One of the most unsettling thoughts you can have on the road is wondering how many drunk drivers are right alongside you, maybe following too close, zigzagging into your lane or barreling toward you, still out of sight. Unfortunately, your worst guess is probably still too low. Every day, about 29 people die in the
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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.
Summer is the perfect time for an adventure on the water, whether you’re motoring the Gulf Coast, sailing in Georgia’s lakes or kayaking in the Great Smoky Mountains. But any boating trip also comes with risks, and it’s worth the extra time and effort to avoid potential tragedies. We’ve put together some boating safety tips
Georgia now has a hands-free driving law, but every day we still see people with a phone in hand. Here’s a recap of some of the guidelines.
Distracted driving continues to be a major problem on our roads. Despite Georgia’s year-old distracted driving law, you’re still likely to see people at stoplights glancing down toward their screens, taking calls or even texting out in the open. At Litner + Deganian, we’re personally interested in supporting ways to eliminate this deadly problem, which
At Litner + Deganian, we relish opportunities to get involved in our community and support a great cause. This spring, we’ll be continuing our sponsorship and participation with Emory’s Relay for Life, to be held Saturday, April 6, at McDonough Field in Atlanta. We look forward to making a difference with our team members as
Originally from Panama and raised in New York, Kisha Dunnah moved to Georgia with her parents while she was in high school. Georgia presented the opportunity to be closer to family—and the warmer weather was also a plus compared to New York. Kisha joined Litner + Deganian in 2016 as a case manager and recently
After a chilly, rainy winter, there’s nothing like those first few weeks of spring in Atlanta. It never lasts long—the 90-degree days come soon enough—but for a brief time, everything is in bloom and it feels just about impossible to stay indoors. Fortunately, Atlanta’s festival scene makes it easy to spend a weekend outside, listening
At Litner + Deganian, we dress in whatever feels best, which helps us do our best work. From suits and ties, to jeans and flip-flops, or shorts and bare feet. We feel good. Our clients like working with us. And we win.
Born and raised in California, Adam grew up in a small town where the cows outnumbered the people four to one! He earned his degree in 2005 from the College of the Sequoias and was faced with the decision of where to live and what to do with his life. With the sky-high cost of
Here at Litner + Deganian, we’re always honored to receive acknowledgment for our work on behalf of our clients. While we put in the hard work for them—not for the kudos—it’s still special to be recognized among the best of our colleagues in Georgia. That’s why we are pleased to share that both Steve and
Atlanta has gone to the dogs! Litner+Deganian is excited to once again sponsor and be a part of the Rescue Dog Games! Zoey, the office dog, makes sure we stay active in this free community event celebrating rescue dogs and their humans. Mark your calendars for Sunday, March 10 and hang with us and Zoey.
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.