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Qui Tam – Whistleblower Claims

By Evan L. Kaine

In laymen’s terms Qui Tam means whistleblower, and is often viewed as David versus Goliath. The term refers to an individual who brings forth an action against a company or individual who has defrauded the government.  This claim is allowed by the state and federal False Claims Act placing the power to bring these claims Read More

Posted in Lawyer |
Published August 07, 2018
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Carbon Monoxide – The Silent Threat

By Evan L. Kaine

Simple devices hang in our homes to give us a sense of security. We rely on them to keep us safe and notify us when something is wrong. According to the National Fire Protection Association, ninety-six percent (96%) of all homes in the United State have at least one smoke alarm. However, almost five million Read More

Posted in Lawyer |
Published September 22, 2015
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Georgia – A Model for Commercial Vehicle Safety

By Evan L. Kaine

The state of Georgia is being praised by other states for recent efforts to reduce accidents involving trucks. Michigan is one of many states that have recently applauded the peach state for acknowledging the dangers and repercussions of the trucking industry on their local highways. Governor Nathan Deal proposed that the state of Georgia employ Read More

Posted in Lawyer |
Published August 27, 2015
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Petextrians: Texting While Walking

By Evan L. Kaine

Whether you live in small town Georgia or in the big city, your right foot has slammed on the brake a time or two. The reasons are endless but one growing trend is that of petextrians. Yes, you heard that correctly, P-E-T-E-X-T-R-I-A-N-S. A petextrian is an individual who is texting and walking at the same Read More

Published August 18, 2015
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Top 10 Reasons for Being Pulled Over

By Evan L. Kaine

The majority of the population doesn’t think twice about getting pulled over when grabbing their car keys for the daily commute to work or even a weekend getaway. Our thoughts are likely somewhere other than where a new speed trap is located, a new construction zone or if a seatbelt checkpoint is being managed up Read More

Posted in Auto Accidents, Lawyer |
Published July 14, 2015
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Georgia’s Good Samaritan Law

By Evan L. Kaine

While we hope that no one is ever in need of emergency medical attention, the summer months tend to see a rise in injuries and trauma.  This brings our series to the topic of Georgia’s Good Samaritan Law… As human beings, it is in our nature to want to care for the injured.  However, as Read More

Published June 12, 2014

Definition of a Motorycle

By Evan L. Kaine

We sincerely hope that the D.O.T. approved helmets are not only protecting your head, but possibly also providing some protection from the 2014 Georgia Pollenpocalypse. So far, in our education series on Georgia motorcycle laws, we have discussed the appropriate helmets and other clothing and Georgia’s law regarding passengers on motorcycles.  Today, we shift focus Read More

Published May 13, 2014

Motorcycle Passenger Law

By Evan L. Kaine

With temperatures purportedly reaching the upper-70s this week, it seemed like the perfect time to pick up where we left off in our last discussion about motorcycles.  As promised, we’re back to discuss Georgia’s laws regarding passengers on motorcycles. The governing statute for motorcycle passengers is O.C.G.A. § 40-6-311(a), which states: A person operating a Read More

Published April 07, 2014

Get the Most Money for Your Car After an Auto Accident

By Evan L. Kaine

If your vehicle has been involved in an accident, you may be entitled to more than just having your car fixed. Insurance companies are not required to tell you that you can also make a claim for diminished value. Diminished value claims relate to the value of a vehicle after it’s been repaired from an Read More

Published April 03, 2013

Attorney Evan Kaine is also known as Professor Evan Kaine

By Evan L. Kaine

School is in full swing and so is Professor/Attorney Evan Kaine. Mr. Kaine has been giving back to his undergraduate alma mater since 2005 as a guest lecturer and 2008 as a part-time instructor in the School of Hospitality Administration under the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University. http://robinson.gsu.edu/hospitality/index.html Attorney Kaine instructs roughly Read More

Published February 15, 2013

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