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What to Do If a Product Malfunction Causes a Personal Injury in Lawrenceville, GA

Posted by: content | on February 15, 2018

When you purchase any type of product, the last thing you want is to become injured due to a product malfunction or defect. However, this unfortunate outcome occurs more frequently throughout the United States than you might think. Over 38.5 million people received medical attention in 2010 due to an injury caused by a consumer […]

Filed Under: Personal Injury

Georgia Slip and Fall Personal Injury Cases

Posted by: content | on January 17, 2018

The term slip and fall or trip and fall relates to an injury that occurs when someone trips, slips, or falls as a result of a dangerous condition on another individual’s or company’s property. This includes falls as a result of water, ice and snow, as well as any quick changes in flooring levels, lighting, […]

Filed Under: Personal Injury

What Should I Know About Georgia Medical Malpractice Cases?

Posted by: content | on January 8, 2018

The legal team at Cain Injury Law understands how difficult it can be to bring on a medical malpractice case against a healthcare professional or hospital in the state of Georgia. The laws surrounding medical malpractice can be tough to understand and medical malpractice claims can come in a variety of different forms. For this […]

Filed Under: Personal Injury

What Happens After an Uber Accident in Gwinnett County?

Posted by: content | on December 22, 2017

Riding in an Uber is more common than taking a taxi these days. Uber and other ride-share companies offer the convenience of getting transportation simply by using a Smartphone app. These companies have quickly revolutionized city travel. There may be some disadvantages to utilizing these types of services including how to handle accidents. If you […]

Filed Under: Auto Accident

How Do Personal Injury Claims Work in Gwinnett County, Georgia?

Posted by: content | on December 11, 2017

If you were injured due to someone else’s negligence, you likely have a number of medical bills and have other expenses that could be causing financial problems. A serious injury can be life-changing and could require ongoing care and treatment. You probably need to take time off work until your injuries heal and if you suffered […]

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I Was in a Georgia Car Accident. How Do I Get Compensation?

Posted by: content | on November 27, 2017

Car accidents are a leading cause of both morbidity and disability. A car accident is said to have occurred when a motor vehicle collides with another motor vehicle, a pedestrian, an animal, structure, building or road equipment.   Despite strict laws that govern speeding, drunk driving, distracted driving and overall driver negligence, car accidents continue […]

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How Can I File a Wrongful Death Claim in Gwinnett County, Georgia?

Posted by: content | on November 13, 2017

The death of a loved one is never easy for family members regardless of how the person died. When your loved one died as the result of negligent acts of another,  your family is left with a financial loss that adds to the emotional stress and grief caused by the death. You might be able […]

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What Causes Bicycle Accidents in Gwinnett County, GA?

Posted by: content | on October 30, 2017

Some of the most common causes of bicycle accidents include:   Turn Accidents – Often drivers turn left in front of an oncoming bicyclist. This type of accident is generally called a left cross. Similarly, a motor vehicle can turn right in front of a bicyclist right hook. In both cases, there is a risk […]

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Do Pedestrian Laws Protect Me from Bad Georgia Drivers?

Posted by: content | on October 25, 2017

In Gwinnett County, GA, pedestrian laws protect pedestrians from collisions with motor vehicles. While the law requires that pedestrians take all precautionary measures to avoid such collisions, it also requires drivers to demonstrate a basic sense of responsibility to ensure that pedestrians stay safe.   What Rules Should Gwinnett County Pedestrians Follow?   Gwinnett County […]

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Cain Injury Law Launches Brand New Website

Posted by: content | on October 25, 2017

The new site educates residents about their legal options and highlights the firm’s personal injury law services, reports   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Grayson, GA)—Cain Injury Law announced the launch of their brand-new website. Better reflecting the firm’s commitment to their clients, the new site helps to educate Georgia residents about their legal options in personal […]

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