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What Damages Can I Collect After a Motor Vehicle Accident?

The Kim Law Team | 03.03.21

If you suffered an injury in a motor vehicle accident in Atlanta, you may already realize the uphill battle you face. Recovering from accident injuries can require months and even years of physical and emotional work. There may be setbacks or complications as well, adding additional stress to an already difficult time. During your recovery,

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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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5-Year-Old Battling For Life After Car Accident Involving Kansas City Chiefs Coach

The Kim Law Team | 02.09.21

Shortly before the Super Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid was involved in an accident that left two children in serious condition. One of those children, a five-year-old, is still in critical condition with a brain injury. The coach, son of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, suffered injuries as well in the multi-car

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How Can an Accident Attorney Help Me?

The Kim Law Team | 01.27.21

When you get into an accident, your whole world may come crashing down as well. In the blink of an eye, you could find yourself facing an uncertain future with long-term disabilities. You may find that you are unable to work again in your chosen profession or that you no longer have the ability to

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What to Do When I’ve Been Injured in a Motorcycle Accident in Atlanta

The Kim Law Team | 01.09.21

Motorcycle accidents occur frequently throughout Atlanta every year. From Interstate 285 to Peachtree Street, these accidents result in serious injuries and deaths to Atlanta motorcyclists. According to the Governors Highway Safety Association, 126 motorcyclists were killed in accidents across the state of Georgia in 2017. While this number is on the decline, it is still

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