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Driver in Fatal Hit-And-Run Remains at Large: Can Uninsured Motorist Coverage Help?

Marietta police are looking for a recreational vehicle (RV) that was involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident earlier this year. Police state that the RV was travelling southbound on Interstate 75 near Delk Road, and attempting to change lanes, when the RV rear-ended a Camry. Due to the force of the collision, the Camry crossed […]

A Fatal Truck Accident in Mableton: Who is Liable for Damages?

A woman was recently killed in a collision with a semi-truck in Cobb County. Authorities state that 57-year-old Barbara Sims, of Mableton, was turning left in the 6600 block of Mableton Parkway, when a semi-truck driven by 54-year-old Moses Asemota, of Conley, struck the drivers’ side door of Ms. Sims’ vehicle. Police are still investigating […]

Bacteria Ravages Area Hospitals: If You Were Sickened, was the Hospital Negligent?

An “untreatable” and highly lethal bacteria strain is infecting patients in Atlanta-area medical facilities. Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) kills up to half the people it infects. CRE is resistant to most all antibiotics and spreads quickly from the hands of healthcare professionals in hospitals, nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. CRE infections have increased 400% over the […]

Bacteria Ravages Area Hospitals: If You Were Sickened, was the Hospital Negligent?

An “untreatable” and highly lethal bacteria strain is infecting patients in Atlanta-area medical facilities. Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) kills up to half the people it infects. CRE is resistant to most all antibiotics and spreads quickly from the hands of healthcare professionals in hospitals, nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. CRE infections have increased 400% over the […]

Protect Yourself with Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Insurance today is almost as ubiquitous as taxes.  There seems to be insurance for everything from your health to your next trip.  Some forms of insurance, specifically health and car insurance, are mandated by the government. Other forms of insurance like a life insurance policy from your employer may be automatic.  Most remaining forms of […]

Georgia Property Owners May be Liable for Your Injury

Have you been harmed because of inadequate security on someone else’s property? Until recently, premises liability cases were extremely difficult to win in the state of Georgia. While still difficult, the law in Georgia is becoming more relaxed on the subject and recovery is now possible in certain cases. One common basis for premises liability […]

Punitive Damages in a Drunk Driving Crash in Georgia

Everyone knows that you should not drink and drive. Action groups like Mothers Against Drunk Driving and government public service campaigns have done a great job in recent years of raising awareness and educating people regarding the dangers and tragic consequences of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  Unfortunately, as a recent multi-vehicle […]

The True Cost of A Lost Limb

Each day, more than 500 Americans lose a limb.  Accordingly, it is estimated that there are currently two million people in the United States missing at least one limb. Some lose a limb due to birth defects, cancer, or circulation problems.  Others lose limbs in combat serving our country, or as a result of criminal […]

What Makes a Hospital Negligence Case?

Have you ever watched a hospital drama on television like Grey’s Anatomy and thought to yourself, “This storyline is ridiculous because something like that would never happen in real life.” However, a recent incident might just change your mind. A hospital in Ohio accidentally threw out a kidney that was supposed to be transplanted into […]

What to Look for if Your Young Child Sustains a Blow to the Head

Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) have been in the news recently because of the number of athletes, both at the college and professional level, who have come forward and admitted they are dealing with the effects of a TBI. However, TBIs are most likely to occur in children under age four, adolescents between ages 15 and […]