Atlanta Personal Injury Blog

When to Consult an Attorney for Slip-and-Fall Negligence

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Slip-and-fall accidents are those that occur when someone encounters a walking surface that isn’t safe due to the presence of a slippery substance. This could be rainwater tracked in from the entrance, soft drinks spilled near a self-serve station, a recently-mopped nursing home hallway or a patch of black ice on parking lot walkway. The… Read More

Is Your Parking Lot Safe?

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Parking lots may not be pretty to look at, but for those who drive, parking lots are an essential structure type. But parking lots, while they may be useful, also have the potential to be dangerous. To be sure, EHS reports that 500 deaths a year occur to drivers and pedestrian in parking lots and parking… Read More

Did You Fall and Injure Yourself at a Hotel?

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Hotels hold the promise of serving as relaxing getaways, often complete with workout facilities, pools, and spas. But hotels are just as at risk of becoming the site of an accident as are other types of properties, and perhaps even more so when poorly maintained. If you are someone who has fallen and been injured… Read More

Identifying Dangerous Conditions in Nursing Homes

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Every year, hundreds of nursing home residents are injured or harmed in the care facilities in which they reside. In most of these cases, the harm is completely preventable, and would not have occurred but for a dangerous condition in the nursing home, or the negligence of nursing home staff. When dangerous conditions are present,… Read More

What to Do if You Have Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States. In fact, TBIs contribute to about 30 percent of all injury deaths, and approximately 138 people die every day from TBI-related injuries.  When a TBI does not result in death,… Read More