10 Day Rule is Replaced for Ga DUI

DUI ATTORNEYS KNOW THE NEW DUI LAWS IN GEORGIA DUI Attorneys know the new DUI laws in Georgia, and Georgia DUI law was recently amended, and the revisions and additions are very important; the “10 day rule” is replaced; and drivers benefit from new rules for the ignition interlock device. If you were arrested for… Continue Reading

Arrested for DUI & No miranda warnings?

If you have been arrested for DUI in Columbus, Georgia, and you were not read your Miranda warning, chances are nobody screwed up. But, only a qualified DUI criminal attorney can make that determination. There is a difference between being “detained” by law enforcement versus being arrested, or in custody of law enforcement. The difference,… Continue Reading

What is DUI Less Safe in Columbus Georgia?

Alot of my Columbus, Georgia friends are suddenly asking, “what is this new ‘less safe’ crap I am seeing in local DUI arrests?” Why are we seeing so many “less safe” DUI arrests?” The answer, first, is it is nothing new. For years Georgia law has always given the arresting officer the option of making… Continue Reading

When is a DUI or drugs traffic stop take too long?

Columbus Georgia drivers stopped for DUI and or drugs cannot be held for an unreasonably long time. When the Officer initiates a traffic stop, the question under the 4th Amendment is whether the stop was reasonable under the circumstances, not based upon the officer’s subjective motives, beliefs, or intentions. The real question turns upon the objective assessment… Continue Reading

Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Coverage-ALA

Alabama law requires that any automobile liability insurance policy issued to an Alabama resident must include uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.[1] In essence, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage (frequently referred to as “UIM” coverage) provides benefits to the insured when injured by another driver who either (a) does not carry any liability insurance; or (b) does not carry… Continue Reading

The Basics of a FELA Claim – What You Need To Know

Under the Federal Employer’s Liability Act (FELA), railroad workers and their families have a right of action to sue in a court of law to recover money damages against their employer, the railroad, for injuries sustained on the job. Railroad employees and their families have the right to recover money damages for wage loss, medical… Continue Reading

Accident Victims Face Money Grab for Legal Winnings

An injury victim sometimes waits years for a legal recovery, whether by settlement or jury trial. When it finally comes, the victim and his/her family find a bit of solitude and peace of mind that victory is theirs. Or do they? Instead, many victims find themselves faced with another legal battle. This time, the victim… Continue Reading

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