Even in a car-heavy city like Atlanta, pedestrians are everywhere. And while traffic is down due to the pandemic, plenty of people are still out getting exercise, walking pets, or making their way to work. What can you do to stay safe, both as a driver and as a pedestrian? How to keep pedestrians safe
Much of life has ground to a standstill during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, so long as people are driving to their essential jobs, grocery shopping or, in recent weeks, going out to some of Georgia’s opened businesses, car accidents will still happen. Unfortunately, now is a challenging time to face any health issue—let alone a
Life already feels upended after an accident. It can sometimes seem impossible to imagine eventually getting back to work, family and your social life as you recover from injuries. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic and our state stay at home order, a return to normal may seem even more distant. Your accident-related medical appointments may
Dear clients and friends, It’s no secret that coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly throughout the U.S. The health and safety of our team and clients are our primary concerns, so we’re making a change in the way we conduct business. We will still be working diligently on your case, but instead of visiting with you
Springtime in Atlanta is here, with warmer temperatures, blooming flowers and—let’s face it—a pollen count that’s constantly climbing. But while spring means more chances to enjoy the outdoors, it creates a few new driving challenges as well. Here are our tips to stay safe—whether you’re navigating in-town roads, hitting the highway or headed out of
Here at Litner + Deganian, we always appreciate when the hard work that we do for clients is recognized. While our focus is on supporting and advocating for our clients – not on the kudos and awards – we still think it is a special honor to be named among the best of our lawyer
While Atlantans are often teased for our outsized reaction to snow (or the possibility of snow), it does get genuinely cold in this city. Combine that with plenty of drizzly winter days and you’ll find yourself going stir crazy without some fun options to get out of the house. Here’s a roundup of our favorites.
It’s officially the winter season, which means it’s time to prep your car for a change in the weather and driving conditions. To help you with your winter weather checklist, the personal injury attorneys of Litner + Deganian have some advice on preparing your vehicle and staying safe on Atlanta’s roadways. Vehicle Exterior Before heading
Happy Holidays We’ve had a wonderful year – thanks to you. We added offices, expanded our team, became more engaged in our community, and helped a record number of clients get back to living their lives. 2019 Tale of the Tape Here’s our fourth annual “Tale of the Tape,” a look back at 2019 highlights.
Just a few years ago, catching a ride meant hailing a taxi or (gasp!) even calling one up. Now, of course, most folks use their phones to summon a ride, waiting just minutes for an Uber or Lyft to pick them up curbside. The model, known as ride-sharing, has its benefits—sometimes cheaper pricing, on-demand service
We had a blast at the 2019 Fall Family Fun Fest! Click the pictures below to see the full album (you will be directed to our Facebook album). Special thanks to all of our sponsors!
You may have recently read or heard about the growing number of lawsuits involving Roundup, a popular but potentially deadly outdoor product. Thousands of people have filed suit against the manufacturer, resulting in millions of dollars in penalties. In our latest blog, Litner + Deganian is taking a closer look at Roundup: what is it,