For Justice's Sake

For Justice's Sake

Trial and injury case stories, legal definitions, and tips on how to prevent a lawsuit, featuring Attorney SK Rod Dixon and the attorneys of The Dixon Firm, P.C., a personal injury law firm in Atlanta, GA. Hosted and produced by Renee Cooper. Inquiries: renee@dixonfirm.com

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March 31, 2022 9 min

Biking is a great way to exercise and explore Metro Atlanta. But anyone who’s shared the road with other vehicles knows that driver negligence can lead to a costly or tragic accident. Attorney Daniel Adamson, who’s an avid Georgia biker himself, talks about legal options for cyclists, and safety precautions to avoid an accident.

Backstory: Parts of Downtown Atlanta have seen a 27% increase in pedestrian traffic and about an 11% decr...

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The aftermath of a shooting is always chaotic. The person who pulled the trigger is just one of the possibly many parties responsible for a shooting, and personal injury lawyers investigate all possibilities.

Attorney Rod Dixon has worked on cases involving violent attacks on private property or by contract employees. His cases made national headlines and are setting new precedents for civil case law. During this live and recorded Q...

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Premises liability cases don't just involve a slip and fall, but any injury that could have been avoided with reasonable actions from property owners. 

Slip and falls, one of the most common types of premises liability claims  can result in frighteningly high numbers:

  • 9,000,000 Slip and Fall accidents occur each year (25,000 falls a day)
  • Only around 5% of cases go to trial
  • 95,000,000 workdays missed
  • $3.5 million in lost revenue per ...
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    If you've followed the updates about the Ahmaud Arbery killing trial, you'll see that social media affected this case from the initial traumatic viral video to the recent jury selection. Our Marketing Director, Renee Cooper covers those details and explains how else social media engagement can affect a potential personal injury trial.

    Keep the conversation going on: Follow @dixonfirm on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or T...

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    Attorney Rod Dixon recounts a case with a devastating car crash. A commercial driver's negligence led to a mother's death and misplaced blame on an injured victim. By taking a closer look at the evidence and refusing to give up on a biased investigation, our firm found out who was truly to blame for the accident.

    WARNING: Details of this case mentioned between 9:28 t...

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    Attorney Daniel Adamson defines sexual violence according to Georgia law and provides legal recommendations for victims to fight back.

    Backstory: In the City of Atlanta, 20% of rape cases were cleared exceptionally over the last 6 years. More than 200 suspects were never arrested or charged. According to some Georgia county officials, victims may be “uncooperative” with auth...

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    Attorney Rod Dixon discusses how rideshare companies try to avoid going to court.

    Backstory: In June 2021, an Uber driver shot multiple passengers of his vehicle, killing one, after a dispute in an Atlanta gas station. In 2018, an Uber Eats delivery driver shot and killed a man outside of his own home. The victim of the 2018 case is now our client.

     With a surprising and tr...

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    Backstory: The Champlain Towers located in Surfside, Florida condos, collapsed on June 23, 2021, resulting in 97 deaths, as of July 18.

    Structural collapses can happen to buildings, decks, balconies, or even parking lots of any size. They require experienced legal assistance to navigate the possibility of a property owner's negligence and damages.

    After a large-scale ac...

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    June 16, 2021 10 min

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    After 200 years Juneteenth has become as celebrated as July 4th in the African American community. We’ll give a brief history of the observance, discuss what the day means to law and Atlanta.

    While Juneteenth is a celebration, its recent popularity is partially due to a turbulent year of police brutality in America in 2020. 

    Nationwide protests over the deaths of George Floyd...

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