What is a Lien on a Personal Injury Case?
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | April 29, 2022
Whether you are injured because of a fall, dog bite, car accident, or other cause, you incur medical bills for the treatment of your injuries. You are responsible for paying those medical bills. Your health […]
Should I Cash The Check My Insurance Company Sent Me?
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | April 19, 2022
After a car accident, fall, or other accident, you might be relieved to find a check in your mail from the insurance company. Many people would not question receiving an insurance check. Instead, they would […]
Child Booster Seat/Restraint Laws in Georgia
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | April 16, 2022
Every parent wants their children to stay safe, especially when traveling. But keeping a child safe in a moving vehicle is easier said than done. There’s a reason that more than 90,000 children are injured […]
4 Things You Didn’t Know About Semi Trucks
Stephen Hasner | Truck Accidents | April 12, 2022
If you’re driving a car, a collision with a semi-truck can be a nightmare. Semi-trucks are significantly larger than the average vehicle. Colliding with a semi-truck is much more hazardous than getting hit by another […]
What is the “Reasonable Person” Standard in a Negligence Claim?
Stephen Hasner | Negligence | April 5, 2022
Negligence claims are ubiquitous in civil courtrooms. However, no two cases are alike – each represents a unique fact pattern. A negligent defendant is liable due to their failure to conform their behavior to an […]
Top Five Reasons to Hire a Litigation Lawyer in Savannah
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | March 29, 2022
When you suffer a personal injury, you might think any lawyer will perform the same tasks and get the same results. But the choice of lawyer for your injury case can often have a huge […]
Suing for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
Stephen Hasner | Negligence | March 28, 2022
Accident victims often include emotional distress as part of their damages when filing a personal injury lawsuit. Georgia laws allow accident victims to recover compensation for emotional distress. However, victims must prove the elements of […]
Understanding Assumption of Risk
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | March 22, 2022
If you have suffered an injury caused by someone else’s negligence, you might have a valid personal injury claim. You may file your claim against the at-fault party who caused your injury. Alternatively, you may […]
What Does Bar Stand for in the Bar Exam or Bar Association?
Stephen Hasner | Georgia Law | March 19, 2022
Many people know that attorneys are required to pass the bar exam before they can practice. However, most people are unaware of what the term “bar” means in relation to the legal profession. There are […]
Breaking Down Attorney-Client Privilege: What it Means and How it Can Affect Your Atlanta, GA Case
Stephen Hasner | Personal Injury | March 17, 2022
Are you concerned about what is said in attorney-client conversations being used against you in court? Do you wonder what guarantee you have that an Atlanta personal injury lawyer will keep your information confidential? If […]