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Dangers of Sharing the Road with Large Trucks

January 22, 2020

Sharing the road with large trucks is simply something everyone must face. These oversized vehicles are common sites on the road, especially if you are traveling on the highway. It is important to understand the particular dangers posed by large trucks. Knowing and understanding how these vehicles move and operate will help you be mindful of how to stay safe when you find yourself sharing the road with them. Be Careful – Follow These Safety Tips for Sharing the Road with Large Trucks It is best to start... Read More

5 Auto Safety Features to Look for in a Vehicle

December 12, 2019

Cars are inherently dangerous, but luckily, as technology has advanced so too have the safety features https://randyrogerslaw.com/practice-areas/car-accidents/in the auto industry. No longer does auto safety mean airbags and seatbelts. Instead, technology has given us many new and advanced features.  A survey conducted by America’s Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found that improved auto safety features have been shown to significantly reduce the likelihood of injuries and fatalities on the road. For instance, there were 7,700 fewer driver fatalities in 2012 than there would’ve been if vehicle safety... Read More

Vaping Deaths Lead to Product Liability Lawsuits

November 14, 2019

Who is legally liable for marijuana vaping injuries and deaths? Vaping was originally touted as a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes. Since their introduction into the market, e-cigarettes and vape pens have become wildly popular. As of 2018, an estimated 41 million Americans are vapers, according to the World Health Organization. Despite their popularity, recent evidence has emerged that should have all of us questioning the true safety of vaping. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported at least 18 deaths and 1,000 lung ailments... Read More


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Personalized Representation By Our Personal Injury Lawyers

We provide aggressive and loyal representation for people who have been injured because of the negligence and wrongdoing of others. If you have been injured and need help, you can rely on Randall F. Rogers. To help people through difficult times, we offer highly personalized representation that is focused on the client’s needs.  Our attorneys work closely with personal injury clients throughout the duration of their personal injury cases and actively seek full compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages.  We work diligently to educate clients about the law, return calls promptly and keep clients informed about the status of their personal injury case.  Our attorneys negotiate for the relief clients need and are always prepared to take a case to trial if necessary to protect a client’s rights and interests.  Our attorneys have extensive personal injury trial experience.

Client Pays Nothing Unless We Recover

Randall F. Rogers uses our experience and resources to help mend the harms caused by the negligence of others.  The firm represents clients on a contingent fee basis, which means the client pays no attorney’s fees unless there is a recovery. There is hardly risk involved in filing a personal injury lawsuit.

If we are unable to take your case, or if it is in an area of law that we do not handle, we will gladly refer you to a lawyer that practices in that area. Common personal injury practice areas that we focus on include but are not limited to the following:

Contact Our Personal Injury Attorneys in Marietta & Atlanta

Our personal injury lawyers are available for a free consultation. To contact our firm, you can call us 770.590.0300 or visit our contact us page. Together we can get you the compensation you deserve for any injuries sustained due to someone else’s negligence.