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November 13, 2019

Types of Major Injuries From ‘Minor’ Car Accidents

It may surprise you to learn that a common fender bender could cause you serious physical harm. Below, Roden Law discusses different types of significant injuries an accident victim may suffer in a low-speed car crash that many people may think of as…

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November 07, 2019

Can You Change Doctors in a Workers’ Comp Claim?

After a work injury in Georgia, you have the right to choose your treating doctor from a list provided by your employer and/or its workers’ compensation insurance carrier. The diagnosis and treatment plan provided by this medical professional can affect…

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October 25, 2019

Workers’ Comp Denied for Refusing Opioid Prescription?

According to a 2016 report by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, as many as 44 percent of workers’ compensation claims nationwide included a prescription for opioids along with other painkillers. Opioid prescriptions can be very…

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October 21, 2019

What Georgia Law Requires of Drivers After an Accident

There are several things a crash victim can do after a car crash to help build a case against the at-fault driver. However, Georgia law also has some requirements for drivers after an accident. These critical steps are designed to protect you, but they…

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October 14, 2019

Injury Claims Involving Drunk Pedestrians

If you were hit by a car while walking, but you were drunk at the time, can you still pursue compensation for your damages? This is a complicated situation, so it is best to discuss the situation with a qualified Savannah car accident attorney. The knowledgeable…

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October 07, 2019

How Negligence Per Se May Apply to a Tailgating Claim

Tailgating is a contributing factor in thousands of car accidents each year. When you consider how distracted many drivers are when they are behind the wheel, it is easy to see why tailgating accidents are so common. Tailgating is a violation of Georgia’s…

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September 17, 2019

Do I Pay Taxes on a Car Crash Lawsuit Award in Georgia?

If you try to obtain compensation in a personal injury lawsuit after a car accident, you may be worried about having to pay taxes on any compensation you may receive. The good news is that most of the compensation you may receive is not taxable. However,…

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September 11, 2019

When Drunk Driving Victims May Pursue Punitive Damages

When you are injured in an accident, you usually have the right to seek compensation for the full extent of the damages that you sustained. However, in certain cases where the at-fault party behaved in a manner that is deemed malicious or egregious, you…

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