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Can I Sue My College for Inadequate Security Augusta Personal Injury

Can You Sue Your College for Inadequate Security?

When we send our kids off to college, we’re nervous for them. We worry that they will have a hard time adapting, or that they won’t make any friends. We even worry they won’t know how to do their laundry. The one thing we shouldn’t have to worry about is their safety. We expect colleges to…

Filing a Claim Without a Valid License Charlotte Auto Accident Lawyer

Can I Still File a Claim for Damages if My License is Suspended or Revoked in Charlotte, NC?

Accidents happen every day. It could be a minor fender bender or a serious collision. You could be on your way home from work and get T-boned. The good news is, most car accidents don’t result in very serious injuries. In North Carolina, you are required to carry a valid driver’s license in order to drive.…

Statute of Limitations Exceptions in NC Charlotte Personal Injury Lawyer

Will the Court Extend the Statute of Limitations in my Personal Injury Case in Charlotte, North Carolina?

Every state, including North Carolina, sets a deadline for when you can file your personal injury claim. The court does this for a few reasons. First, they don’t want to clog up the court system with old cases. And, second, they don’t want defendants surprised with lawsuits years after the injuries took place. In North…

Extending the Statute of Limitations Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney

Will the Court Extend the Statute of Limitations in my Personal Injury Case in Charlotte, North Carolina?

Every state, including North Carolina, sets a deadline for when you can file your personal injury claim. The court does this for a few reasons. First, they don’t want to clog up the court system with old cases. And, second, they don’t want defendants surprised with lawsuits years after the injuries took place. In North…

My Car Was Hit by a Police Officer Augusta Car Accident Lawyer

Can I Sue a Police Department in Augusta if My Car is Hit by a Police Officer?

If you ever watch any reality cop shows, you’ve seen how often cops get involved in high-speed chases. They happen more often than we may think. The officers blast their sirens and flash their lights. They do what they can to let us know they’re on the way. However, even police officers make mistakes. Most…

Mechanical Failure in a GA Car Accident Auto Accident Lawyer Atlanta

Can I File a Claim in Atlanta if the Other Driver’s Car Has a Mechanical Issue?

Car accidents are caused by all sorts of things. People get distracted or drive too fast. A driver doesn’t slow down in time to stop at a red light. We don’t realize just how many accidents are caused by mechanical failure. A driver could be doing everything he’s supposed to. All of a sudden, his…

Minor injured in an accident

Can a Minor Sue for Personal Injury in Augusta, Georgia?

If you get hurt by somebody else, you almost always have a right to damages. You do this by filing a personal injury claim. Most of these claims are filed against the defendant’s insurance company. If they don’t have insurance, then you file a lawsuit against them personally. Usually, the people who get hurt are…

Car accident with a stolen car

What if I Get Hit by Someone Driving a Stolen Car?

People get into accidents every day. We see them on the side of the road in a fender bender. Or we see stories on the news where people are seriously injured in their car accidents. Sometimes they need to go to the hospital for surgery. Sadly, some even end up fatal. Usually, if you get…

Looking at the other drivers car records

Can I Use the Defendant’s Bad Driving Record to Prove Liability in an Atlanta Car Accident?

When it comes to car accidents, the hardest thing to do is prove who was at fault. Neither driver is going to admit that he caused the accident. Both drivers will point the finger at the other one. This is because nobody wants their insurance to go up. And neither party wants to be named…

Car mechanic checking for a car defect

Filing for a Claim for an Accident Caused by Defective Automotive Products

Last month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), ordered additional recalls of millions of vehicles that may have defective frontal airbags. According to the NHTSA, the defect can be traced to an ammonium nitrate-based propellant used in airbags manufactured by the Japanese company, Takata, which when combined with environmental moisture or high temperatures and…