Personal Injury Blog
How to Obtain a Car Accident Report in Georgia
Hawk Law Group | January 4, 2022 | Car Accidents
Knowing what to do after a car accident is vital. According to the Georgia Department of Transportation, Evans County, GA, had 160 crashes in 2020 alone. When you’re involved in a car accident in Georgia, it’s important to file and keep a copy of the accident report. You’ll need this paperwork to file an insurance… read more
Can You Sue for a Car Accident If You Are Not Hurt in Waynesboro, GA?
Hawk Law Group | January 3, 2022 | Car Accidents
Although it might seem surprising, you can sue for a car accident even if you did not receive injuries. You might file a lawsuit to cover property losses in a few circumstances. You can also sue for mental or emotional injuries, even if you did not suffer any physical injuries. Here is the information you… read more
Do You Have to Wear a Motorcycle Helmet in Thomson, GA?
Hawk Law Group | December 23, 2021 | Motorcycle Accidents
Riding a motorcycle in a beautiful area like Thomson, Georgia, can be an enjoyable way to get from Point A to Point B. However, it’s critical to remember that riding a motorcycle can also be dangerous. Statistics indicate that motorcyclists’ odds of dying in an accident are 29 times greater than passengers in motor vehicles…. read more
What Exactly Can a Process Server Do to Serve Papers in Augusta, GA?
Hawk Law Group | December 22, 2021 | Personal Injury
The use of a process server is a professional way to meet the requirement of serving legal documents via a third party. To meet legal requirements and avoid breaking the law, process servers must know and follow the legal guidelines set forth in their state. What Does a Process Server Do? Some types of legal… read more
What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean?
Hawk Law Group | December 20, 2021 | Car Accidents
The “right of way” concept is one that every driver should understand. Traffic laws don’t necessarily grant a right of way; they outline when yielding the right of way is required. Yielding the right of way essentially refers to allowing another vehicle, pedestrian, or bicyclist to enter an intersection before you. The idea behind yielding… read more
What Are the Odds of Dying in a Car Crash in Georgia?
Hawk Law Group | December 7, 2021 | Car Accidents
Overall, the odds that your death will result from a car crash is one in 107 or 0.93%. To put this number into perspective, think of your closest 107 friends and family members. Odds are that at least one of them will die in a car accident in Evans, GA. But these odds can increase… read more
Are Hidden Nanny Cams Actually Legal in Georgia?
Hawk Law Group | November 9, 2021 | Georgia Law
Nanny cams are legal in Georgia for monitoring criminal activity. The video from a nanny cam could become valuable evidence in a criminal or personal injury case against a nanny for negligence or assault. However, Georgia, like most states, has laws against voyeurism and eavesdropping. Using a nanny cam to invade your nanny’s privacy could… read more
What Happens If I Don’t Show Up for Jury Duty in Georgia?
Hawk Law Group | November 8, 2021 | Georgia Law
The U.S. and Georgia constitutions protect the right to a trial by jury in both criminal and civil matters. In a jury trial, an impartial panel of ordinary people weighs the evidence and determines the facts of the case. But jury trials rely on ordinary people appearing for jury duty. Without an adequate pool of… read more
How Long After a Car Accident Can You Claim Compensation for Your Injuries in Augusta, GA?
Hawk Law Group | October 28, 2021 | Car Accidents
Unfortunately, car accidents happen every day in Augusta, GA. Whether your accident stems from a driver running a red light, a failure to check a blind spot before merging, a distracted driver, or another cause, car accidents can lead to a wide range of injuries. In fact, according to the Augusta, GA, traffic engineering division,… read more
10 Important Bicycle Laws in South Carolina
Hawk Law Group | October 27, 2021 | Bicycle Accidents
Ride to the Right Bicyclists are required to ride in designated bike lanes, except when it would put them or others in immediate danger. When riding on roads without bike lanes, you must stay as far to the right as you reasonably and safely can. Local Ordinances Govern Sidewalk Riding Bicyclists in South Carolina are… read more