It is back to school time; although COVID-19 has changed the educational landscape in terms of where (and how) students attend class, one guarantee for Georgia parents is that your teen and college-age drivers will be on the road increasingly more. According to the CDC, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the United... Read More
Imagine you were injured in a car accident. You have significant medical costs, and the other driver was at fault. If your case goes to court, your lawyer’s job is to find as much insurance money for you as possible. Since the other driver caused the accident, it’s their insurance that should pay the bill.
So you’ve been in a car wreck and the other guy clearly is at fault. The police officer cited the at-fault driver and he paid the ticket. All that is left is for the other guy’s insurance to pay for the damage to your car and for your injuries. You make a claim against his insurance company and then,... Read More
Traffic in Atlanta is crazy. Day and night, auto accidents happen all over the city. I’ve been in a wreck, and I have practiced personal injury law for years. I know that making mistakes after an accident and when dealing with the other driver’s insurance company can be very costly. I’d like to share some tips on what to... Read More