Even the world’s safest drivers can get into accidents. Because we have to share Atlanta’s highways with other drivers, there is always the risk of
Posts in Month: May 2020
I Want to File for Bankruptcy but I’m Afraid I Will Be Fired. Can I Get Fired for Filing for Bankruptcy?
In short, you cannot be legally fired for filing for bankruptcy. Under the law, employers in both the public and private sector are prohibited from
There are strict federal regulations that require trucking companies and truck drivers to be conscious of the current condition of their vehicles. Daily records of
I Had My Parents Co-sign on My Loan. Will My Co-signers Be Liable for My Debts if I File for Bankruptcy?
Some people are unable to obtain a loan for a car, a home, or other debts unless they have a co-signer. Basically, a co-signer is
What Are My Legal Options if I Am Injured in a Car Accident Because of Snow, Ice, or Sleet in the Atlanta Area?
Fortunately for Atlantans, snow and ice are a rare event. Typically when they do occur we are given plenty of notice so that we can
Many people think of bankruptcy as their golden ticket to freedom. They may be mired in debt with little income and few options, and decide
Bankruptcy and personal injury cases can go hand in hand. When an individual is involved in a serious car accident, slip and fall accident, or
If you or child has been bitten by a dog in Georgia, you are not alone. It’s estimated that over four million people in the
Atlanta’s roads can be dangerous. Accidents involving public transportation are on the rise in Atlanta. It’s not uncommon for the operator of a taxi, bus,
That’s not exactly the way the process works. By law, if you owe a debt that has not been paid, such as a credit card