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Do's and Dont's For Car Accident Victims

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jun 1, 2010

Whether the cause is cell phone use, drunk driving, falling asleep at the wheel, or just plain inexperience, car accidents remain the leading cause of death for people 34 and younger, claiming an astounding 40,000 lives a year in the U.S. Because...

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Lost Wages and Your Case

By Bruce A. Hagen | May 20, 2010

So, you’ve been injured in an accident, and are seeking compensation so you can be made whole for your losses. Part of your loss includes any money that you’ve missed out on earning from your job due to the injuries....

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Pain and Suffering Caps Declared Unconstitutional by Georgia Supreme Court

By Bruce A. Hagen | Apr 6, 2010

A recent decision by the Georgia Supreme Court has restored an important constitutional right for Georgia citizens, but efforts by special interest groups already are underway to try to strip us of those rights once again. The decision resulted from...

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Collision Avoidance Course for Teenage Drivers

By Bruce A. Hagen | Apr 5, 2010

In the United States, automobile accidents are the leading cause of death and serious injuries among teenagers. Inexperience, increased speeds, alcohol, and drugs, and distractions from music devices, cell phones and friends all contribute to the staggering number of avoidable...

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Home Invasion Injuries and Your Rights

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 19, 2010

The first two weeks of March saw three violent home invasions in Atlanta that left one man dead and two other victims physically wounded. At around 2:30 a.m. on March 1, two masked gunmen entered a home in Merry Hills...

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How Driving is Affected When Using A Cell Phone To Text

By Bruce A. Hagen | Feb 22, 2010

“The Dangers of Texting While Driving”: How is driving affected when using a cell phone to text? While technology is steadily pushing forward, our laws and legal system are still playing catch up in regards to regulations and safety. Gwinnett...

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Georgia legislation rethinks out of date auto safety laws

By Bruce A. Hagen | Feb 11, 2010

It’s about the passing of a bill in Georgia, proposing to legalize Hands-Free devices in the car. Currently, it is illegal to use headphones or hands-free devices in Georgia. The first bill for the Georgia Senate, titled Senate Bill 306,...

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