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A person who acts negligently is required by law to pay for all damages incurred. All drivers on Georgia’s roads must exercise reasonable caution under the circumstances. If such care is not taken and an accident occurs, they are liable for all damages. If you have been injured as a result of another person’s or organization’s carelessness, negligence, or irresponsible behavior, you may have a valid personal injury claim.
As you are likely to suffer some form of loss from accidents involving motor vehicles, you will have a claim arising from your injuries. This also includes claims against the at-fault motorist and uninsured motorist claims. Before speaking with an insurance company adjuster, making any statements that could be used against you, or settling for less than you deserve, arm yourself with our free and valuable information.
What Should You Do If You Are in an Accident?
Driver’s name, address, date of birth, telephone number, driver’s license number, and insurance company name and phone number.
Vehicle’s make, year, model, and license plate number. Names, addresses, telephone numbers, and insurance companies of the other vehicle’s legal and registered owners (if the driver is not the owner).
Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of any passengers in the other vehicle.
Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of witnesses to the accident. Ask them to stay to talk to the State Patrol or police. If they cannot stay, ask them to explain what they saw and, if possible, write everything down.
Names and badge numbers of any law officer who came to the accident scene. Ask the officer where and when you can get a copy of the accident report. Make a simple diagram of the accident scene on paper; make notes of traffic conditions, weather, time of day, and any objects such as traffic lights and signs in the area. Also, if you have a camera, take pictures of the scene.
Family Law Issues We Handle
We assist clients in filing and responding to divorce petitions, drafting and negotiating settlement agreements, facilitating mediation, arranging visitation schedules, and resolving alimony issues.
We have extensive experience litigating and establishing appropriate custody and visitation arrangements for divorced couples with minor children.
We have extensive experience in child support matters under Georgia child support guidelines and are well-versed in the new guidelines that went into effect on January 1, 2007. We work on support issues to find appropriate solutions for the situation.
Allocating the spouses’ property is a part of the divorce process. We can assist you in protecting your separate assets as well as obtaining an equitable division of your marital property and debts. Divisible assets include homesteads, furniture, automobiles, 401K assets, pensions, stocks, and more.
We can assist you in negotiating reasonable alimony settlements. From the tax implications of alimony to changes in circumstances that affect alimony payments, our team will work tirelessly to protect your interdependence.
We have spent the last 31 years fighting for the rights of Georgians who are going through one of the most challenging phases of their lives. We try to remove the fear from the process, fighting hard to protect our clients’ rights. We will build a comprehensive defense that seeks to have charges reduced, dismissed, or acquitted. Get in touch with us today!
Naturalization is the legal process for a non-citizen in a country to become a citizen of that country. To apply for naturalization, one of the following must describe your situation:
You have a Green Card and have lived in the United States for five years.
You have asylum and have lived in the United States for four years.
You are the spouse of a U.S. citizen and have lived in the country at least three years.
You are a permanent resident, have served in the United States military, and have been in the country for three years.
For each of the above situations, there are additional requirements you have to meet, which we can walk you through. The naturalization process also requires speaking, reading, writing, and much more. Once you win citizenship, you will finally enjoy the full benefits of the United States.
Deferred Action – This is an excellent program for young people that have entered the U.S. borders illegally. If you arrived in the United States prior to your 16th birthday, and you entered prior to June 15, 2007, then you may be eligible for the Deferred Action program (DACA). Approval of your Deferred Action application will enable you to obtain a Work Authorization and prevent deportation. We have successfully helped many clients obtain approval for Deferred Action.