

Georgia Wrongful Death Suits In a tragic car accident over the Thanksgiving holiday, the world was shocked to learn that Actor Paul Walker was killed in a fiery car accident.  Walker, age 40, was riding as a passenger in his friend’s 2005 Porsche Carrera GT when the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit […]

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Steps to Maximizing Your Recovery After an Automobile Accident (Collision)

Categories: Personal Injury

Personal Injury Compensation Steps to Maximizing Your Recovery After an Automobile Accident (Collision) WHAM!  If you have ever been involved in an automobile accident then you know your life can be altered in a split second.  In fact, we should stop referring to them as accidents….most are caused because someone was negligent while driving.  Thus […]

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Apportionment: Tort Reform Limits Full Recovery By Victims With Certain Premises Liability Claims By Apportioning Blame And Recovery Awards

Categories: Personal Injury

Georgia Victim Recovery Awards Attorneys A DeKalb County woman was raped in her Kensington Manors Apartment unit right off Memorial Drive around 5:30 in the morning on March 5, 2009.  The assailant broke into the woman’s apartment and said to her, “Don’t do anything crazy,” before forcing the victim onto her bed and assaulting her.  […]

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