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  • Can I File a Personal Injury Claim for My Pet?
    Can I File a Personal Injury Claim for My Pet?

    Although you cannot file a personal injury claim for your pet in most states, you may be able to recover compensation for veterinary bills and other pet-related losses in certain situations. For ...

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  • At-Fault Driver Flees After 6-Car Crash Leaves Man Dead
    At-Fault Driver Flees After 6-Car Crash Leaves Man Dead

    On Sunday, February 7, 2021, at about 2:25 a.m., a Marietta man allegedly crashed his pickup truck into a concrete barrier on I-285 near Powers Ferry Road in Cobb County, Georgia. After the Toyota ...

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  • Can I File a Car Accident Claim If I Was Partly at Fault?
    Can I File a Car Accident Claim If I Was Partly at Fault?

    While some car accidents are relatively black-and-white, most involve some gray area. It is relatively common for multiple parties to share some portion of the blame for an accident. But what happens ...

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  • Is Georgia a No-Fault State for Car Accident Cases?
    Is Georgia a No-Fault State for Car Accident Cases?

    To determine how compensation is allotted after a car accident , states either have “no-fault” or “fault-based” laws. In no-fault states, drivers who are injured in a car accident can file a claim ...

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  • Who is Liable for Car and Truck Accidents Caused by Mechanical Issues?
    Who is Liable for Car and Truck Accidents Caused by Mechanical Issues?

    Car and truck accidents can be caused by many different factors. Although these events are the result of driver negligence in many cases, collisions can also be caused by external elements. In some ...

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  • How Are Damages Paid for in a Single Vehicle Accident?
    How Are Damages Paid for in a Single Vehicle Accident?

    In a typical car accident case, an injured person can file a claim with the other driver’s insurance company in order to recover damages. Georgia is a fault-based negligence state, so these types of ...

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