Category: Personal Injury

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Construction Accidents in Georgia: Your Rights and Legal Support with T. Madden & Associates, P.C.

The ever-growing skyline of Georgia, particularly in the bustling Atlanta area, signifies progress and development. Yet, behind these construction sites lies an inherent risk of accidents and injuries. If you or a loved one has experienced a construction accident in Georgia, you are familiar with the profound physical, emotional, and financial toll it can take….

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Exploring the Personal Injury Process: Past, Present, and the Road Ahead with T. Madden & Associates, P.C.

Personal injuries, whether stemming from car accidents, slips and falls, or other unfortunate incidents, carry the potential to inflict profound physical, emotional, and financial impacts on an individual’s life. During such challenging times, many individuals seek the support and guidance of personal injury law firms. In this in-depth exploration of the personal injury process, we…

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Important Steps to Take After Being Hit by a Drunk Driver

Drunk Driving Accidents in Georgia Unfortunately, about one-third of accidents in the United States happen because of drunken driving. While the average driver has heard of the importance of operating a vehicle while sober, some motorists are willing to take the enormous risk and drive while under the influence. According to the CDC, there is…

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Dog Attacks in Georgia

Dog Bite Cases 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 of…

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

Attorneys for Victims 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 the number is actually much higher. The more…

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