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Georgia Supreme Court Orders New Trial in Fatal Car Accident Case

By Hawkins Spizman |

Car accidents are an unfortunate everyday occurrence in Georgia. Many people are seriously injured or killed in such accidents. Yet in most cases, the person who caused the accident only faces civil liability, such as a personal injury lawsuit filed by the victim. The mere fact that the accident occurred is not necessarily a… Read More »

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BMW Faces Lawsuit in Atlanta Federal Court Over Auto Accident

By Hawkins Spizman |

Modern automobiles include a number of safety features intended to protect the vehicle’s occupants in the event of an auto accident. Unfortunately, some of these features do not work as advertised. And in many cases, it is actually a defect in the design or manufacture of the car that leads to serious injury and… Read More »

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What To Do After A Car Accident That Wasn’t Your Fault

By Hawkins Spizman |

Being involved in a car accident can be stressful and anxiety-inducing, even if it wasn’t your fault. Knowing what steps to take immediately following the accident can help ensure that you are taken care of and that all of your rights are respected. If you were involved in a car accident caused by someone… Read More »

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Teen Killed In Solo-Vehicle Crash

By Hawkins Spizman |

Car accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. However, teens are most likely to be involved in them due to a lack of driving experience. Sadly, many teens are killed in car accidents. This was recently the case in Georgia. A teen was killed in a crash near Denmark High School in Alpharetta. The fatal accident… Read More »

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GA Drivers Reminded that Seat Belts Save Lives

By Hawkins Spizman |

It is said that every hour in the United States, someone dies simply because they chose not to buckle their seat belt. That is why, in part, this holiday season, the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) and the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) are reminding all drivers to buckle up. If you don’t, you… Read More »

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