There are many families in Georgia who would love to welcome an adopted child into their home. However, the high cost of adoption creates obstacles that may take families years to overcome. According to one Forbes article, adoption costs can range from a low of $20,000 to a high of $80,000. Many families may consider taking out a loan to adopt, but if this puts the families’ net worth into negative figures it may reflect poorly in your home study.
When a Georgia resident sustains one or more injuries in an accident that another person's negligence caused, the injured party has the right to pursue compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering and other damages. The expectation is that the injured person will use the monetary award to pay off the medical bills and other expenses that are the result of the injury. Unfortunately, personal injury cases can take months or even years to settle. How then are injured parties supposed to manage medical debt in the meantime?
Georgian residents like you have likely heard a lot about the most blatant dangerous driving behaviors and how much they can cost you. This includes driving while under the influence or texting while driving, which has received a recent spike in attention due to the high fatality rate that comes from texting-related crashes. But did you know that some of the everyday habits drivers engage in can be dangerous, too?
Any time you find yourself on the road, there's a very good chance you'll be driving in close proximity to a high volume of commercial trucks. While these vehicles are essential to the success of many industries, they're also very dangerous at times.
Georgian residents may not realize just how wide the gamut of personal injuries ranges. When a person thinks of a personal injury case, they often think of things like car crashes or slip-and-fall incidents. However, many other incidents can result in a person being able to file a personal injury claim.