Wrongful Death and Commercial Trucks in Georgia
Few people think about their rights when it comes to commercial trucks until they come face to face with one as the cause of a wrongful death of a family member or loved one in Georgia. Many times, Georgians who are impacted and must now deal with the loss of a loved one are unaware… read moreRead More
WHAT ROLE DOES UNINSURED/UNDERINSURED COVERAGE PLAY IN A CAR ACCIDENT?
What is uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) coverage? Every driver in Georgia is required to have minimum automobile liability insurance coverage when operating a car so that if a driver causes an accident and another driver is injured as a result, the at-fault driver’s automobile liability insurance policy would provide compensation to the injured driver up to… read moreRead More
Our Law Firm is Open and Very Much Working For You!
On behalf of everyone at the firm, we wanted to personally post this update to share with you our law firm’s operations and response to the coronavirus pandemic in light of the state of emergency declared by governmental authorities, the closure of many businesses and other institutions, and the cancellation of schools, sporting events and… read moreRead More
Things you may not want to do after a car accident.
Is it okay to leave my car where it was at the time of the car accident? It depends. Generally, if you are not seriously injured and it is possible to move your car to the shoulder lane, emergency lane, median, or elsewhere safely, you are required to do so. See O.C.G.A. § 40-6-275 (“Duty… read moreRead More
What is there to know about medical payments coverage?
What exactly is medical payments coverage? Under Georgia law, medical payments (“med pay”) coverage is defined as “any coverage in which the insurer agrees to reimburse the insured and others for reasonable and necessary medical expenses and funeral expenses incurred as a result of bodily injury or death caused by a motor vehicle accident, without… read moreRead More