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April 12, 2011

What is a Deposition in a Personal Injury Case?

In the event that your personal injury case goes to trial, you will likely have to face a line of questioning prior to the trial called a “deposition.” Depositions are done so that the attorney of the opposing party, as well as the counsel, can learn more about you, and […]
April 12, 2011

Personal Injury Lawsuits: Out-of-Court Settlement VS Going to Trial

When most people think of lawyers, they usually have a grandiose vision of them in a large court room in front of a judge and jury, making a compelling argument on their client’s behalf. The fact of the matter is that many lawyers handle their cases without actually going to […]
February 10, 2011

4 Frequently Asked Questions When Choosing A Personal Injury Attorney

You’ve just been injured, and you’re already fired up about filing a lawsuit. Do you have a personal injury attorney? Chances are, you don’t, and a finding the perfect one for your personal injury case can be more challenging than you think. Working with a good personal injury attorney is […]
January 16, 2011

Tips for Choosing the Right Personal Injury Attorney

It may seem obvious, but you should choose the best personal injury lawyer you can find. What does this mean, exactly? Well, the “best” entails many of the qualities that will be mentioned below. They will usually have a great deal of experience and specialization in the field. You’ll want […]
November 29, 2010

9 Important Steps to Follow When You’re in a Car Accident

Imagine that moments ago, you were involved in a car accident. In all the commotion, it’s understandable that you’re unable to think clearly. If you’ve had alcohol, this has severely reduce your chances of thinking on your toes, but it most definitely increased your chances of the accident. It should […]
October 20, 2010

Back Injuries in a Maritime Setting

The following is a guest blog post by the Texas Maritime Lawyers of Schechter, McElwee, Shaffer & Harris, L.L.P. concerning back injuries. Back pain is the world’s leading cause of disability and musculoskeletal disorders are the most common on-the-job injuries.  Basically, back pain and back problems cause work disruption, reduce […]
September 11, 2010

How To Write A Bad Faith Demand Letter

What is “Bad Faith?“ It is the responsibility of insurance companies to assist policyholders with their claims. Their duties include investigating damages, determining if the damages can be covered and paying the correct value for the damaged items or property. However, if an insurance company fails in its responsibilities by […]
May 20, 2010

Lost Wages and Your Case

So, you’ve been injured in an accident, and are seeking compensation so you can be made whole for your losses. Part of your loss includes any money that you’ve missed out on earning from your job due to the injuries. . At first glance, coming up with this dollar amount […]
April 6, 2010

Pain and Suffering Caps Declared Unconstitutional by Georgia Supreme Court

A recent decision by the Georgia Supreme Court has restored an important constitutional right for Georgia citizens, but efforts by special interest groups already are underway to try to strip us of those rights once again. The decision resulted from a case involving Marietta real estate agent Betty Nestlehutt and […]
February 22, 2010

How Driving is Affected When Using A Cell Phone To Text

“The Dangers of Texting While Driving”: How is driving affected when using a cell phone to text? While technology is steadily pushing forward, our laws and legal system are still playing catch up in regards to regulations and safety. Gwinnett is seeing its first vehicular homicide charge for texting while […]
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