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Texting While Driving Ban Not Enough to Deter Car Accidents Stemming from Texting While Driving

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | April 23, 2014

Despite the fairly recent spate of Georgia laws banning texting while driving, as well as an accompanying push by mainstream media to educate consumers nationwide, motorists continue to regularly engage in the practice– either because they fail to recognize the very real risk presented by what has repeatedly been called one of the most precarious […]

Snow Jam 2014 Culminates in Hundreds of Car Accidents, Few Injuries for the City of Atlanta

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | January 31, 2014

The names that people invented for this winter’s catastrophe were just about as interesting as the snow storm itself, if not more so. From now on, the 2.6 inches of snow that effectively debilitated the entire city of Atlanta, Georgia for almost three full days and caused hundreds of auto accidents will be known alternatively […]

Wrongful Death Actions Filed in Georgia after Fatal Plane Crash

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | September 24, 2013

A deadly Georgia airplane crash that occurred earlier this year may have lent itself to multiple lawsuits, according to the Augusta Chronicle. Investigation into the crash continues as the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) attempts to determine what cause the February 20 incident. An independent federal agency, the NTSB is charged with determining the probable […]

Could it have been Avoided?: Six Indiana State Fair Attendees Die as a Result of Inadequate Inspection of Fair Stage

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | September 1, 2011

When we attend an entertainment event, normally we are thinking of how much fun the venue is likely to be. Whether or not the venue will be safe is normally the last thing on our minds. However, the tragic stage collapse that occurred at the Indiana State Fair on August 13, 2011 may change the […]

Wrongful Death Suit Prompted by Boy’s One-Story Fall in Mall

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | June 18, 2011

As a personal injury attorney here in Atlanta, Georgia, I’m of the opinion that there’s a lesson to be learned from every case. The motto of the story I share today is fairly clear: Stick to the plans. It was all there. The 2009 construction permits and blueprints for the elevator in the Massachusetts Mall […]

Disturbing Trend towards Inflatable Mishaps Should Lead to More Regulations

By Robert N. Katz, Esq. | June 10, 2011

Jump houses come in all forms and cater to children’s imaginations: slides, castles, ships, even obstacle courses. They offer parents much needed respite during outdoor playtime and are a popular item at parties. However, as a personal injury attorney in Atlanta, I know that, on breezy afternoons, they can also come with many perils. An […]