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October 7, 2016

Hagen and Rosskopf Win $2.5 Million For Dekalb County Police Officer

A recent article in The Daily Report highlighted a major win by Hagen and Rosskopffor a Dekalb County Police Officer who was hit on I-20. A Walton County jury awarded $2.5 million to a DeKalb County police officer struck as he investigated a 2011 wreck on I-20, rejecting defense claims […]
March 28, 2016

Atlanta’s Black Ice: How to document winter weather conditions after a car crash

Atlanta does not get many ice storms, but when ice storms do hit, the news is replete with car accident after car crash, as inexperienced drivers struggle with black ice and severe winter weather. The 2014 ice storm should remind everyone that, rare as icy winter weather is in the South, […]
March 31, 2015

Why You Need Uninsured & Underinsured Auto Coverage

Unfortunately, car accidents are far too common in the city of Atlanta. According to Allstate’s 2014 Best Driver Report, Atlanta is one of the most accident-prone cities in the United States. The relative likelihood (in comparison to the national average) that a driver will get into an accident in Atlanta is […]
March 23, 2015

7.5 Million Dollar Truck Accident Recovery

Late one night, alone in her car on her way to a friend’s house, Kimberly L was driving her 1999 Acura Integra on an Atlanta-area highway. As she headed south nearing the ramp for I-285, a tragic encounter occurred between Kimberly L and the driver of a tractor trailer. As […]
February 23, 2015

Tips for Accidents Involving State & City Vehicles

Accidents involving state or city owned vehicles are initially treated the same as other vehicle accidents. However, a different statute of limitations may apply to city or state vehicles, which makes it important that you receive the assistance of a qualified legal professional.  When city or state vehicles are involved, having […]
January 8, 2015

Distracted Driving Remains Top Cause of Atlanta Collisions

If you were to take a few minutes out of your day and stand along one of Atlanta’s busiest roads, observing the drivers as they pass by, you’d notice a very disturbing trend. Just about every other driver is distracted. Whether it’s texting on a cell phone, eating or drinking, […]
December 23, 2014

Despite Recall, Many GM Cars Unlikely to be Fixed

While GM cars have caused massive heartbreak, injuries and even death, many of the defective vehicles might not be fixed. Although GM has recalled many of its models, Carfax has tracked the history of repairs and recalls and estimates that hundreds of thousands of those vehicles won’t be fixed. The […]
December 19, 2014

Driver vs. Company Liability in Car Accidents

In most cases, when an accident involving a car occurs, the main issue becomes determining the driver at fault. Therefore, if the driver is found negligent, meaning, he/she did not adhere by the traffic rules, they are at fault. However, in certain situations, the law assigns the car accident liability […]
December 17, 2014

Police Could Soon Have a Radar Gun That Detects Texting

Radar guns used by the police to detect and catch over speeding drivers are now familiar to you. As they ease up the law enforcer’s efforts in detecting and catching over-speeding cars from a distance. The drivers often receive speeding tickets when nabbed. However, the ever-advancing technology is now looking […]
December 10, 2014

Protect Yourself and Your Family

According to a recent study by the Insurance Research Council, approximately 10% of drivers in Georgia are completely uninsured. Based on my experience handling personal injury claims for injured negligence victims, I can tell you that the number of UNDERinsured drivers in Georgia is probably closer to 50%. What can […]
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