Sustaining a work injury can be devastating, both physically and financially. If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, it’s important to understand your rights and the legalities surrounding work injury claims in Georgia. With specific statutes, liability factors, and potential damages to consider, navigating the legal process can be complicated. We’ve provided this overview …
Frequently Asked Questions about Georgia Laws
You can't be expected to know every Georgia law all the time. What you can do, though, is read up on important laws that affect you in your daily life. When you understand the law in Georgia, you're at less risk of being arrested or fined and you're less likely to injure someone else.
Find the answers to your questions in this FAQ from John Foy & Associates.
Laws in Georgia are changing all the time. Between developments such as hands-free phone laws and regulations for vehicles and drivers, you need to know how to be safe and compliant. You also need to know what your legal rights are after an accident or injury.
Our FAQ addresses what you need to know to prevent an accident and what to do after one. Dedicated personal injury attorneys from John Foy & Associates will make sure you get the best help possible. We can see if you're eligible for compensation and do our best to get you what you deserve.
John Foy & Associates has been working for Georgians for over 20 years. Read through the FAQ, and when you're ready to talk with a lawyer, contact us for a free consultation.
Yes, electric scooters are street-legal in Georgia. However, there are specific stipulations and regulations regarding operating a street scooter. The two most important things to know when planning on using an electric scooter are: you must pay to use it and you do not need a license of any sort to operate one. John Foy …