Blog posts in Subrogation

Proving Driver Distraction in Car Accident Cases

We have all seen it here on Atlanta roadways. You are driving down the road and there is a driver next to you that is ...

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U.S. Supreme Court Decision Affects Personal Injury Victims

THE FACTS You've suffered a personal injury due to someone else's carelessness. You have extensive injuries that require surgery and leave you with permanent pain. ...

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New Law Will Affect Car Accident Claims in Georgia

A new law set to go into effect on July 1, 2013, has a direct impact on personal injury claims here in Georgia. The Georgia ...

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New Court of Appeals Decision Regarding Workers’ Comp

In our previous posts, we have discussed the interplay of Georgia Personal Injury Law and Georgia's Workers' Compensation Law. There are many times where a ...

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Henningsen Injury Attorneys, P.C. Helps Wounded Military Heroes

Henningsen Injury Attorneys, P.C., has made a donation of $5,000.00 to help wounded military heroes. The donation to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund through its ...

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Get to Know the Henningsen Injury Attorneys

If you are an Atlanta resident who was injured in a tragic or catastrophic accident, then you need a professional legal assistant to come alongside ...

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Punitive Damages in Personal Injury Claims

Under Georgia Law, punitive damages may be availabe in certain types of personal injury cases. The conduct giving rise to punitive damages must be proven ...

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Can I Handle My Personal Injury Claim Myself?

You may be asking yourself, "Why would I ask a personal injury attorney if I can handle a claim on my own?" "Isn't the injury ...

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The Myth of the “Personal Injury Settlement Calculator”

When it comes to personal injury law, one of the most commonly searched phrases is, "personal injury settlement calculator." Capitalizing on the public's notion that ...

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Government Study Shows that Texting While Driving is on the Rise

Federal officials with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported on December 8, 2011, that texting while driving increased 50% despite that fact that many ...

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