1. How To Prevent Slip And Fall Injuries Before They Happen

    With winter around the corner, you can be sure that we will see more rain, ice and even snow. Winter also means that there is a greater chance of slip and fall accidents. If you are a business owner or work in a business that has a lot of foot traffic, there are things that you will want to do so that you can prevent slip and falls cases from occurring. Most of these simple steps are pretty obviou…Read More

  2. Even The Most Dangerous Jobs Get Worker’s Compensation

    When you start a new job, you are often required to fill out paperwork regarding worker’s compensation. There aren’t a lot of people out there that read all of the information before they sign it but when you are working in a clothing store you think to yourself “how will i get hurt working here?” Just because you may not get hurt working retail, there are a lot of jobs out there that are …Read More

  3. Unsafe Premises Lead To Slip And Fall Cases

    When you go onto someone else’s property, you have the reasonable expectation that you will be safe from injury while you are there. Businesses especially have the obligation to maintain their equipment on their property. When they don’t, it opens them up to a host of issues including your injury. The following are some of the more common issues that lead to slip and fall injuries. Poorly Main…Read More

  4. Rural Hazards That Cause Car Accidents

    Atlanta is a big city with a lot of hazards when it comes to driving. We went over some of the bigger ones in our last blog. But what about when you are out in a more rural area? There isn’t much traffic or high speeds. What could possibly cause accidents in the middle of nowhere? Well, let us tell you… Wildlife When you are on the open road, in the dark, it is hard to remember that you are no…Read More

  5. Urban Hazards That Cause Car Accidents

    Unfortunately, every driver at some point has not given their full attention to the road and their surroundings. The sad fact is there are so many things out there that cause us to lose focus. But some of those things are out of our control and no matter how much we are focused on our driving, we can still be involved in an accident. Here, we will talk about some of the hazards that drivers come i…Read More

  6. More Outside Distractions That Cause Auto Accidents

    In our last blog, we talked about some of the distractions that can be going on outside of your vehicle that may cause a car accident. There were so many of them we, thought that we would talk about more in this blog. Although these are not all of the things that can distract you, they are things to be aware of when you are driving so that you do not end up in an auto accident. Other Cars Have you…Read More

  7. Outside Distractions That Cause Auto Accidents

    We are always talking about things that are distracting to drivers. Things like our cell phones, the radio, or even eating. But all of that is inside the car. We don’t often think about things outside of the car being distracting because, after all, that is what we are trained to look for, right? Auto accidents happen for a lot of reasons but it is important to make sure that you are always givi…Read More

  8. Distracted Driving Causes More Auto Accidents

    Back in June, Google released a statement saying that, not only did they have driverless cars, but that these cars have only been in a dozen accidents since 2009, none of which were caused by the driverless cars.  Google has 32 vehicles in its fleet which means that a little more than one car a year was involved in an accident. This report also means that, for the majority of accidents, a human d…Read More

  9. Tractor Trailer Accidents

    It seems like an everyday occurrence that we hear about an 18-wheeler truck being involved in a crash that ends up closing a portion of the freeway. These truck drivers have very long days and don’t always get a lot of sleep while on the road. They are more prone to getting into accidents because of this. Federal laws have been created to prevent drivers from becoming too tired. Drivers are not …Read More

  10. Which Personal Injury Case Do You Have?

    Let’s give you an example: You are a young person in college, delivering pizza for some cash. It is a cold day and there is melting snow on the ground. You drive to your customer’s house and go to ring the doorbell. Except, without noticing the frozen sheet of ice, you slip and fall directly onto your knees instead of reaching the bell. Is there a crime here? Depending on how badly you are inj…Read More