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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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What is a Line of Sight Accident?

By The Strickland Firm |

When you are involved in a car accident caused by another party’s negligence, it is extremely important to learn about your options for filing a claim. One type of accident that may occur in or around Marietta is a line of sight accident. When these types of crashes occur, the at-fault driver may attempt… Read More »

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What are “Requests for Admission of Fact?”

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Early in the discovery period of a lawsuit, you may be served with a document titled “Requests for Admission of Facts” (commonly referred to as “requests for admission” or “RFAs”).  RFAs are a discovery tool that allows either party to clarify their position about certain facts in a case which can narrow the issues… Read More »

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What are “Defendant’s Requests for Production to Plaintiff”?

By The Strickland Firm |

When you are involved in a personal injury case and you need to file a lawsuit, one of the earliest things you encounter will likely be a discovery document called a “request for production of documents.”  This is just the technical term for a long list of requested materials that your attorney – like… Read More »

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Ryan Strickland Quoted in CBS News Story About Georgia “Chicken Man” Victim in Fatal House Explosion

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Ryan Strickland Quoted in CBS News Story About Georgia “Chicken Man” Victim in Fatal House Explosion, LEARN MORE >>  

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Potential for Distracted Driving Reforms in Georgia

By The Strickland Firm |

Drivers in Marietta should know that distracted driving is a serious problem, particularly distracted driving that involves texting or surfing the internet on a smartphone. Studies continuously show that drivers cannot pay adequate attention to the road while processing information contained on a smartphone screen. Yet distracted driving accidents continue to occur. In an… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Wrong-Way Crashes

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Wrong-way collisions are often devastating crashes that result in serious and deadly injuries. According to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSC), wrong-way driving is defined as “vehicular movement along a travel lane in a direction opposing the legal flow of traffic on high-speed divided highways or access ramps.” Wrong-way crashes are often linked to… Read More »

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What is a Motion for Summary Judgment?

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After the discovery phase of a lawsuit (and, at times, during discovery), one or both parties will file a Motion for Summary Judgment. This is a motion asking the judge to look at all the evidence in the record and issue a ruling that one party is entitled to win all or part of… Read More »

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Using the Banks’ Argument Against Them

By The Strickland Firm |

Even today, our legal system is still dealing with foreclosure cases that arose out of the foreclosures crisis that began in the late 2000s.  At that time, Desperate homeowners filed wrongful foreclosure actions against their lenders, often attempting to challenge the assignment of the Security Deed or other mortgage documents.  For the most part,… Read More »

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You Don’t Have to File for Bankruptcy to Stop Foreclosure

By The Strickland Firm |

Many clients have come to our firm over the years for advice on trying to stop a foreclosure sale on their home or property.  Before speaking with us, most did not know that there were ways to stop a foreclosure.  When a persona in this situation researched options online, they are bombarded with bankruptcy… Read More »

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The Timeline of An Injury Case: From Injury to Compensation?

By The Strickland Firm |

The majority of our personal injury clients have never been injured because of another person’s fault.  As a result, our clients often have questions about the process – specifically how long they can expect before the case is resolved.  Like with so many things, the short answer is: it depends.  Below, if a general… Read More »

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