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Are Traumatic Brain Injuries Always Properly Diagnosed After a Car Accident?

The Kim Law Team | 12.08.21

Car accidents are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injuries. In fact, nearly 20 percent of all brain injuries are caused by motor vehicle crashes. However, sometimes, these injuries are not properly diagnosed. When a medical professional fails to recognize the signs and symptoms of a serious brain injury, the results can be fatal.

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Atlanta Back to School Safety Tips

Edward Kim | 09.02.21

It is that time of year again when many Atlanta parents begin to deal with the hectic nature of back-to-school. This year, there is the added stress of the pandemic with all the myriad of issues. While each year brings new challenges, depending on the age and grade of your children, some things never change.

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Four Steps To Building A Successful, Effective And Fearless Law Firm Today

Edward Kim | 08.31.21

Originally published on – August 10th, 2021 Starting your own law firm at any age is a massive undertaking. Not only will you be a practicing lawyer, but you will also be running a business. And then, there is the realization that your education did not prepare you for the real world. Whether you

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Should I File a Police Report After an Accident in Atlanta?

The Kim Law Team | 03.15.21

If you get into a car accident in Atlanta, you may wonder whether you need to file a police report or not. Can you just handle it without involving the police? What are your legal obligations? Unfortunately, many car accident victims make mistakes immediately after a car accident. They may get pressure from the other

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Is Atlanta a Safe Biking City?

The Kim Law Team | 02.19.21

In 2012, Atlanta officials made a goal to double Atlanta’s bike lanes to help the city become more bike friendly. They wanted the city to become a top-10 cycling city where cyclists could feel safe commuting. In the years since, Atlanta has doubled their bikeway mileage with more than 116 miles of bike lanes stretching

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