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Misdiagnosis or missed diagnosis

Getting a misdiagnosis or having a missed diagnosis is a common occurrence. Read below to learn more about what you should do in the event that you have been harmed in this manner by a Georgia health care practitioner. What is the difference between a missed diagnosis...

Are you living with a defective knee replacement?

Have you recently underwent surgery for a knee replacement in Georgia? If so, you should be enjoying a speedy recovery. However, not everyone is so lucky. If you're experiencing long-term discomfort after this surgery, it could be due to a defective knee replacement...

Understanding the specifics of a bellwether trial

Georgia and other state courts undergo certain cases that are referred to as bellwether trials. While these are legally binding trials, they are considered a test run for parties who want to see how they will fare. Bellwether trials are commonly held in cases where a...

How to handle a vehicle defect

In 1966, the federal government enacted the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act. Since then, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that there have been recalls on more than 390 million motor vehicles due to safety-related defects in...