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    • Distracted Driving & Catastrophic Car Accidents

      As a whole, we consider driving to be one of the most normal tasks we complete to get through our day. This casual relationship with something so risky has created a dangerous and negligent culture of ...

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    • Severe Burn Injuries and Skin Grafting

      Catastrophic burn injuries are not just painful, they also leave survivors with terrible scarring and disfigurement that can affect their self-esteem and impact their quality of life. Skin grafting is ...

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    • Are All Burn Injuries the Same?

      Burn injuries can occur a variety of ways and can be potentially catastrophic, depending on the severity of the injury. A burn injury can be sustained when a person comes into contact with radiation, ...

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    • How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?

      The E-Scooter Craze Despite evidence to the contrary, “e-scooters” didn’t magically materialize on Atlanta’s busiest street corners overnight. The current popularity of electric scooters has sparked a ...

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    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

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    • What Should I Do After Surviving a Hit & Run Accident?

      Being the victim of a hit and run accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience. When a driver speeds away from the repercussions of an accident, it’s the injured victim who has to call for ...

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    • How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?

      The E-Scooter Craze Despite evidence to the contrary, “e-scooters” didn’t magically materialize on Atlanta’s busiest street corners overnight. The current popularity of electric scooters has sparked a ...

      Read More
    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

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    • What Should I Do After Surviving a Hit & Run Accident?

      Being the victim of a hit and run accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience. When a driver speeds away from the repercussions of an accident, it’s the injured victim who has to call for ...

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    • Fisher-Price Recalls Rock n’ Play Sleeper Following Over 30 Infant Deaths in 10 Years

      The Consumer Product Safety Commission has linked Fisher-Price’s Rock n’ Play Sleeper to the deaths of over 30 infants since 2009, leading to the recall of the product. As a result of the recall, 4.7 ...

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    • FDA Issues Dog Food Recall for Toxic Vitamin D Levels

      When companies are negligent about the ingredients they include in their food products, the results can be catastrophic. In one recent example, the FDA was forced to recall more than 8 major brands of ...

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    • How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?

      The E-Scooter Craze Despite evidence to the contrary, “e-scooters” didn’t magically materialize on Atlanta’s busiest street corners overnight. The current popularity of electric scooters has sparked a ...

      Read More
    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

      Read More
    • What Should I Do After Surviving a Hit & Run Accident?

      Being the victim of a hit and run accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience. When a driver speeds away from the repercussions of an accident, it’s the injured victim who has to call for ...

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    • Attorney Clay to Speak at Upcoming "Voir Dire & Jury Selection" Seminar

      Attorney Chuck Clay of Pratt Clay, LLC in Atlanta will soon speak at an upcoming legal seminar titled Voir Dire and Jury Selection: Using Strategic Jury Selection to Gain an Advantage at Trial . ...

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    • Nest Security System Has Hidden Microphone

      It is an unfortunate “mistake” that Google failed to notify customers that Nest products include a hidden microphone in the doorbell system, which has bigger ramifications that one might initially ...

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    • NBI Seminar on Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

      Last month, our very own Attorney Chuck Clay was on the distinguished faculty for the National Business Institute’s (NBI) seminar on “Traumatic Brain Injury Cases: Plaintiff and Defense Attorney ...

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    • Who Pays for My Medical Bills After I am Assaulted at my Apartment?

      Our home is the one place we always expect to be safe. Unfortunately, apartment complexes can become a danger when there are lax safety measures put in place. If you have been assaulted in your ...

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    • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

      Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

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    • Broken Lights Could Cause a Negligent Security Case

      Security negligence is not a legal issue that many business managers consider when evaluating maintenance responsibilities for their operation, but the failure to keep lights in proper working order ...

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    • Who Pays for My Medical Bills After I am Assaulted at my Apartment?

      Our home is the one place we always expect to be safe. Unfortunately, apartment complexes can become a danger when there are lax safety measures put in place. If you have been assaulted in your ...

      Read More
    • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

      Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

      Read More
    • Broken Lights Could Cause a Negligent Security Case

      Security negligence is not a legal issue that many business managers consider when evaluating maintenance responsibilities for their operation, but the failure to keep lights in proper working order ...

      Read More
    • Nursing Home Abuse & Catastrophic Injuries

      We rely on nursing homes and assisted living facilities to provide our sick and elderly loved ones with life-saving medical services and 24/7 care. Unfortunately, there has been a significant shift in ...

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    • Are Bedsores a Sign of Nursing Home Abuse?

      Bedsores on an elderly patient, otherwise known as pressure sores, are frequently caused by the negligence of a nursing home care facility . These painful sores are caused when there is unrelieved ...

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    • U.S. Makes it Less Difficult to Sue Nursing Homes

      In a huge victory for nursing home patients and their families, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently passed a rule prohibiting any federally-funded nursing home from ...

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    • How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?

      The E-Scooter Craze Despite evidence to the contrary, “e-scooters” didn’t magically materialize on Atlanta’s busiest street corners overnight. The current popularity of electric scooters has sparked a ...

      Read More
    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

      Read More
    • Who Pays for My Medical Bills After I am Assaulted at my Apartment?

      Our home is the one place we always expect to be safe. Unfortunately, apartment complexes can become a danger when there are lax safety measures put in place. If you have been assaulted in your ...

      Read More
    • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

      Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

      Read More
    • Broken Apartment Gates: A Liability Issue

      Apartments buildings utilize and promote many different security features in order to keep residents and visitors safe. Some of the most common security features that complexes use include security ...

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    • What Counts as Adequate Security?

      When you are at your own apartment, you typically expect that nothing bad will happen to you. You lock your windows and doors at night and expect that the apartment security will take care of the ...

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    • How Dangerous Are Electric Scooters?

      The E-Scooter Craze Despite evidence to the contrary, “e-scooters” didn’t magically materialize on Atlanta’s busiest street corners overnight. The current popularity of electric scooters has sparked a ...

      Read More
    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

      Read More
    • What Should I Do After Surviving a Hit & Run Accident?

      Being the victim of a hit and run accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience. When a driver speeds away from the repercussions of an accident, it’s the injured victim who has to call for ...

      Read More
    • Understanding Georgia’s Hands-Free Driving Law

      Since 2012, there have been over 300,000 traffic collisions in Georgia on a yearly basis. This number spiked by 50,000 crashes in 2015 (385,221 reported accidents), an alarming hike that is greatly ...

      Read More
    • What Should I Do After Surviving a Hit & Run Accident?

      Being the victim of a hit and run accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience. When a driver speeds away from the repercussions of an accident, it’s the injured victim who has to call for ...

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    • Memorial Day vs. Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

      Each year, over 5,000 bikers are killed in traffic collisions across the United States. This tragic statistic doesn’t even include the thousands of riders who are catastrophically injured by ...

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    • What Counts as Adequate Security?

      When you are at your own apartment, you typically expect that nothing bad will happen to you. You lock your windows and doors at night and expect that the apartment security will take care of the ...

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    • Georgia Court of Appeals Decision Extends Period of Time for Crime Victims to File Personal Injury Claims

      Georgia law holds property owners responsible for keeping safe premises for tenants and their invited guests. A property owner may be liable for criminal acts that take place on their premises if he ...

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    • Managing Your Social Media Accounts After Being A Victim Of Violent Crime

      Social media has integrated itself into many aspects of our daily lives. People use it to stay in touch with friends, keep up with the news, and stay connected with the world around them. However, ...

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