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Is Driving While Ill Considered Dangerous?

Is Driving While Ill Considered Dangerous?

With COVID-19, it’s best to focus on prevention—hand hygiene, social distancing and staying home as much as you’re able to. But it’s also helpful to have a plan in case you become ill. Symptoms of COVID-19 can come on suddenly, as can the signs of other illnesses. You may find yourself needing to get to ... Read More
 
How Might COVID-19 Response Affect a Personal Injury Claim?

How Might COVID-19 Response Affect a Personal Injury Claim?

When you’ve been injured, your settlement can feel like a lifeline—one that will get you back on your feet again after a disruptive, expensive and often scary period. But with the COVID-19 pandemic postponing some court business, many people with injury claims may be feeling anxious that their case will be delayed or even fall ... Read More
 
Who Is Responsible in a Wreck With a Ride-Share Driver?

Who Is Responsible in a Wreck With a Ride-Share Driver?

Over the past few years, ride-sharing has become the new norm for getting from one place to another. It’s now common for people to take a Lyft to the airport instead of paying for extended parking. Folks enjoying a night out will often call an Uber, rather than choose a designated driver. The cost is ... Read More
 
What is BAC? How Does Alcohol Affect Driving and Legal Limits in Georgia?

What is BAC? How Does Alcohol Affect Driving and Legal Limits in Georgia?

An average of 30 people die every day in the United States in drunk-driving crashes. That number, which comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, is one to remember the next time a friend leaves a party under the influence, or a family member says he “has a high tolerance,” or a coworker grabs ... Read More
 
Compensation for Dog Bites

Compensation for Dog Bites

Dogs are often our constant companions—valued members of our family and lifelong friends. But as close as we sometimes become to them, dogs are still animals that can become scared, defensive or even vicious. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year. Of those, more ... Read More
 
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