So, you were just t-boned by a guy who ran a red light. Your car is messed up (possibly totaled), you’re late to pick-up your child from daycare, and the pain is increasing in your back. Then all of a sudden, your phone rings and it is the insurance company for the person who hit you.
Unfortunately, it will probably take longer than you like. Each case is different. And in your case, you have likely incurred costs for car repairs, rental cars fees, and medical bills – all while you are missing work. This can turn a simple car accident into a serious financial burden for many families. Knowing when
If you’ve been involved in a car accident in Georgia and you aren’t obviously injured, you may find yourself feeling shocked and overwhelmed. There’s a lot to do to protect your legal rights, and it can be daunting when you don’t know what to do. IF YOU HAVE OBVIOUS INJURIES, SEEK EMERGENCY MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY. Do not
There was a time when bystanders in most states were afraid to help strangers in need of care. They were afraid that they would later be sued by injured victims or their families if anything went wrong. And, that sometimes happened.For example, in California, a woman was sued for pulling her friend out of a
Imagine finding out, after years of stomach pain, discomfort and multiple doctor visits, that your medical problems are due to a surgical sponge which was negligently left inside your abdomen following an appendectomy you had performed years before. Another surgical procedure is required in order to remove the offending foreign object. As with any operation, there
Driving while drowsy is something that is incredibly dangerous, yet something that Georgia drivers do all the time. The problem of driving drowsy has become so prevalent, in fact, that it has drawn the attention of the Center for Disease Control. The CDC issued a statement warning the public against it. Some may think that it
An online publication that provides general advice to the public about issues involving money, reports that an average American driver has about four accidents during their driving career. Although some drivers may never have an accident, for most drivers, the question is when it will happen not if. The next question is, what to do if