What Affects Pain and Suffering Damages
In a personal injury case, there are numerous factors that are significantly influential in determining the amount of compensation you may receive. The more fully aware you are of these factors, the more knowledgeable and the more able you become in order to make certain that you are fully compensated. The two main, most basic … Continue reading
Categories of Damages In Personal Injury Cases
If you’ve suffered an injury, property damage, or experienced a loss, you may find it appropriate to seek compensation at the hands of the at-fault party. This type of compensation is legally defined as, “damages.” If you are successful in your civil lawsuit for personal injury, you may collect damages from the defendant. Intended to … Continue reading
After Your Wreck: 10 Tips, Do’s, and Don’ts
Accidents can leave you and your vehicle in a tailspin, but no need to fret. If you follow the steps below, you are sure to survive this stressful experience without sprouting any new gray hairs. #1. DON’T leave the scene. Fleeing the scene of an accident, being a hit-and-run driver, can leave you facing serious … Continue reading
Texting While Driving: Risky Business In Georgia
As of July 1, 2010, Georgia drivers are facing penalties for texting while operating a motor vehicle. Two Georgia laws address cell phone use while driving: O.C.G.A. § 40-6-241 and 40-6-241.2. It is crucial that all Georgia drivers are aware and knowledgeable of what is legally permissible while driving and what is not. It is … Continue reading
Why You Should Hire a DUI Attorney
A DUI arrest can lead to many things for a driver, but it can be especially costly for insurance rates. According to a blog post on the Progressive Insurance Web site, a DUI arrest will very likely affect your insurance rates, often directly affecting what you pay for insurance. The DUI could lead you to … Continue reading
DUI – Do I Have A Case?
Each Driving Under the Influence (DUI) case in Georgia has the potential for trial, but all the facts in each case need to be thoroughly investigated and every opportunity must be sought and exploited in order to build a successful defense. Anyone charged with DUI can pursue a motion hearing to restrain any and all … Continue reading
Remember These Facts About Georgia DUI Law
When it comes to a DUI arrest, there are certain things that law enforcement does not want everyone to know. These are facts that can be the difference between getting a DUI removed from your record to a DUI conviction. Among the most important facts to know about Georgia DUI Law are: 1. Refusing to … Continue reading
DUI – Problems with the Breath Test
A commonly held belief since the 1950’s upon which breath alcohol testing has rested since the 1950’s that breath test devices measure “deep lung” or alveolar air. This belief has been refuted multiple times by research over the last 20 years and has given us all a greater knowledge of the exchange of highly soluble … Continue reading
The Effects of Divorce on Your Will and Trusts
Although it can be a difficult process, there are many things that need to be done when filing for divorce in Georgia. One thing that must be done, with the help of an experienced attorney, is to get your personal will and trusts updated. This is especially true if you have a life insurance policy, … Continue reading
Avoiding Suspensions & Points on Your License
The State of Georgia has several laws in place that can cause a person to lose their driving privileges. According to the Department of Driver Services, a driver in Georgia can have their license suspended, revoked or even canceled for a number of reasons. The driver can reapply to get his or her license reinstated … Continue reading
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