When to Bring a Car Accident Case to a Georgia Magistrate Court
Not all car wreck lawsuits end up before a jury. If a plaintiff’s injuries and financial losses are minimal, this is when a person should bring their car accident case...
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What to Expect in a Car Accident Lawsuit in Georgia Superior Courts
Superior courts have general jurisdiction because the law empowers these judges to hear a variety of cases. Every county in Georgia has a superior court, and a plaintiff should file...
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Should I Use Collision Coverage After a Car Accident?
When a driver is in a car accident and has collision coverage on their vehicle, they have two options. They may pursue a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver,...
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How Can Medical Payment Coverage Help After a Car Accident?
After a car accident, individuals may sustain serious bodily harm. Even injuries that seem minor, such as chest pain, can cost thousands of dollars when x-rays or CT scans are...
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How to Obtain a Car Accident Police Report
Individuals who have been in a car accident should always obtain a copy of their police report. An accident report is a formal document that may help prove which driver...
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Do I Need Underinsured Motorist Coverage?
For many motorists, understanding Georgia’s uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM insurance) can be challenging. Many drivers believe that they have it, only to find out when it is too...
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