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Posts by Bruce A. Hagen

HAGEN ROSSKOPF’S HEADQUARTERS IS OPEN!!

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Although we never stopped working and our office remained virtually opened during the first months of the healthcare crisis; our physical office at the historic Marble House is now open!!  We are pleased to announce that our attorneys and team members are now working at our office during some days of the week and that…

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Coronavirus – We are Prepared!

We know these are uncertain and trying times for everyone. In the midst of so much change, we want you to know that at Hagen Rosskopf, we are taking every measure possible to continue to take care of our clients and their cases while we keep our attorneys and staff safe. Here are some ways…

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We Need to Stop Senate Bill 415

I see the worst behavior from insurance companies daily. They abuse their own insureds and refuse to take responsibility for the harm that their clients cause to others. They have so much money that they’re largely unaccountable, except in a court of law. The courtroom is the only place where insurance companies can be held accountable for the…

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Atlanta’s “Scootergeddon” May Be Over for a While

You may have heard that another e-scooter company, Lime, is leaving Atlanta. On January 9th, the company stated, “As part of our path to profitability, Lime has made the difficult decision to exit Atlanta and focus our resources on markets that allow us to meet our ambitious goals for 2020.” Since the introduction of e-scooters…

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#GIVINGTUESDAY

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During this time of giving and gratitude, we are thankful for all the individuals and organizations who work hard to make our cities and state a better place to live in. We are inspired every day by the commitment and enthusiasm of their volunteers, boards of directors and staff. Their vision, ideas and efforts are…

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Important Information for Tenants In A Residential Lease

On October 21, 2019, the Georgia Supreme Court issued an important decision that protects the rights of injured people in Georgia. What happened in this case? In Langley v. MP Spring Lakes, LLC, an apartment complex resident filed a personal injury lawsuit against her landlord and apartment complex arising from injuries sustained in a trip…

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Bruce A. Hagen talks to ATL City Council members at the Mobility and Safety Town Hall Meeting

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Fighting for the most vulnerable users on Atlanta’s dangerous streets isn’t just about being a good personal injury lawyer, being an experienced litigator or having a successful law practice. It takes more than standing up to the insurance companies and defending clients in court. It’s about fighting to prevent traffic fatalities and severe injuries. In…

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The Future of Electric Scooters

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The future of electric scooters in the City of Atlanta, and around the country, is getting complicated. While there is much to recommend the motorized two-wheelers – less dependence on cars and zero internal combustion engine pollution — among other benefits, the ambiguity of where they belong while in use has become an issue. Some…

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