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Posted by on January 6, 2022

What Is the Timeline of a Personal Injury Case in Augusta?

When filing a Georgia personal injury lawsuit, you may wonder how long your case will take to conclude. Personal injury claims can involve complex processes, so it could take a significant period of time before you receive a settlement.  On average, Georgia personal injury lawsuits can take up to one or two years to...
Posted by on January 6, 2022

What Are the Most Common Accidental Injuries?

Accidental injuries can result in severe physical, emotional, and financial hardship. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 97.9 million people visited emergency rooms for unintentional injuries in 2019 alone, and 173,040 people died as a result of their accidents. Some of the leading causes of accidental injuries include falls, poisoning,...
Posted by on January 6, 2022

Handling a Personal Injury Claim on Your Own vs. Hiring a Lawyer

If you plan on filing a personal injury claim, you may wonder if you should hire an attorney. Many people believe that these cases are straightforward and can be resolved without a lawyer. However, those who choose self-representation are often unprepared for the legal process. Pursuing a personal injury lawsuit can be difficult without...
Posted by on January 6, 2022

Common Spinal Cord Injuries After Georgia Truck Accidents

Truck accidents can be catastrophic. Commercial vehicles can weigh tens of thousands of pounds and are significantly larger than a passenger car. Collisions between a truck and a motor vehicle can result in severe, often life-threatening injuries that leave victims with permanent impairments.  Spinal cord injuries are especially common after serious truck collisions. If...
Posted by on December 17, 2021

Another Fatality on a Dangerous Highway

A rear-end collision on Mike Padgett Highway has claimed the life of an Augusta woman on December 12, 2021.  Residents who live near the highway say speeding is a constant problem.  According to the original reporting on wrdw.com, deaths are up 9 percent since 2019 on Georgia highways.  See the original story here. Speed...