This article will describe why hit-and-run drivers calls problems and personal-injury cases, what to do in the circumstances and a current event example from South Atlanta. Here is some recent news in Henry County from your Personal Injury Lawyer. On Friday March 2010, a women was crossing Jonesboro road and was hit by a driver of a Black SUV. The driver got out of the car and spoke to the injured pedestrian. However, and contrary to Georgia Car Accident Laws, got back in her vehicle and took off. One thing happen, though, the driver did not expect. That is [...]
If you live or work in Locust Grove, Georgia, then I would like to be your Auto Accident Lawyer when the time is needed. We are a full service law office located in Jackson, Georgia, but we represent numberous clients in Locust Grove.
If you need a personal injury lawyer, call your Locust Grove Personal Injury Lawyer or Henry County Personal Injury Lawyer today at 770-775-0938.
LOCUST GROVE, GEORGIA FACTS:
The city of Locust Grove is located in Henry County, Georgia. Locust Grove got its name from a grove of locust trees in town. Locust Grove started off fairly small by stretching ¼ mile in [...]
Usually, these blog posts are about being a personal injury lawyer in Georgia, car accidents in Atlanta, Marietta, Decatur, McDonough, Macon, ect., but today is different. I will write about something that is not about personal injury attorney ideas and laws. A recent law related article got my attention and created the motivation to the write this article. As an Atlanta car injury lawyer, I know that courthouses are neutral places, and such behavior is an overt articulation of an imbalance of justice in that courtroom.
Terrible news for the racists. The Adams County courthouse in Nebraska is removing a degrading photo [...]
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This is big news for claimants and personal injury lawyers in Georgia and Decatur accident victims. The Georgia Supreme Court just ruled that the cap on noneconomic punitive damages are unconstitutional.
The Court held that the Constitution guarantees a right to a jury trial. The concept is that what the jury determines is how we administer justice. (Back in the day, the plaintiff and defendant will have fight, and who won must have been right because, it was believed that the God’s hand would strike the fatal blow.)
The ruling was based on a medical malpractice case [...]