Georgia Good Samaritan Law

Main Takeaways Georgia’s Good Samaritan Law protects from civil litigation any person “who in good faith renders emergency care at the scene of an accident or emergency to the victim or victims thereof without making any charge.” Georgia’s 911 Medical Amnesty Law, signed in 2014, protects individuals from arrest, prosecution or conviction of certain drug …

Negligence in the Eyes of the Law

If you have been injured and are wondering if you have a personal injury lawsuit that can be made, you will need to understand what negligence is in the eyes of Georgia law. While the concept may seem obvious at first, it is actually quite nuanced legally speaking. To be successful in a personal injury …

What You Need to Know About DUI Charges in Georgia

If you or a loved one has been arrested for a DUI, or you’re worried that it may happen at some point in the future, it is important to understand how the process and law works in such cases. The state of Georgia takes DUIs very seriously, which means you need to take these charges …

Preserving the Claim: 5 Things NOT To Do Following an Auto Accident

If you have been in an auto accident, you will have many things running through your head. No matter the circumstances of the accident, it is always important to do all you can to protect your rights going forward. Unfortunately, many people make some common mistakes in the minutes, hours, and days following an auto …

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