Workers’ Compensation: What You Should Know
To help injured individuals return to work, Workers’ Compensation laws offer a range of services, from medical benefits to rehabilitation support and supplemental income. Of course, the type of support provided depends upon the circumstances of each workers’ compensation case. To help develop your understanding of Workers’ Compensation in Georgia, here’s what you should know. Continue Reading
Injured In A Car Wreck With An Uninsured Driver?
No one expects to be involved in a car crash, yet even the most focused drivers can end up being knocked sideways or pushed into another vehicle. Suppose this happens, and in the aftermath of the impact, you discover that you are seriously injured or that your vehicle is heavily damaged. Imagine the frustration when you find out that the driver who caused the accident is uninsured. Who will pay for vehicle repairs? Most importantly, who will be responsible for medical care? Continue Reading
When a Child is Injured by a Dog
Many children are not able to discern a threatening or dangerous dog. For this reason, a child might approach a dog without caution, leading to an attack. In another case, the breed of the dog and its aggressive nature may result in an attack for no apparent reason. Even so, dog attacks can occur with any size or breed, and unfortunately, children are most vulnerable. Continue Reading
Involved In A Boating Accident?
While most Georgia school systems are heading back to school, many recreational boaters continue to enjoy the warm summertime temperatures with time spent on nearby lakes. However, not everyone is an experienced boater, and many are ill prepared for a boat collision or accident, not to mention severe weather and other unfamiliar conditions. What’s more is that some operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol. Given the unpredictable nature of boating accidents and the circumstances surrounding them, it’s important to contact an experienced and trusted personal injury and/or admiralty and maritime attorney if you’ve been involved in a boating accident. Continue Reading
Attacked In A Parking Lot? Can I Sue Based On Negligent Security?
Have you been the victim of an attack in a parking lot? Do you feel as though inadequate security is a factor in your claim? As a subset of premises liability, negligent security is the basis by which an individual that has been injured or attacked attempts to hold a property owner responsible. The purpose of bringing a suit against landowners or possessors of property, according to Justia, is to bring to light inappropriate security measures and push owners to offer more reasonable security to prevent criminal activity from happening in the future. Continue Reading
Have You Been Involved In A Crash With An 18 Wheeler?
Given the sheer weight and size of an 18 wheeler or semi truck, along with the distance required to make a safe, effective stop, it’s no wonder that a large majority of commercial truck crashes involving these mega-ton vehicles result in devastating injuries or death. Continue Reading