Nursing Home Negligence and Pressure Sores Personal Injury

Pressure Ulcers and Bedsores: Can a Nursing Home Be Held Liable?

Bedsores are one of the most common injuries that occur in Georgia nursing homes.  When you place a loved one in a nursing home, it is typically because they can
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Drunk Driving and Dram Shop Statute in Georgia

Hit by a Drunk Driver: How Georgia’s Dram Shop Statute May Increase Your Recovery

If you have been injured in a vehicle collision with a drunk driver, you can pursue the driver in civil court for your damages related to the accident. However, in
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Georgia In Top 6 Of Deadliest State for Pedestrians Personal Injury

Georgia Ranks 6th on the List of Deadliest States for Pedestrians

Pedestrians walking near or across busy roadways are vulnerable. While that is true across the country, some areas are more dangerous for pedestrians than others. According to a recent study,
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Who Is Liable for Broken Security Gate and Personal Injury?

Is an Apartment Building Liable for a Broken Security Gate?

Georgia landlords have a duty to fix broken security gates in order to keep residents safe. This is especially true when they have notice of criminal activity nearby. If there
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Scoliosis and Personal Injury Caused by a Car Accident in Georgia

Can a Car Accident Cause Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is the curvature of the spinal cord and it can be exacerbated by a car accident. While the spinal cord is typically straight, a bent or curved spine can
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Drunk Driving in Personal Injury Case Involving Punitive Damages in Georgia

Punitive Damages in a Georgia Personal Injury Case

A Georgia personal injury lawsuit is a civil case, not criminal, so there is no jail or prison time at stake; however punishment may be available in the form of
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