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How to Fire Your Personal Injury Attorney

By Bruce A. Hagen | May 8, 2019

We trust attorneys with closing our cases, proving our innocence, winning us the highest possible claim and many other law practices. Every now and then, some may realize that their choice in attorney or law firm wasn’t the best fit...

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Bruce Hagen and Ken Rosskopf Talk Bike Law with the AJC

By Bruce A. Hagen | May 7, 2019

A recent article in the Atlanta Journal Constitution details some of the common frustrations bicyclists face when motorist don’t respect the rules of sharing the road. Bill Torpy of the AJC spoke with Hagen and Rosskopf to get their expert...

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House Passes Bills That Threaten Your Right To A Fair Settlement

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 16, 2017

Three bills recently passed the house that threaten your right to a fair settlement, and there is yet another coming down that pipeline that you should be aware of.  We urge you to contact your Senators and representatives before these...

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Cycling Law Enforcement Outreach in Georgia

By Bruce A. Hagen | Feb 17, 2017

Article by Bruce Hagen for bikelaw.com This past November, Fulton County elected a new sheriff. (Yes, there’s literally a New Sheriff in Town.) During the run-up to the election, one of the candidates posted a tasteless video of John Wayne...

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Insurance Industry No-Pay Tactics: Delay, Deny, Defend

By Bruce A. Hagen | Dec 7, 2016

Almost ten years ago, CNN completed a lengthy expose on insurance industry no-pay tactics. This important piece of journalism led to an understanding of the insurance industry’s strategy of Delay, Deny and Defend. Delay settlement offers until the injured party...

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New Federal Initiative for Zero Traffic Deaths

By Bruce A. Hagen | Dec 6, 2016

When the numbers were released, everyone – from the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) to the National Safety Council (NSC) – was alarmed. The number of deaths from traffic accidents increased 10% during the first half of 2016. The...

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Hagen and Rosskopf Win $2.5 Million For Dekalb County Police Officer

By Bruce A. Hagen | Oct 7, 2016

14 Years in the Making: Justice Delayed but Not Denied The Spring 2016 issue of The Verdict features Hagen’s first-person retelling of a 14-year case. The article details a complicated, multi-car crash, the long investigation that followed and an ongoing...

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Concussion Awareness Spreads to Hockey, Cheerleading

By Bruce A. Hagen | Sep 22, 2016

Serious concussion injuries have long been known to be a major health risk for NFL players, and despite the long delay among NFL officials in acknowledging it, the evidence that severe or repeated concussions can lead to chronic brain trauma, cognitive...

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Federal and State Forces Work to Reform Trucking Industry Policies

By Bruce A. Hagen | Sep 8, 2016

  A game of safety vs. profitability is currently being played out in legislatures across the nation and on the federal level. On one side are trucking interests and on the other side are those who champion public safety. Truck...

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Still in Pain? Learn More about the Statute of Limitations in Georgia

By Bruce A. Hagen | Aug 24, 2016

On February 16th, 2016, three pedestrians waiting at a MARTA bus stop near North Avenue were suddenly hit and injured when two vehicles collided and struck the individuals. Less than a week earlier in Atlanta, on February 10th, 2016, one fatality and...

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