Resources for Atlanta Residents
There is always so much going on in Atlanta. Concerts, festivals, food trucks, art shows, things to do with kids and the list goes on. In addition, with regards to personal injury law, there are always different factors, questions, and nuances for each case, not to mention the ever changing laws! When you have Greathouse Trial Law in your corner, you're never on your own. We're here for you with resources, guides and more - all aimed at helping you succeed at your craft. Explore our guides, browse our resources or come see us at one of the many events we sponsor in Atlanta.
Each year, thousands of Georgia residents are involved in auto accidents across the state. In Atlanta, too, many residents are plagued with the reality of car crashes as they attempt to navigate to or from work, home and other activities.
Unfortunately, many of the victims of these crashes often suffer from debilitating, long-term injuries or fatalities as a result, and without proper legal assistance, many do not recover the compensation they need from the drivers responsible.
Traffic fatalities across the state saw an over 30 percent increase between 2014 and 2016, and in 2016 Fulton County alone saw approximately 60,984 car crashes and 12,875 injuries. These staggering numbers highlight the urgency for safer driving in both Atlanta and the state of Georgia.
When an up and coming or legendary artist drops a new album, you can bet that Atlanta is a prime consideration for their festival or tour stop. As the temperature rises, our thirst for all things festivals (cocktails, warm weather, and friends) will increase.
If you’ve lived in Atlanta for any amount of time, then you are familiar with the classic Music Midtown festival located in Piedmont Park annually. Known for its epic lineups, you’re sure to make a few new friends or run into some familiar ones at this festival. The Atlanta Winter Beer Fest kicks off the first festival in January 2018 and then the festivals get rolling. The Dogwood Festival, Sweetwater 420 Fest, Big Shanty Festival, Shaky Beats, Shaky Knees, Atlantafest and Summer Shade Festival highlight some of the best festivals Atlanta has to offer.
Each year, the Atlanta area offers up world-class talent at music festivals which showcase the city’s historic neighborhoods and iconic venues. From perennial favorites to newly launched events, these Atlanta music festivals are sure to be hot tickets come festival time. Some of the lineups for next years festivals are pretty killer. Can’t get enough music festival variety? You’re in luck as Atlanta has some of the best of the best. Here are some of the the best festivals which should be at the top of your annual bucket list. Check out our Guide to Atlanta Music Festivals.
You may not have thought that it was possible to live in a big city and also get to enjoy bicycling and the beautiful scenery that comes with it. Well in Atlanta, you can have the best of both worlds. There are dozens of great options for biking within Atlanta and other surrounding areas.
The map gives you 15 of our favorite bike routes/trails. The interactive map gives you the opportunity to click on the trail to learn more about the distance, location, and terrain. Below the map is additional information about a few fantastic bars, restaurants, and shops to hit as you ride. Check out our Best Atlanta Bike Routes map.
Sustaining a personal injury can be dizzying enough due to the physical injuries, emotional distress and financial worry, but understanding Georgia’s personal injury law can also become a worry if not properly approached.
While many are under the impression that “If I am injured, I am guaranteed compensation,” individuals who have had complaints or claims levied against them will often fight tooth-and-nail in order to cover their tracks and not have to offer compensation to those injured by their actions (or in-actions).
Our attorneys routinely get asked similar questions about personal injury law, such as what constitutes a personal injury claim, what you may receive as compensation and how to go about bringing a claim against someone who, whether through deliberate action or gross negligence, has injured you in some way. Click through for a list of 110 of our most frequently asked personal injury questions.