Many clients ask, "Should I give a recorded statement after an automobile or trucking accident?"  If you’ve been injured in an accident, you should not give a recorded statement to the insurance company until you speak with an experienced accident attorney.
Proving Fault in a Truck Accident

Where you involved in a car accident with an 18-wheeler or big rig in Georgia? If you or someone you know has been involved in a trucking accident because of the fault of a truck driver, read on to learn more about what you can and should expect in a truck accident lawsuit. Share with […]

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What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident in Georgia

With its beautiful skyline and scenic views, it’s no surprise that motorcyclists are common in Atlanta. In fact, there are an estimated 200,000 motorcycles registered in the State of Georgia according to statistics from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration. Motorcycle riders often enjoy the thrill and joy of riding their bikes in our […]

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Three Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring a Trucking Lawyer

What happens after you’ve been involved in a trucking accident? There’s so much to figure out after a truck accident, and it’s expected that most victims will have questions, especially as they consider meeting with a truck accident attorney. First, it’s important to keep in mind that trucking accidents are not handled in the same […]

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Can You Recover Damages if You’re Partially At Fault in an Auto Accident?

Sometimes after an auto accident, it may be difficult to prove who was responsible, or “at fault” for causing the accident. In some cases, both parties may have been partially at fault for causing the crash. If you were involved in a car accident and have suffered from personal injuries that were caused by the […]

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