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The Other Insurance Company Sent Me a Check: Now What?

Receiving a check from the other party’s insurance company after a Georgia car accident can be confusing and emotionally charged. You may be wondering what to do next and ask yourself, Should I cash an insurance check? Is cashing the check a good idea? What does accepting the compensation mean for your case? The temptation to accept the quick...

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Guide to the Georgia Car Accident Statute of Limitations

When a driver’s negligence causes a car accident and results in someone’s loss, the victim can file a lawsuit to recover their damages. However, you can lose your right to file a lawsuit if you wait too long. The car accident statute of limitations in Georgia creates a two-year time limit during which the person who suffers injuries, called...

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4 Common Types of Airbag Deployment Injuries

Can an airbag kill you? In rare circumstances, an airbag can kill you despite being designed to protect you. However, it is much more likely that you will suffer an injury from the airbag deployment rather than death. The airbag itself is a safety device that deploys at speeds up to 100 mph, and if you are in the...

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Common Car Accident Seat Belt Injuries and Symptoms

Seat belts prevent thousands of deaths each year and are designed to prevent severe injuries. However, even when used as intended, seat belts can cause injuries. The crash itself may not injure you but rather the seatbelt. If you believe you suffered a seatbelt injury, consult an attorney to discuss your options. Seat belts are an active safety system...

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Guide to Uninsured Motorist Coverage in Georgia

Whether you were recently the victim of a car wreck with an uninsured driver or wondering if you should invest in uninsured motorist coverage, we have compiled this guide to uninsured motorist coverage in Georgia for your reference and convenience. Of course, the experienced Atlanta car accident attorneys at MG Law are always available to answer your questions and...

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How to Handle the Insurance Companies After a Car Accident

If you have been in an accident, you will likely need to file an insurance claim with either your own insurer or another person’s insurance company. If you got into a car accident with an uninsured motorist, for example, you may need to file an insurance claim with your own auto insurer. On the other hand, if you were...

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What Is the Average Car Accident Settlement in Georgia?

No two Georgia car accidents are the same. That means there is no average car accident settlement in Georgia—at least not one that would be reliable. The settlement amount for your Georgia car accident will depend on the circumstances of your case.  That’s why it’s so important to have a qualified attorney review your case. Reach out to us...

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Determining Fault in a Georgia T-Bone Car Accident

Determining fault in a T-bone accident can be complicated. Understanding who is at fault is crucial because it directly impacts your ability to recover compensation. If you’re searching for answers to questions like “I was in a T-bone accident, who is at fault?” keep reading. In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to prove your case and what evidence...

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10 Common Types of T-Bone Car Accident Injuries

T-bone accidents get their name from the distinct impact point forming a “T-shape” where one vehicle’s front collides with the side of another. These accidents can result in significant damage, especially if one vehicle is larger than the other. Victims are less protected than other rear or front-end collisions, which can lead to devastating T-bone car accident injuries.  A...

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Will My Insurance Rates Go Up, If I Am Not At Fault?

Georgia’s Laws on Insurance Rates If you are involved in a wreck that was not your fault, your insurance premiums should not increase. O.C.G.A. § 33-9-40 prohibits an insurance carrier from raising your premiums if you did not cause the accident regardless of whether you take advantage of uninsured motorist coverage and/or medical payments coverage available under your insurance...

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