Tips to Avoid Injuries During The Holidays in Atlanta

Injuries can prevent you from enjoying the festivities during the holidays and cost you significantly in terms of medical expenses and loss of income. You can work with a personal injury and accident attorney from the CEO Lawyer Personal Injury Law Firm to help put the odds in your favor to recover compensation. Our legal […]

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What exactly is Negligence? The fear of all law students

In the dark and dreary halls of an eldritch palace where profane secrets are seared into the minds of the fools who did not know what they were seeking, there is an incantation that lies at the heart of all things. Words of power great and terrible that lord above all from below. Duty, breach, […]

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How To Negotiate Fair Settlement Claim on Your Car Accident When You Are Bombarded With Barely True Statements and Manipulative Offers?

Recently I worked on a case where the family in the car had, roughly and conservatively speaking, over one hundred thousand dollars in medical bills. The driver suffered severe injuries to his neck, back, and shoulders. The front-seat passenger had similarly severe injuries to the same areas, along with a pretty severe concussion requiring a […]

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What Is a Lawsuit?

Are you wondering what is a lawsuit? How do you actually start a lawsuit? What documents do you actually need? A lawsuit or litigation is a bit more complicated than it seems at first blush. If you find yourself in a position where you need to sue someone to recover from a loss or to […]

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Why You Need a Lawyer?

We’ve all seen or heard it before. That article titled “one thing lawyers don’t want you to know!” or “never get another speeding ticket!” or your uncle tells you he’s been doing some research and a friend of his in a forum told him a trick you won’t believe. In-person or on the internet, someone […]

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Can I Make A Claim for Someone Giving Me COVID-19?

We will give you the answer to this question first. No, you are unlikely to be able to sue someone for giving you COVID-19. But there is a caveat, and that is if you are a first responder, law enforcement authority, paramedic, or other front-line public health official, you might have a claim for someone […]

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I Wasn’t Waited on In a Store, Do I Have A Discrimination Claim?

It may be difficult to determine if a person is discriminated in a store, or if the individual suffers an incident of discrimination, a person can file a discrimination claim. For this information, there needs to be a review of the facts. In general, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it […]

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Filing For Rail Passenger Train Injury Claim

Commuter and rail passenger trains help people move quickly and affordably from one area of Georgia to another. Unfortunately, a person can be injured on a rail train service train. Are you wondering if you can file a rail passenger train injury claim? Even minor collisions can result in the loss of life or have […]

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Just Who Is That Dog of War? Who Can Serve Process?

We left off last time covering the two most common types of service of process. But instead of jumping into the less common kinds, we will interlude and discuss who can serve process on a defendant. First and foremost, the person who can serve process is not you. If you are a party to the […]

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My Attorney Screwed Up My Case…What Are My Rights?

In general, attorneys make every effort to successfully manage a case for their client. However, there are times when the settlement does not come out as large as had been anticipated, and that determination will ride on various factors. Attorneys cannot always influence a case to be won, even after the best efforts to win […]

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