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Tractor-Trailer Accident Settlement in Atlanta, GA for $2,000,000.00 CAD

Posted in Case Results on May 2, 2019

The Tractor-Trailer Crash In December 2016, Mr. Sam Jones (not his real name) came to a stop on I-285 in metro-Atlanta afternoon traffic. The vehicle ahead of Mr. Jones stopped, so he stopped. Within a matter of seconds, he saw in his rear-view mirror that the tractor-trailer behind him was not stopping and was about… read more

Six Steps You MUST Take After a South Carolina Car Accident

Posted in Uncategorized on April 9, 2019

Six Steps You MUST Take After a South Carolina Car Accident What you do in the moments and days after an accident can affect not only your health, but also your legal case. You are not helpless, and I want to empower you with steps you can take to improve your chance of succeeding in… read more

What’s My Name Campaign – Uber Safety

Posted in Interesting Articles on April 3, 2019

A 21-year-old University of South Carolina student got into a car she thought was her Uber. Hours later, two turkey hunters found her body in a field. Her name was Samantha Josephson. Her family wants us to remember her name. Before you get in an Uber, ask “what’s my name?” And remember hers. (Link to… read more

E-Scooter Safety

Posted in Interesting Articles on March 21, 2019

Have you ever taken an electric scooter for a ride? In Atlanta, they’re everywhere. You won’t go very far in Midtown Atlanta without seeing one. They’re touted as a great way to get around traffic-jammed cities like Atlanta and Los Angeles. And they’ve done seemingly well so far. But as much fun as they look,… read more

What Does a Personal Injury Attorney Do All Day?

Posted in A Letter From the Lawyer on February 21, 2019

I love what I do. I get to come to work every day and help people who have been hurt or wronged put their lives back together. I am a lawyer, but personal injury law is the only type of law I practice. I don’t give legal advice to corporations regarding taxes, and I don’t… read more

Why Slip and Fall Claims Get a Bad Rap

Posted in Interesting Articles on February 4, 2019

Why do people think you’re lying or exaggerating about your slip and fall claim? Over the years, I have had the privilege of helping clients who have been seriously injured after slipping/tripping and falling at a store or on a business property. More often than not, these cases won’t settle without us filing a lawsuit… read more

An NBA Analogy for Your Personal Injury Claim

Posted in A Letter From the Lawyer on January 10, 2019

Here’s a cautionary tale about an NBA player’s injury that illustrates a common mistake made in personal injury claims. Markelle Fultz was the FIRST pick in the NBA draft in 2017.  The Philadelphia 76ers traded other picks and their subsequent year’s first round pick just to snag this 6’ 4’’,  19-year-old physical specimen with a… read more

Dangerous Rule Change for California Truck Drivers

Posted in Interesting Articles on January 3, 2019

Business Insider: California Truck Drivers Respond to FMCSA Ruling Profits drive companies, and time is money. But should our safety come second to a company’s profits? Business Insider reported that highway safety took a step backward in December. Interstate truck drivers in California learned they will no longer get paid rest breaks. With encouragement from the… read more

A More Fatal Christmas Season on Georgia Roadways

Posted in Interesting Articles on January 3, 2019

Increased Christmas Season Traffic Deaths in Georgia Here’s a frightening statistic: there were 73% more fatal car wrecks and 35% more car crashes in Georgia over the 2018 Christmas travel period (Dec 21-26) than the same period in 2017. There were 26 deaths in 2018 vs. 15 in 2017, and there were 700 wrecks in… read more

Don’t Take the ER’s Word for It

Posted in A Letter From the Lawyer on December 13, 2018

In a bad crash, usually you end up at the ER.  The ER physicians and staff have essentially one job: Make sure you’re not about to die.  They take x-rays and make sure nothing is fractured. They make sure you’re not internally bleeding.  The ER physician’s job is not to figure out your long-term prognosis from… read more