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HOW TO PROVE PROPERTY DAMAGE IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIM

Published November 16th, 2011 in Blog

Sykes v. Sin, 493 SE 2d 571 – Ga: Court of Appeals 1997 Sykes v. Sin gives us guidance on how a property owner should prove damages to his automobile in a lawsuit.  In Sykes v. Sin, the plaintiffs were suing the defendants over an automobile accident.  In order to recover for damages to his […]


BUS ACCIDENTS IN ATLANTA | Kim Law

Published November 7th, 2011 in Blog

Public transportation can be a huge benefit to your community.  It helps minimize traffic and pollution and, hopefully, allows you to get around town on the cheap.  The public transportation system most well-known in Atlanta is undoubtedly MARTA, which started in 1971 as a network of bus routes servicing limited areas.  Over the last four […]


COMMON CAUSES OF AIRPLANE ACCIDENTS

Published October 31st, 2011 in Blog

Although airplane crashes are not exactly common, the fact of the matter is they do occur, and they do affect many people’s lives.  As such, it is important to understand the dangers and be aware of your options should you or a loved one experience an airplane accident. According to Airliner Accident Statistics by the […]


THE TRUTH ABOUT TRAIN ACCIDENTS

Published October 24th, 2011 in Blog

The advent of trains and railways was a landmark achievement in technology in the 19th century, and it was wildly popular until the early 1900s.  Fast-forward to the year 2011 however, and the general public sentiment is that trains are old technology.  It is true that over the years, the use of trains as a […]


WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A LAWYER AFTER AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT PART II

Published October 17th, 2011 in Blog

So you think it’s too much trouble to hire a lawyer to handle your automobile accident case?  Think again.  It is a common misconception that once lawyers are involved, the situation becomes more complicated and more expensive.  In fact, the opposite is true at Kim Law. There are two parts to your auto accident claim […]


WHY YOU SHOULD HIRE A LAWYER AFTER AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT PART I

Published October 11th, 2011 in Blog

So you think it’s too much trouble to hire a lawyer to handle your automobile accident case?  Think again.  It is a common misconception that once lawyers are involved, the situation becomes more complicated and more expensive.  In fact, the opposite is true at Kim Law. At our personal injury law firm, we make it […]


THE DANGERS OF TRACTOR TRAILER TRUCK ACCIDENTS

Published September 30th, 2011 in Blog

Tractor trailer trucks can be, literally, a BIG problem. The semi truck’s immense size alone poses a threat to other vehicles on the road. While being rear-ended by a small sports car may cause superficial damage, being rear-ended by a tractor trailer truck could mean serious injury or death. The legal weight limit for an […]


TOP FIVE CAUSES OF MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS

Published September 26th, 2011 in Blog

Motorcycle drivers are not exempt from the dangers that passenger vehicle drivers face.  In fact, some might say that motorcyclists face greater dangers on the road and are more prone to accidents. The following are five of the top causes of motorcycle accidents. These common mishaps are a few of the common dangers that motorcyclists […]


WHAT IS PAIN AND SUFFERING?

Published September 21st, 2011 in Blog

While most people are probably aware of what the terms pain and suffering mean in the general sense, it is a lesser-known fact that they are also applicable as a legal term. Pain and suffering can have a variety of causes and the effects can manifest themselves physically, mentally, or both. The following information should […]


LEADING CAUSES OF AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS

Published July 25th, 2011 in Blog

Bad habits: we all have them. While a bad habit in your day-to-day life may merely be an annoyance, bad habits behind the wheel can be deadly. Recognizing these habits and stopping them before they become dangerous is key. Almost all of the top causes of car accidents are directly related to inappropriate behavior on […]