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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”?

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

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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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The Insurance Adjuster Wants My “Statement”? What Should I Do?

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Many times during a personal injury claim, the insurance company or claims adjuster will ask the injured person to call them or come in for a “recorded statement” (sometimes just called a “statement”).  If this is the first time you have been injured because of someone else’s fault, you may not be familiar with… Read More »

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What is “Personal Injury” Law?

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Many people – particularly those who have never had a personal injury case – hear the term “personal injury” as it relates to the law but may not understand what the term means.  I will attempt to explain the term and how this area of the law is different from other areas. The term… Read More »

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Accidents With Pedestrians In Marietta

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While some cities in Georgia have proper infrastructure in place for pedestrians to move around safely, the state as a whole does not. In the annual report “Dangerous By Design,” put out by the think tank Smart Growth America, Georgia tallied the 5th highest number of pedestrian fatalities in 2019, leading to a high… Read More »

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Wrongful Death In Georgia

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Losing a loved one due to the negligence of another person is a situation that no one should ever find themselves in, but unfortunately, it happens all too commonly. If you experience a death in your family or circle of friends because someone else acted recklessly, it can feel like bringing suit is overwhelming,… Read More »

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Had A Slip-and-Fall Accident In Marietta?

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Anyone can slip and fall, especially in winter and spring when the weather is more inclement than usual. If you fall on someone else’s property, though, you may be able to seek compensation if it can be shown that the owner or operator of the place was negligent. The area of law that deals… Read More »

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