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Amazon in Hot Water after Overscheduled Drivers Cause Car Accidents

The Kim Law Team | 01.01.22

Amazon claims it closely monitors its drivers by installing always-on cameras in all delivery trucks and asking drivers to consent to yawn-detecting artificial intelligence surveillance. Those surveillance systems have placed the retail giant in serious hot water. A new lawsuit claims that Amazon is at fault for a recent life-altering accident in Atlanta. This accident

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Hidden Injuries Following a Car Accident in Atlanta

The Kim Law Team | 12.16.21

When you are involved in a car accident in Atlanta, things often occur in just the blink of an eye. Most notably, the stress of the accident can cause your body to flood with adrenaline. This adrenaline can take hours to fully leave your body. In the interim, you may not realize you suffered an

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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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Who Pays Following an Uninsured Motorist Coverage Accident in Atlanta?

The Kim Law Team | 11.10.21

According to, about 12 percent of drivers in the state of Georgia are uninsured (New Mexico has the highest percentage of uninsured drivers (29%). Since you are not legally required to purchase uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage in the state, if you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver, you could find yourself in

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Holiday Driving in Atlanta—Stay Safe!

The Kim Law Team | 11.01.21

The holidays are fast approaching. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many families stayed home last year, opting for a quiet holiday season instead. This year, many American families are already making plans to spend the holidays with their loved ones. While Covid-19 is still very much in the picture, there are likely to be more

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