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    • This Is How Liability Works in Rear-End Collisions

      You may think that the rear driver will always be 100% automatically at-fault for a rear-end collision . Think again. While that might be the case for some rear-end collisions, it is not always the ...

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    • These Are the Most Dangerous Roads in Georgia

      Driving on any Georgia road can be dangerous if you’re not careful. Accidents happen every day all over the state for all sorts of reasons. However, if you know which roads tend to be the deadliest, ...

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    • This Is How a Car Accident Can Affect Your Auto Insurance Rates

      Auto insurance can be very costly as it is, even if you don’t have any car accidents on your record. That’s why certain companies like to boast about their accident-forgiveness or safe-driving ...

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    • Child Accident Statistics

      Children get hurt all the time for all sorts of reasons. It’s natural—they’re learning everything for the first time, so they’re bound to make mistakes and get hurt. However, some child injuries ...

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    • What Causes Child Injuries?

      There are many reasons why children get hurt. As a parent, it’s natural to want to do all you can to protect your child from harm. Read on to learn why children get hurt. The Data According to the ...

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    • The Most Common Child Injuries

      Although you may not be able to prevent every injury your child experiences, it’s a good idea to have knowledge of what the most common childhood injuries are. That way, you can help your child avoid ...

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    • This Is What You Should Know About Taking an Uber During COVID-19

      The COVID-19 pandemic has brought seemingly endless unforeseen challenges. From the way we buy groceries to how our children are taught in school, nothing about life during COVID-19 feels normal . ...

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    • How Do I File a Claim Against the United States Government?

      If you’ve been injured, your property has been damaged, or someone died as a result of a federal employee’s negligence or wrongdoing, you’ll want to know how you can recover compensation for your ...

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    • What is the Federal Tort Claims Act and Why is it Important?

      The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) in tandem with The Federally Supported Health Centers Assistance Act of 1992 and 1995 provides that HRSA-supported health center workers are considered federal ...

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    • What is Sovereign Immunity?

      If you’ve ever tried to go after the government for wrongdoing, you know what a challenge it can be. The main reason it is such a challenge is due to sovereign immunity. Read on to learn more. Details ...

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    • Abrego Selected a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by The National Trial Lawyers Association

      Attorney Christopher Abrego has been selected for inclusion in the prestiguous Top 100 Trial Lawyers organization by The National Trial Lawyers Association. Membership to this invitation-only ...

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    • National Trial Lawyers Association Selects Abrego for 2013 Top 40 Under 40

      Congratulations to Christopher Abrego for being named to his second Top 40 Under 40 List in less than a year. Chris was recently selected for the 2013 Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers ...

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    • Abrego Named to 2014 List of Rising Star Super Lawyers by Atlanta Magazine for Third Straight Year

      Congratulations to Christopher Abrego, for again being selected a "Rising Star" Super Lawyer in 2014 by Atlanta Magazine based on a statewide survey of practicing attorneys. This honor is limited to ...

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    • How to Prevent Child Injuries

      Children are at a much higher risk of injuries than adults are. They haven’t been on the planet very long, so they’re still learning what’s okay and what’s not okay to do. While completely avoiding ...

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    • Social Media and Your Personal Injury Claim: Do’s and Don’ts

      Social media is a fantastic tool for sharing information, but you have to be aware of what you post, especially after an accident or personal injury. Don’t: Share Information About Your Case To begin ...

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    • Abrego Law Firm Secures Settlement for Injured DUI Victim

      The Abrego Law Firm, LLC recently obtained a pre-suit settlement for a client injured by a drunk driver in a DUI automobile collision . We forced the DUI driver's insurance company to pay nearly 43 ...

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    • Chris Abrego to Chair Continuing Legal Education Seminar

      Christopher Abrego will serve as chair of the "Trial and Error" Continuing Legal Education Seminar on March 14, 2014 at the Georgia Public Broadcasting Studios in Atlanta, Georgia. This will be the ...

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    • Can Violent Crimes Be Expunged in Georgia?

      Being convicted of a violent crime is a serious offense with significant long-term consequences. Even after time has been served, there are serious long-term consequences for violent crime ...

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    • Why Did Violent Crime Rates Increase in the 1980s?

      According to a study published in The National Academics Press of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine , incarceration rates from 1945-1974 were relatively stable. The rates varied from 93-119 inmates ...

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    • Violent Crimes: An Overview

      According to the United States Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), “Violent crime includes murder, rape and sexual assault, robbery, and assault.” The title—violent crimes—is a bit of an umbrella term ...

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    • 4 Things You Should Know About Wrongful Death

      The term “wrongful death” can be confusing. You may think that any unexpected death can be considered wrongful, but that’s not actually the case. Here are four things you should know about wrongful ...

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    • Examples of Wrongful Death

      As you may already know, someone’s death is only considered wrongful in the eyes of the law if another person or entity’s negligence led to the fatality. There are several ways this can occur, such ...

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