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At Litner + Deganian, our Atlanta personal injury attorneys are committed to helping you and your family receive the compensation you deserve during this stressful time. Whether your situation involves a car accident, truck accident, or workers compensation, the Atlanta personal injury attorneys at Litner + Deganian are continually providing resources for you on our blog below. We’ve helped many clients just like you around Atlanta—in Druid Hills, Virginia Highland, Morningside, Lenox Park, Ansley Park, Emory University, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Dunwoody, Stone Mountain, and more. Read on to learn how to get the help you deserve. Better yet, get started with a free consultation—we’re available 24/7 at 678.956.8500.

Tips for staying safe from Halloween accidents in Atlanta

Tips for staying safe from Halloween accidents in Atlanta

Spooky season is here, which means it’s time for scary movie nights, pumpkin patch photo shoots and over-the-top lawn décor. Best of all though? Halloween night, when neighborhoods transform, kids take over the sidewalks and streets, and usually quite cul-de-sacs become vibrant sites for celebration. But while Halloween brings out the creativity and community spirit,

Protecting Yourself Against Drunk Drivers

Protecting Yourself Against Drunk Drivers

Understanding the risk of drunk drivers   Drunk driving cases are among the most tragic, upsetting personal injury cases for one major reason: They’re entirely preventable. While everyone understands that driving has inherent risks, encountering an impaired driver shouldn’t be a risk we face.   In Georgia, it’s illegal to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC)

Juneteenth: A Message from L + D

Juneteenth: A Message from L + D

  Thoughts from Partner Arman Deganian as we observe Juneteenth:   Juneteenth is an established holiday to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. It’s a holiday that is incredibly important in the lives of Americans, but only recently, has much of America became aware of the holiday’s history.   The decision

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