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No Spill – No Problem: Understanding Slip and Fall Claims

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / March 4, 2018

Most of the time when you hear about someone falling and getting injured at a restaurant or a grocery store, you automatically think it’s because of water, or Coke, or another hazard someone spilled. However, that’s not always the case.  Unfortunately, an establishment can be unsafe without an actual spill. There are multiple building codes…

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Emerging Trend: Hospitals Avoid Billing Patient’s Health Insurance

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / February 19, 2018

In a recent report, Channel 2 reporter Dave Huddleston investigated the reasons why accident victims were being billed directedly by hospitals for treatment, even when they have the health insurance. The report found that some Georgia hospitals are going after a cut of any personal injury settlement, rather than billing the patient’s health insurance. While it is…

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Tips For Overcoming An Intoxication Defense In Workers’ Comp

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / February 12, 2018

It only takes one positive test of intoxication for an injured employee’s workers’ compensation claim to be derailed. If an employer/insurer can show that an employee was intoxicated at the time of the injury and that the intoxication caused or contributed to that injury, they can lawfully deny that employee medical treatment and income benefits.…

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage: What You Need To Know

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / September 15, 2017

Take out your wallet and pull out your insurance card. You will see a bunch of letters and numbers that may make no sense to you. What those letters and numbers reflect is the many types of car insurance you have. One of the most important types of coverage that a lot of people don’t…

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Statute of Limitations: Don’t Sit On Your Rights

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / September 9, 2017

In Georgia, as in all states, you only have a certain period of time (the statute of limitations) to file a lawsuit to protect your claim. For a car collision, you generally have two years from the date of the collision to file a lawsuit. You can certainly negotiate with the other driver’s insurance company…

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Spoliation of Evidence: What Every Claimant Should Know

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / September 2, 2017

When you have a claim against a business or any other type of premises, you always have to be mindful of what evidence may be available to you and when. Sadly, a lot of establishments will either intentionally or accidentally lose what could be crucial evidence in your case. For example, video surveillance and recordings…

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Know How Much Time You Have To File A Claim

By Johnson & Alday, LLC / August 20, 2017

Did you know, if you are injured, you are limited to a certain amount of time to file a lawsuit? Under Georgia law, personal injury claims must generally be brought within two years of the date of the injury. It is important to that you consult with an experienced and trusted personal injury attorney shortly…

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