A dog bite can leave you with serious injuries. If you are a victim of a dog attack, you may be eligible for compensation through Georgia’s premises liability lawsuit. However, to recover your damages, you need to prove that the pet owner was negligent and that the...
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Back-to-school pedestrian safety training for your kids
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Aug 2, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
August is back-to-school month for many kids, and that means parents everywhere will be getting their kids prepared. As you craft your “to-do” list for the upcoming school year, don’t forget to add one more thing: Give the kids their annual reminder about pedestrian...
Do you ever wish you could “turn off” your co-parent?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jul 20, 2022 | Family Law
Divorced couples that share children must continue to communicate with each other. The psychological well-being of their kids depends on parental communication. If you have ever wished for a way to turn off or tune out your ex and never speak with them again, you are...
Planning ahead for the school year after divorce
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jul 18, 2022 | Family Law
If you share custody of your children with your ex-spouse, it’s already time to start prepping yourself (and your children) for the coming school year. As always, cooperation is key when it comes to co-parenting, and it’s essential to keep the best interests of your...
What is the top contributing factor to pedestrian deaths?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jul 6, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Walking is a healthy form of transportation in the sense that it provides you with exercise. You may not have the degree of risk that comes from riding in a vehicle, but walking near traffic is still dangerous. Someone in a motor vehicle could strike you when you go...
Is it time to modify an existing custody arrangement?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jul 5, 2022 | Family Law
When the relationship is over and the couple decides to divorce, one of the most important issues the court will litigate and make a ruling on is child custody. Ideally, the court will encourage the divorcing couple to work out a parenting plan that works for everyone...
Is the insurance on your motorcycle really enough?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jul 5, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents
Anyone operating a motor vehicle on public roads in Georgia needs to carry insurance. Everyone knows that four-wheeled vehicles require insurance coverage, but people don't understand the obligations imposed on motorcycles quite as well. If you or someone in your...
Poor communication can put you on the road to divorce
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jun 26, 2022 | Family Law
Marriage is not all light-hearted fun, as most couples would agree. There are often serious, complex issues that arise with regard to money, kids and the relationship itself that have to be discussed candidly and forthrightly. Both of you need to feel free to air your...
Disaster preparedness for co-parents
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | Jun 10, 2022 | Family Law
With all the changes occurring in your family as you go through a divorce, updating your emergency preparedness plan likely isn’t one of your top concerns. However, it’s important to have a new plan that involves both your and your co-parent – and possibly other...
What does it mean to co-parent?
On Behalf of Coleman, Chambers & Rogers, LLP | May 26, 2022 | Family Law
Parents who aren’t in a relationship any longer have to determine how they’re going to handle the parenting arrangement. One option that they have is to use the co-parenting method of parenting the children. Co-parenting means that you and your ex will work closely...
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