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This page will look at Georgia personal injury lawsuits and how much they are worth. We will provide a general overview of some critical aspects of Georgia tort law, including the types of damages plaintiffs can get under Georgia law and how long they can wait to file. We will also look at the average settlement value of Georgia personal injury lawsuits.

Damages in Georgia Injury Cases

Under Georgia law, anyone physically injured by the negligent or reckless conduct of another person or entity is entitled to hold that person financially responsible for the “damages” caused by the injuries. Damages are intended to make the plaintiff whole by restoring them to their position before the injuries. In Georgia, personal injury plaintiffs are entitled to three different categories of damages:

On this page, our personal injury lawyers will look at Atlanta auto accident lawsuits. We will explain the relevant law as it applies to car accident cases in Georgia and we will examine the average settlement compensation payout in Atlanta car accident lawsuits.


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Georgia Personal Injury Law & Settlements

This page will look at the general laws and procedural rules that apply to medical malpractice lawsuits in Georgia, so you understand how your case might proceed.

Georgia is a large state, and Atlanta is one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the entire country. So Georgia has a very active malpractice lawsuit docket. We look at what makes a solid claim and medical malpractice settlement amounts in Georgia and how they are calculated.


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Workers’ compensation is a type of insurance that provides medical benefits and wage replacement to employees who are injured or become ill due to their job. In Georgia, workers’ compensation is a no-fault system, which means that employees are entitled to benefits regardless of who caused their injury or illness. So you can get paid for workers’ comp in Georgia even if your mistake caused your injuries.

Who Is Eligible for Georgia Workers’ Compensation?

In Georgia, almost all employees are eligible for workers’ compensation benefits from Day One on the job. Georgia workers’ compensation law requires all businesses with three or more employees to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This includes both full-time and part-time employees, as well as seasonal workers. Certain types of workers, such as domestic servants, farm workers, and railroad employees, are exempt from this requirement. Freelance workers are generally not considered employees of a company.

Below is an example Atlanta negligent security lawsuit.

Negligent security claims arise when an individual is injured on another person’s property due to inadequate security measures, creating an environment where criminal activity can occur. In Atlanta, Georgia, property owners have a legal obligation to ensure that their premises are reasonably safe and secure, taking into account foreseeable risks to visitors and tenants.

This duty includes includes having proper lighting, security personnel, surveillance cameras, and other security measures to deter crime. A failure to implement or maintain these measures may result in legal liability if someone is harmed as a result.

This page is on Georgia nursing home lawsuits.  Our lawyers aim to explain to you the law governing these claims and the expected settlement amount in Georgia nursing home suits so you can get a better idea of what

If your elderly parent or relative died or was seriously injured due to nursing home negligence or abuse, you can file a lawsuit against the nursing home facility and get financial compensation.

Georgia nursing homes get sued for negligence, abuse, and medical malpractice. Why? There are 3360 nursing homes in Georgia.  How many have a Five Star rating?  Fourteen. This explains a lot.

Daycares have an obligation to provide reasonable care and supervision of children.  If a child is seriously injured because a daycare facility’s negligence, parents can bring a personal injury case against the daycare. On this page, our lawyers will explain the basics of Georgia daycare injury lawsuits. We will discuss when parents can sue a daycare for injuries in Georgia and what the potential settlement value of these cases could be. We will also summarize settlements and verdicts in recent Georgia daycare injury cases.


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Georgia Personal Injury Law & Settlements

In two consolidated cases, the Georgia Supreme Court examined the extent of liability faced by premises owners, occupiers, and security contractors in personal injury cases involving third-party criminal conduct.

A win in these cases was critical for maintaining the right to hold defendants accountable for taking safety risks with their customers.

We got a win.  While no earth-shattering new law comes out of this opinion, there is a clarification of key points that will make it more difficult for defendants to win summary judgment in negligent security lawsuits in Georgia.  And that is a big deal.

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