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Category: Wrongful Death

Georgia’s Wrongful Death Statute

By Evan L. Kaine

How much is a life “worth”?  Most of us would say that it’s priceless…especially for those who have lost someone in an accident, often called, “wrongful death” in legal terms. A motorcycle rider is killed after being struck by a car, a gas tank explosion takes the life of a child, a tractor trailer accident Read More

Posted in Wrongful Death |
Published April 11, 2019
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Wrongful Death Cases in Georgia (Part 2)

By Evan L. Kaine

The death of a loved one is not a subject many ever want to talk about, let alone experience. However, as we spotlight Wrongful Death topics, a critical part is determining the settlement or calculating the value of that person’s life.  While there will never be an amount that can replace someone you love, it Read More

Posted in Wrongful Death |
Published October 10, 2017
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Wrongful Death Cases in Georgia (Part 1)

By Evan L. Kaine

Let’s face it, the law and all of its limitations can get a bit confusing. Right when you think you understand something; there is a caveat to make you think otherwise. Instead of taking hours trying to figure out Georgia law, we are dedicated to providing our clients some educational tips and suggestions to help Read More

Posted in Wrongful Death |
Published October 03, 2017
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The Basics of Georgia Wrongful Death Claims

By Evan L. Kaine

The state of Georgia defines wrongful death as the death of a person caused by the \"negligent, reckless, intentional, or criminal\" acts of another person or entity (such as a business). Negligence is typically defined as a failure to use reasonable care when there is a duty to do so, resulting in harm to another. Read More

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Published June 07, 2017
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Spring Ahead Into Safety

By Evan L. Kaine

The days will soon be growing longer as we “spring ahead” and our goals to clean out the old and welcome in the new will consume our free time. As we settle in to the changes brought by Daylight Savings, we are reminded that while we may have lost an hour of sleep, we need Read More

Published March 21, 2017
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The Safest Vehicles in 2017

By Evan L. Kaine

As consumers, we rely on a number of experts for insight and guidance on a daily basis. With the New Year upon us and the 2017 car models flooding dealerships, when shopping for a car, it is important to know what feature you may be overlooking. Experts at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Read More

Published January 17, 2017
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Hyperthermia: Hot Cars & Heatstroke Are Back

By Evan L. Kaine

Warmer temperatures have infiltrated their way into the Peach State and the summer will be here in no time. Before the sweltering heat and humidity completely take over, a reminder should be given to drivers regarding hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when a person\'s body temperature rises and remains above the normal; 98.6°F Most frequently, this occurs Read More

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Published March 31, 2016
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Anchor It and Protect a Child: Important Safety Steps to Protect Your Home

By Evan L. Kaine

Our home should be the one place our children feel safe. Our home should provide our children with the security that nowhere else provides. Our home should be filled with children’s laughter and contentment as they know that nothing will hurt them. However, the hidden dangers in our homes should never be ignored or neglected. Read More

Published October 20, 2015
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Football Injuries and Wrongful Death among Children

By Evan L. Kaine

Our children thrive on socializing, staying active and having fun. When you combine all three it can create pure joy not only for them, but also for us as parents. One example in obtaining all three is to have your child join an extra-curricular activity. The most popular extracurricular activity for boys, especially in the Read More

Published October 14, 2015
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What are Your Rights to Compensation if Injured on Recreational Property?

By Evan L. Kaine

Whether landowners or business owners are liable for slip and falls and other injuries on their property depends on existing laws and the circumstances surrounding the accident. When someone swims on a private lake and drowns, can the surviving family hold the owners liable for the death? A premises liability attorney gathers extensive information and Read More

Published July 10, 2013

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