Can I Still File A Personal Injury Claim If I Denied Medical Care At The Site Of the Accident?

If you are involved in an accident, denying medical care immediately following the incident is not uncommon. The shock and confusion post-accident can lead to adrenaline levels that disguise the pain, causing the individual to believe they are uninjured mistakenly. There is also the factor of perceived financial strain from medical bills...

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Can I Sue An Uber Driver Directly For An Accident?

In recent legal developments in Georgia, the dynamics of liability surrounding rideshare services like Uber have taken a significant turn. There have been growing concerns over accountability in accidents involving Uber vehicles. The courts in Georgia have seen a trend whereby individuals injured in accidents are increasingly bypassing the traditional...

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Understanding The Fatal Four In Construction Accidents

We often hear about serious accidents that can occur on construction sites. The "Fatal Four" in construction accidents refers to the four most common causes of worker fatalities in the construction industry, as reported by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The Fatal Four includes falls, struck-by-object incidents, electrocutions, and...

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Will My Car Accident Case Actually Go To Court?

Car accident cases that end up in court are typically those where the involved parties dispute the facts of the accident, liability, or the extent of damages claimed. The legal process usually involves presenting evidence, including eyewitness testimonies, expert assessments, and accident reconstruction reports, to establish fault and determine the appropriate...

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