ATLANTA (Jan. 8, 2019) – Litner + Deganian, P.C., a personal injury law firm that represents those injured in car accidents, truck crashes, or other incidents caused by the mistakes or negligence of others, recently announced its second annual $2,500 scholarship to help the next generation of college students realize their educational and professional goals.
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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.
With a background in both insurance and personal injury, Jarett Conley brings decades of experience to his role as Case Manager at Litner + Deganian. “Having worked both ‘sides’ of personal injury, there’s no question which I prefer more,” he said. “I like the opportunity to help the client.” As a former coworker of Norm’s,
Happy Holidays Here at Litner + Deganian, we’ve had a wonderful year: We added an office, expanded our team, and became more engaged with our community than ever. Most importantly, we helped a record number of clients move past their accidents or injuries and get back to living their lives. 2018 Tale of the Tape
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Arman Deganian is a partner and Atlanta truck accident attorney at Litner + Deganian, where he combines insurance company experience and a laid-back style to best represent his personal injury clients. When he’s not riding his motorcycle to work or through Midtown, he enjoys playing baseball, running, and backpacking far-off locales. In this piece, Arman
If you’ve ever driven behind a truck that didn’t look quite right—maybe it was weaving a bit at turns, maybe the tires looked shot—it’s possible it was overloaded or the cargo inside wasn’t secured properly. Because while every state regulates loads of large trucks, and there’s a federal base maximum of 80,000 pounds, it’s possible
Arman Deganian is a partner and Atlanta whiplash attorney at Litner + Deganian, where he combines insurance company experience and a laid-back style to best represent his personal injury clients. When he’s not riding his motorcycle to work or through Midtown, he enjoys playing baseball, running, and backpacking far-off locales. Whiplash after a car crash
You probably remember hearing a lot about Takata airbags in the news not too long ago. The faulty airbag inflators would ignite, causing the metal housing to explode and shoot shrapnel into the vehicle’s cab. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there have been at least 23 deaths and 300 injuries worldwide. Earlier
Arman Deganian is a partner at Litner + Deganian, where he combines insurance company experience and a laid-back style to best represent his personal injury clients. When he’s not riding his motorcycle to work or through Midtown, he enjoys playing baseball, running, and backpacking far-off locales. At Litner + Deganian, we specialize entirely in personal
In a highway-bound city such as Atlanta, hardly a day goes by without news of a multi-car pileup on one of our interstates. Any car wreck is scary, but a multi-car crash has the potential to cause twice the damage—along with more serious injuries. We’ve pulled together seven things you need to know about multi-car
Stop by our Druid Hills office to pick up yours today, and drive safely! By now, you’ve almost certainly heard about Georgia’s new distracted driving law —and hopefully not from a police officer. The new law, called the Hands Free Georgia Act, requires drivers to be hands-free when using cell phones or other electronic devices
Biking is a great way to get around, but in a city like Atlanta, it’s also full of risks. Our traffic is notorious. Our roads are often narrow, beyond capacity, and full of potholes. And our drivers … well, they may not always be the most courteous. But there’s also a changing tone in how