Despite rising gas prices, AAA predicts more than 38 million people will take to the road this Memorial Day Weekend, marking the highest number of travelers in over a decade. If you will be among those traveling 50+ miles from home this weekend, please exercise caution and allow additional time to get to your destination. Taking time will help guard against your causing an accident and can even provide you with additional reaction time to help protect you from being involved in an accident... Read More
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If your child has suffered a birth injury, it is very possible that the injury was due to medical malpractice. Take this quiz to determine if our attorneys can help you seek compensation for your child:
If you believe that your child suffered because of medical malpractice, please contact Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, PC today. We are proud to serve clients in Atlanta and the surrounding areas.
Nearly 40 million vehicles have been added to the existing Takata airbag recall and residents in Atlanta and surrounding areas should take particular notice. The ammonium nitrate deployment propellant in these airbags is prone to degrade in humid climates where temperatures vary. Once degraded, the force at which the airbags deploy can be intensified, allowing shrapnel to be scattered throughout the cab of the vehicle. This same problem was identified in airbags previously included in the... Read More
In the short video below, Matthew – a client of ours – discusses the injury that brought him to our Atlanta law firm and his experience with our attorneys.
If you are in need of a personal injury attorney in Atlanta or surrounding areas of Georgia, please contact Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance online or by calling us a (404) 662-3552 to schedule a free case evaluation today.
May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month – offering a great opportunity to recommit to taking steps that help protect you and your passengers from injury. As a quick review, let’s take a look at some of Georgia’s motorcycle laws that are designed to help prevent your causing an accident and to protect your safety in the case that prevention is not possible.Helmet use is mandatory in Georgia for all riders Goggles or other eye protection is required for drivers unless the bike has a... Read More
Car accidents are one of the leading causes of brain injury in Georgia. If you or a loved one have sustained a brain injury in a car accident, the personal injury attorneys at Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance can help.
To schedule your free consultation at our Atlanta office, please contact us online or by calling (888) 705-3615 today. If your injury makes travel difficult, one of our Georgia car accident attorneys can come to you to discuss your rights, your options, and the best... Read More
In this video, attorney Joseph Watkins explains what you have to prove in order to successfully pursue a medical malpractice claim:
If you're looking for an experienced medical malpractice lawyer in the Atlanta, Georgia area, please call Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, PC today at 404-662-3552 for a free consultation.
Distracted driving is a serious problem in the United States. Every year, thousands of people die in avoidable car accidents caused by distracted drivers.
In recognition of this fact, the National Safety Council has declared April National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. You can read more about the details here. You can also sign up to receive informational materials that you can then share on various social media channels.
And awareness of these issues is... Read More
In this video, attorney Lance Lourie discusses how you can handle the extraordinary tragedy of losing an adult child in a car accident:
If you want to speak to our experienced Atlanta, Georgia car accident attorneys about pursuing a wrongful death case, please call Watkins, Lourie, Roll & Chance, PC today at 404-662-3552 for a free consultation.
Because long-haul trucking crosses state lines, many of the most important regulations governing the operation of massive commercial trucks is national in nature. These regulations are set by Congress or federal regulatory authorities.
But with deaths from truck accidents increasing sharply in recent years, attention on the role of Congress and trucking industry lobbyists has also been rising. And the results aren't pretty.
We urge you to read this fascinating, well-reported... Read More