Motor vehicle collisions are all too common as drivers are increasingly distracted on Georgia roadways. Many collisions result in serious injuries. An experienced collision attorney can ensure you receive the medical treatment you need to recover physically and also ensure you recover fair compensation for the pain and suffering these collisions can cause.
Tractor Trailer collisions are not just big car wrecks. Truck drivers are professional drivers and trucking companies are subject to federal regulations. These cases require an experienced attorney who understands those rules and the ways trucking companies operate. You need an attorney with experience who can hold the trucking company accountable for violating the rules and ensure the evidence of any violations is properly preserved.
Wrongful death cases arise from many different types of negligence. These cases are handled differently than other injury cases - even serious injury cases. An experienced wrongful death attorney will understand the ways in which Georgia's probate laws impact your claim for the full value of your loved one's life.
Injuries can occur on another's property in a variety of ways. In Georgia, a landowner is generally required to keep his property free from hazards to people the landowner invites onto that property. Typically, these cases involve a trip and fall or slip and fall inside a commercial building or even in its parking lot. Another common case involves negligent or insufficient security which results in foreseeable criminal activity. Usually, the defendant landowner is in possession of all the evidence documenting the hazard that causes an injury. These cases require an experienced premises liability lawyer who knows how to ensure the defendant preserves that evidence.
Dog Bites can result in severe injury. These cases can also involve children so its important to find an attorney experienced in handling claims on behalf of minors. Dog bite rules vary from city to city, and county to county. You need an experienced attorney who knows these rules and how they impact your case.
In many cases where an injury occurs, more than one person or company is responsible for the injury. This is common in injuries that occur at work, especially on construction sites where more than one company works at a time. If you've been injured in an incident with more than one potential defendant, you need an experienced attorney to make sure each party is held responsible.