You need fast information to help with the legal aspect of your Georgia workers’ compensation, car accident or wrongful death claim. That’s why we put together this library of articles. Browse through this collection to get the educational material to help you with your case.
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Common Injuries Victims Suffer in Auto Crashes Victims can suffer horrific injuries or die in auto accidents caused by negligent drivers. Did you suffer one of these common injuries in your wreck?
What to Expect at Your Workers’ Comp Mediation Hearing You want to understand what happens at a mediation hearing to be prepared and to maximize the chances of settling your workers’ comp claim. Get the scoop here.
Why a Spoliation Letter Is Crucial in Your Truck Crash Case What is a spoliation letter in a truck crash case? Find out why this letter is vital to your case and what information you want to request be preserved in it.
Collect This Evidence to Prove Your Car Accident Case You will need evidence to prove your case and obtain the compensation you deserve in your car crash case. What evidence do you really need? Find out here.
Why You Should Hire an Attorney in Your Workers’ Comp Case Are you wondering whether to hire an attorney in your workers’ comp case? Here, learn why you would almost always benefit from having an attorney on your side.
How Failing to Maintain and Repair Trucks Causes Accidents The FMCSA requires trucking companies to maintain their trucks and forbids driving trucks that may cause a crash. Did violation of these rules cause your wreck?
Major Reasons Drivers Cause Head-On Collisions Were you hurt in a head-on crash? Learn why drivers cause these wrecks, the serious injuries victims suffer, and how to obtain the compensation you deserve.
Can Mediation Help You Settle Your Workers’ Comp Case? Mediation in your workers’ comp case can help you resolve disputed issues to settle your case and maintain control of the outcome. Is it right for you?
Distracted Truck Drivers Can Cause Serious Problems Some truck drivers cause dangerous crashes while distracted by calling, texting, and other activities. Protect yourself by learning the rules and what to spot.
Leading Reasons Rear-End Collisions Occur Rear-end collisions are often caused by driver negligence, like distracted or drunk driving and speeding, and result in victims suffering serious injuries.
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