5 Questions to Ask the Insurance Adjuster After a Motorcycle Accident


Why it is Important to Document Your Personal Injury Case

Every year, millions of people end up in the emergency room after sustaining injuries from accidents that were not their fault. Common causes of incidents that lead to personal injury claims include pedestrian accidents, dog bites, workplace accidents, slip and falls caused by another person’s negligence, and injury caused by defective products. Although it willRead More


What is the Statute of Limitation for a Personal Injury Case?

In Georgia, filing a personal injury lawsuit against someone needs to be done within two years of the accident or incident that caused the injury. If the plaintiff waits any longer than this, he or she may be barred from filing the claim due to the statute of limitations having passed. It is not alwaysRead More


How a Gap in Treatment Can Adversely Affect a Personal Injury Claim

Georgia law allows injured parties two years to file a personal injury claim. But this does not mean that a person injured in an accident that was not their fault has two years to get medical treatment. In fact, if you don’t get treatment as soon as possible after the accident, and have gaps inRead More


The Importance of Documenting Your Personal Injury Case

Serious accidents of any kind are traumatic, draining, and very often costly. But there is something even more shocking when the accident isn’t your fault! While a personal injury claim can help victims recover medical costs, lost income, and go some way to alleviate pain and suffering, personal injury law is complex and it isRead More


What is the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases?

If you want to lodge a personal injury claim in Georgia you have got some time to do it, but not a lot. The statute of limitations for personal injury specifies in legal terms just how long you have, depending on the type of injury sustained. Most commonly, you have two years to file aRead More


Personal Injury Law in Georgia – When It’s Not Your Fault

Accidents happen all the time. Some result in serious injuries, some are fatal. We can all be careful and take safety precautions whatever we do, but accidents and any personal injury that may result is not always the fault of the person who gets hurt. If you are injured in an accident and decide toRead More


The Negligence Factor in Georgia Personal Injury Law

GA Personal Injury Negligence | Don Turner Legal

You might imagine that the “negligence factor” is a no-brainer when it comes to Georgia personal injury law. After all, if someone else did something that caused you harm they must be held responsible. But liability is not that simple, so if you or a loved one is injured, the negligence factor is a vitalRead More


I’ve Been Injured in a Slip and Fall Accident – Now What?

Slip and fall accidents are a leading cause of emergency room visits and the main cause for missed workdays.  If you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, then you have likely missed work for medical appointments and to adequately recover from your injuries. You can potentially seek a settlement for damages ifRead More


9 Tips To Remember When Operating Your Motorcycle

Georgia is known for its great weather for most of the year, so it’s no surprise why so many motorcyclists find Georgia’s roads the perfect place to ride. Unfortunately, motorcycles are inherently dangerous due to a lack of protection and small size when struck by another motor vehicle. Many drivers are not aware of howRead More


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