NMA Traffic Law Blog

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Tag: "comparative-negligence"
September 2018
Aurora, Colorado Motorcycle Fatalities Reinforce Importance of Awareness and Bike Safety

Colorado Personal Injury Attorney Amy Gaiennie is the Managing Member of The Gaiennie Law Office. Previously, she has worked for two of the largest personal injury firms in Colorado where she received many awards for her settlements. She can be found on Avvo and BBB.

August 2018
Spartanburg County, South Carolina Sees Spike in Vehicle Fatalities

South Carolina personal injury attorney Ladson Howell of Howell & Christmas Injury Attorneys dedicates his practice to general plaintiffs’ personal injury litigation. Attorney Howell has served for ten years on the Executive Committee for the Charleston County Bar Association. He can be found on Google+ and YouTube.

July 2018
Death of Pedestrian Raises Questions About Self-Driving Cars

Cade Parian is a personal injury attorney with The Parian Law Firm in Birmingham, GA. The National Trial Lawyers honored Cade as a “Top 40 Under 40” lawyer in 2014. He can be found on Facebook and LinkedIn.

June 2018
Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Off-Road Vehicle Manufacturer

Cade Parian is a products liability and personal injury attorney with The Parian Law Firm in Georgia. He can be found on Facebook and Twitter.

May 2018
“Were you wearing a seat belt during the accident?” A Question Still Off Limits in Louisiana

Price McNamara founded the Law Offices of J. Price McNamara in 1995 and has been serving his clients in personal injury, ERISA long term disability, fire and other insurance claims. He assists his clients from multiple locations in Louisiana and can be found on Facebook and Twitter.

A South Carolina Dangerous Intersection Continues to Drive Neighborhood Complaints

Gary Christmas is a senior partner and founding member of Howell and Christmas, which specializes in workers’ compensation. Howell and Christmas has locations in North Charleston and Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, and can be found on Facebook and LinkedIn.

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