Monthly Archives: March 2017

Slip and Fall Injury Claims Compensated

In Georgia a slip and fall resulting in an injury is a common everyday occurrence. The National Floor Safety Institute, or NFSI, reports that over 25,000 slip and fall accidents happen every day in the U.S. In Georgia the most common premises liability claim is for a slip or trip with a fall that causes injury and the need for medical treatment. Slip and Fall Premises Liability Claims A premises liability claim is related to a personal injury incurred while on business or private property. An injury from a slip and fall or trip and fall with injury may happen […]

Construction Accident Law Suit for Full Compensation

Construction workers are surrounded by potential hazards every day. Construction accidents are among the most common reported injuries on the job and often include severe life threatening injuries and death. Being the victim of a work site accident typically creates a hardship for the person and their family, causes an extended time where they are unable to work, and often the injured worker needs weeks and months of medical treatment and care. Construction Accidents Happen Anywhere Injury reports around Atlanta and Georgia demonstrate the wide variety of construction accidents that can occur during the normal course of a work day. […]

Georgia DUI Penalties Severely Impact Your Life

Georgia’s driving under the influence (DUI) laws are strict and can have a significant impact on your life with fines, suspension of your driver’s license, community service and even jail time. Even a first DUI offense can lead to many future complicated legal consequences. DUI convictions remain on your driving record for the rest of your life which may affect future employment or increase your vehicle insurance rates. Retaining an experienced DUI attorney right away is a smart choice when facing the many penalties you may be charged with. Georgia DUI Alcohol Limits The DUI blood alcohol concentration (BAC) percentages […]

Motorcycle Accidents Caused by Negligent Drivers

While many drivers place the blame on the motorcyclist when a crash happens, the majority of motorcycle accidents in Georgia are the result of negligent car, truck or SUV drivers. A motorcycle is a smaller vehicle and a driver may easily miss seeing the motorcycle if they do not look over their shoulder when switching lanes or making a turn. Negligent drivers generally cause the cyclist severe injuries that are often life-altering and deserving of compensation. Common Reasons for Driver Negligence According to the National Highway Safety Administration (NHSA), in 2015 almost 5,000 people died and 88,000 more motorcyclists were […]