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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Personal Injury Law: What to do if you Suspect a Concussion Personal Injury

Concussions are medically classified as a “mild form of traumatic brain injury.” And while concussions are not often life threatening, the media is raising awareness of how the injury can negatively affect the victim’s quality of life in a drastic way.

Football and other contact sports are often cited in headlines as common causes for concussions. Other frequent causes of concussions include falls, car wrecks, assaults and unintentionally being hit by a heavy object. A single heavy blow can cause a concussion, as well as the head moving rapidly back and forth. As a personal injury attorney located in Stockbridge, Georgia and serving the greater Henry County and Atlanta areas, I am working to raise awareness of the symptoms commonly related to concussions and encourage anyone who suspects a concussion to immediately seek medical attention.
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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Car Accidents Most Common Cause of Spinal Cord Injuries

Whether it is a car, truck or motorcycle, the most common cause of spinal cord injury is motor vehicle accidents. As a personal injury attorney located just south of Atlanta in Henry County, I have helped car accident victims who have suffered from spinal cord injuries get the compensation they need to cover medical bills, lost wages and other related expenses.

What types of incidents typically contribute to spinal cord injuries? According to an article published by the Mayo Clinic, here are the top five most common causes of spinal cord injuries in the United States...


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Monday, May 26, 2014

What’s a “Slip and Fall” Case? By Personal Injury Attorneys located in Henry County Georgia

Accidents happen, but when should the victim contact a personal injury attorney?   The short answer is, when the injury was caused by a hazardous condition on another’s property.  But under Georgia law, it’s also required that the property owner should have known about dangerous condition before the accident, and that the injured victim was unaware of the dangerous condition.  Here's what to do if you are in a slip and fall accident. 


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Monday, May 26, 2014

Top 5 Ways to Prevent a Slip and Fall Personal Injury Accident in your Home

As friends and family gather to celebrate milestones, it's important to make your home safe for visitors of all ages. Second only to car accidents, more people are seriously injured by slip and fall accidents than any other accident.  Under Georgia law, homeowners have an obligation to make sure their property is reasonably safe for visitors. Hosts may be held liable for injuries sustained on their property. Protect yourself, and your guests, by making fall preventions part of your party preparations. Here are the top five ways to prevent a slip and fall accident in your home...

 


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Personal Injury Attorneys Share How Car Accidents Can affect Pre-Existing Conditions
What’s a “Slip and Fall” Case? By Personal Injury Attorneys located in Henry County Georgia
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Is Your Insurance Company Refusing to Pay for Car Damage or Personal Injuries From the Winter Storms?
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Top 5 Ways to Prevent a Slip and Fall Personal Injury Accident in your Home
Bicycles versus Cars: Who has the right of way?
Personal Injury Law: Top 5 Things Cyclists Need to Know about Georgia Law
What should you do if you’re in an accident? Tips from a Personal Injury Laywer in Henry County, Georgia
Personal Injury Law: Almost 25 Percent of Car Crashes are Weather-Related
Tips from a Personal Injury Attorney in Stockbridge, Georgia: It’s Time to Review School Bus Safety
Personal Injury Law: What Georgia Residents Should Do if the Victim of Food Tampering or Poisoning
Personal Injury Law: Cooler Weather Could Mean More Road Rage
You May Not Realize You’re Hurt: Advice from a Personal Injury Lawyer in Henry County, Georgia
Coping with a New Disability: Help from a Personal Injury Attorney located in Stockbridge, Georgia
Personal Injury 101: Empower Yourself with the Right Vocabulary
Personal Injury Attorney Advises Georgia Residents on How to Prevent Dog Bites During the Holidays
Personal Injury Attorney in Stockbrdige, GA Gives Holiday Travel Safety Tips
Hosting a New Year’s Eve Party? Here are the Top 5 ways to Protect Yourself and Others.


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