5 IMPORTANT THINGS TO NOTE ABOUT A DUI ACCIDENT CLAIM

An ordinary auto accident claim is a bit different from a DUI (driving under the influence) accident claim. Here are some five important things you should know about a DUI accident claim. 1. DUI Is Not an Automatic Proof of Liability You cannot conclude that the...

INJURED IN AN ACCIDENT? START A FILE FOLDER SYSTEM TODAY

Without evidence, a claim is nothing more than an unproven accusation. The evidence is what makes a claim, a fact. As a result, you must know how to gather and organize vital records pertaining to your accident case. Starting a file folder system now can help because...

IDENTIFYING COMMON NURSING HOME INJURIES

While most people do not associate nursing homes with personal injuries, about 20,000 Americans experienced severe injuries last year while living in these facilities. When family members move their loved ones into residential facilities like nursing homes, they...

AFTER AN ACCIDENT, CHOOSE THE RIGHT DOCTOR

After you’ve been in an accident, your doctor is a vital part of your personal injury claim. The doctor you choose to treat your injuries will impact your case. The concern is whether the impact is positive or negative. Choose a qualified medical provider to...

WHAT INSURANCE APPLIES IF I AM INJURED IN AN UBER ACCIDENT?

Ride-sharing services have become very popular in Georgia, like in most other states. However, if you have been injured while riding in an Uber, you may have no idea whose insurance should cover the damage. Following a ride-share accident, the applicable insurance...

COMMON CAR ACCIDENT INJURIES AND HOW THEY AFFECT YOUR LIFE

Automobile accidents can have a devastating effect on your life, depending on their severity. However, even relatively mild or low-speed car accidents can result in injuries that negatively affect your life. Not only can such injuries cause you pain, you can suffer...

4 SIGNS YOU MAY BE SUFFERING FROM WHIPLASH

If another driver has hit your car from behind, then there is a good chance that you may experience some level of cervical acceleration-deceleration (CAD) or whiplash. This is a soft tissue injury, typically to your neck and spine; caused by a snapping back and forth...