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Georgia residents who receive injuries due to a motor vehicle accident or due to the wrongdoing or negligence of another may find themselves involved in litigation over the injuries. As part of the litigation process, the opposing party (an attorney representing the insurance company) will...

Wrongful death claims are brought against a defendant who has caused someone’s death either negligently or through intentional harm. Wrongful death claims in Georgia allow the estate of the deceased person to file a lawsuit against the party who is legally liable for the death....

If you are the victim of any type of assault (sexual or otherwise), here are the first 5 things you should do: 1. Contact the police to initiate an investigation and ensure the incident is properly documented in a timely manner. 2. Get medical care for your...

In personal injury cases, there are two types of damages awarded to a prevailing plaintiff (i.e. injured party): Compensatory Damages and Punitive Damages. Compensatory damages are meant to compensate the injured party for the cost of medical care,  property damage, lost wages and other out-of-pocket expenses. The...