Driving is a privilege, not a right. It is critical to remember that every driver owes others on the road a certain duty of care. If you have been injured in a car accident due to a driver’s negligence, you can typically take legal action by filing a personal injury claim against that driver. An Atlanta personal injury attorney can help victims gather the evidence that they need to prove negligence in a car accident claim.
Motorists often have a hard time seeing motorcyclists, which is why they often collide into them. Unfortunately, even if it is the motorist’s fault, it is the motorcyclist who usually ends up severely injured. Fortunately, motorcycle accident victims may be able to recover compensation for these injuries with the help of a motorcycle accident attorney. Call to schedule a free consultation today.
A wrongful death claim arises from a death caused by someone else’s negligence. Certain family members can file a claim to recover compensation for the loss of their loved one. If neither a spouse nor a child is available to bring a lawsuit, either the surviving parents of the victim or the personal representative of the victim’s estate may be able to. Find out if you can file a claim by calling our attorneys today.
Consumers often assume the products they use are safe. Sometimes, products contain defects that can lead to serious injuries; such defects include: design, manufacturing, and failure to warn. The first step to filing a product liability claim is determining which type of defect caused you harm. Depending on the type of defect, you may be able to hold others, such as the product’s designers, manufacturers, or distributors, liable. Talk to one of our product liability attorneys to learn more about your legal options.
Truck accidents can occur for a number of reasons, including driver fatigue, distracted driving, intoxicated driving, and improper maintenance of the truck. It is important to note that if you have been hurt in a truck accident, you may be able to sue a third party affiliate in addition to the truck driver. To identify the liable parties in your case and hold them accountable, contact a truck accident attorney today.
Millions of people in the U.S. are bitten by dogs every year. Dog bite laws vary from state to state. In Georgia, a dog owner is only liable for a dog bite if the victim can prove that the dog owner knew or should have known of the dog’s propensity to bite. It can be difficult to prove liability in a dog bite case without the help of an experienced attorney. If you have been bitten by a dog, speak to our attorneys at once.