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stair hazards

Falling is usually scary, however, a fall down the stairs can be particularly terrifying. When you fall forward down a set of stairs, it is difficult—if not impossible—to catch yourself. As a result, these falls can result in devastating injuries. If you have been injured, contact a personal injury attorney right away….

motorcycle

Our motorcycle accident lawyers know that riding a motorcycle always comes with inherent dangers. Any type of collision can cause serious injuries to a motorcyclist since there is no metal frame, seat belts, or airbags to protect them from the impact like in a passenger vehicle. Rear-end collisions1 can be especially dangerous for individuals…

commerical truck

Truck driver error is the most common cause1 of collisions involving large commercial trucks in the United States, according to our truck accident attorneys. When you think of driver errors, you likely think of texting and driving, drunk driving, speeding, and similar acts. But, our truck accident lawyers find that one type of driver…

plaza theatre

Atlanta has been nicknamed the “Hollywood of the South.” Georgia has earned that name with its rise to the 3rd largest filming city in the country, only falling behind California and New York. In the past nine years, hundreds of movies and shows have been filmed in Atlanta, and that…

atlanta

Whether you call Atlanta home or you are visiting the city for the first time, there is always something new to see or do. Atlanta is known for its rich history, great sports, and award-winning restaurants, but there are also a few little-known facts that may surprise you. So, let’s explore this historic city…

centennial olympic park

Atlanta is such a diverse city with so many great restaurants, parks, museums, and events that it’s hard to experience everything in one visit. Atlanta is considered the most populated metropolitan area in the United States, and its long history dates back to 1837 when the city was first founded….

construction site

Construction is notoriously one of the most dangerous industries in which an individual can work, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).1 Construction workers regularly suffer injuries due to falls, falling objects, heavy machinery, and more. However, after the workers go home each day, many hazards on a construction site…