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Blog Posts in 2020

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  • Why You Should Call the Police After an Accident
    Why You Should Call the Police After an Accident

    After a car accident, many drivers feel reluctant to get the police involved. They may have heard people say they should never speak to police without an attorney present. These people may be ...

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  • Georgia’s Comparative Fault Law Explained
    Georgia’s Comparative Fault Law Explained

    When it comes to car accidents, most states are either “at-fault” or “no-fault.” Georgia is an “at fault” state that determines liability through a system called “modified comparative negligence.” ...

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  • Attorney John G Mabrey Selected to Super Lawyers® Top 10 in Georgia List
    Attorney John G Mabrey Selected to Super Lawyers® Top 10 in Georgia List

    We are excited to announce that, once again, our founding attorney John G Mabrey has been selected for inclusion in this year’s Super Lawyers® list . This is John’s 14 th consecutive year being ...

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  • Treatment Options for Cerebral Palsy
    Treatment Options for Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy (CP) is a chronic condition. A healthy child who suffers a brain injury during birth could be changed forever. Children with CP will require a lifetime of special care. However, ...

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  • Birth Injuries and Erb’s Palsy
    Birth Injuries and Erb’s Palsy

    When parents learn their child suffered a birth injury , many fear it could be cerebral palsy. However, there is another kind of palsy resulting from improper and overly forceful delivery techniques. ...

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  • Can Birth Injuries Result in Cerebral Palsy?
    Can Birth Injuries Result in Cerebral Palsy?

    Every year, nearly 10,000 babies born in the US each year exhibit some symptoms of Cerebral Palsy (CP). These are often the result of a birth injury, an injury sustained during delivery that caused ...

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