Many accidents involve a combination of factors, and it may not be easy to determine exactly who was at fault. If you've been injured in an Atlanta car wreck, DUI, or motorcycle crash, you may need help in proving that you were not at fault so you can receive benefits to help pay those mounting doctor bills.
Whether you're looking for a lawyer to represent you or just need more information, Atlanta car accident lawyer | Savannah car crash lawyer Ty Wilson has the answers you need. Call his office today at 888-689-5224 and take back control of your life.
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In Georgia, a DUI - driving under the influence - conviction can add stress to your life. It can affect your driving privileges, your wallet and your freedom. Typically, a first driving under the influence charge can involve jail time, long probationary period where you are not to be drinking alcohol, your ability to travel, possibly your immigration status and your wallet. DUIs are serious business in Georgia.
If you have already been convicted on a previous DUI, you could face increased jail time, fines and community service. If you have already had a DUI conviction, you could be forced to use an ignition interlock system in your vehicle and have your mug shot photo in the local paper.
Did They Take Your License?
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence, there are deadlines that are so fast if you do not react quickly you will lose your license. If the arresting officer takes your driver's license, the officer can complete a DDS 1205 form. The arresting officer is supposed to send a copy of this form to the Georgia Department of Driver Services. This notifies the Department of Driver Services that you were arrested for driving under the influence and is the arresting officer's attempt to suspend your license prior to your court date.
Can This Be Avoided?
Yes, if you file a request for a hearing within ten (10) business days of your arrest. Recently, the State of Georgia has placed a requirement that a $150.00 filing fee must accompany the request for hearing with the Department of Driver Services. Call our office within 10 days of your arrest so we can help you file for your appeal.
Can a DUI Arrest be Overturned?
Each case is very fact specific, from the time the officer initiates the stop to the way you are presenting yourself. The video, if there is one, will help determine what field sobriety tests were administered and how they were administered, if a preliminary breath test was given, and of course the breath test at the station. All of these areas are very technical in nature and it is very important that the tests you took are reviewed by an attorney with experience Field Sobriety Testing.
Will My DUI Be Dropped or Lowered to Another Charge?
Without an attorney, the chances the State of Georgia will reduce the driving under the influence charge or drop the charge on their own is not very likely. Once the charges have been made, it will take a persuasive legal argument to motivate the State of Georgia to change their position. This is why it is so critical to obtain an attorney who will defend you and protect your interest.
We have put together a Free Special Report for anyone who has been arrested for DUI. Call our office today, and we will immediately provide you the information you need to attempt to save your license.
Be informed. Be aware. Be prepared.
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If you have been injured in an Atlanta motorcycle wreck or a Savannah motorcycle wreck, you should get all the information you can prior to discussing your case with any insurance company or any attorney.
We have authored a book on car accidents and have written several special reports to help you, the consumer, know what kind of world (the insurance world) you have been thrown into.
Our goal is to provide you information to help you make the best decisions possible when you're dealing with the insurance company.
If you or a family member has been the victim of an Atlanta work accident or a Savannah work accident or ongoing work-related health issues, you may be eligible for Georgia workers’ compensation benefits. If you're not sure where to start, call an experienced Atlanta work injury lawyer who knows how to hack through the jungle of red tape.
Slip-and-fall injuries come at the worst time. Typically you are walking faster than you should and suddenly the world goes out from under you. The results of an Atlanta slip-and-fall accident can be quite severe. Ranging from a sore back to broken bones to serious closed head injuries that require extensive medical care and cost.
Have you gotten deathly ill because of something you have consumed or eaten?
There are many forms of food borne illness that can reach, you, the consumer. It starts with the production of the food, and then moves to the processing and ultimately the preparation. Any of these areas can be mishandled and can cause you to become deathly ill and hospitalized. If you have been hospitalized and told you have been poisoned, you need to ask what caused your illness!
Fresenius Medical Care North America, one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of dialysis machines and supplies, was recently part of a Food and Drug Administration Class I Recall of its Naturalyte and Granuflo Dry Acid Concentrate. The FDA has issued a warning to doctors to be aware of the concentration of acetate or sodium diacetate in the products to avoid a high serum bicarbonate level and subsequent serious adverse health consequences, including death, in patients receiving dialysis.
Dialysis is used to treat kidney failure by removing toxins and waste from the blood that the kidneys cannot remove themselves. The process involves the use of bicarbonate, an alkaline substance, which neutralizes the acid that builds up in the blood. Naturalyte and Granuflo concentrates contain ingredients such as acetic acid, acetate and citrate that the body converts to bicarbonate in concentrations that can elevate the levels of bicarbonate in a dialysis patient to levels that are unsafe.
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