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Meet the Paralegal—Sara Ventura

by Ken Bernard

We are pleased to introduce our newest paralegal Sara Ventura, who brings passion and understanding to all of our client’s needs. Sara recently joined Sherrod & Bernard after starting her legal career as a...

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Can a Car Accident Cause Rotator Cuff Injury?

by Ken Bernard

Injuries to the arms and shoulders, such as rotator cuff tears, are some of the most common types of trauma suffered in car crashes. While these injuries can seem minor at first, patients often...

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Georgia Personal Injury Attorney John Sherrod Interviewed on Great Trials Podcast

by John Sherrod

Douglasville attorney John Sherrod, a partner at Sherrod & Bernard, recently appeared on the Great Trials Podcast to discuss a $12.5 million verdict that he helped a couple obtain from a motorcycle manufacturer that...

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What to Do After You Have Been Rear-Ended in Georgia

by John Sherrod

A serious rear-end car accident can have a serious impact on your life. Georgia rear-end accidents can cause severe injuries, requiring costly long-term medical care. Victims often suffer emotional trauma from these rear-end collisions,...

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How to Make a Claim for Whiplash After an Accident

by Ken Bernard

One of the most common injuries that occurs in car accidents is whiplash, a soft-tissue injury that can linger for years after a crash. These injuries often cause intense pain in the victim’s upper...

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Sherrord & Bernard Team Attends Preparation Workshop at Barnsley Resort, hosted by Crisp Consultants

by John Sherrod

Proper preparation is a core value at Sherrod & Bernard. Coach Bear Bryant summed it best, “It’s not the will to win that matters – everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to...

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What Is the Difference Between a Simple vs. a Compound Bone Fracture?

by John Sherrod

Bone fractures, or broken bones, are among the most common accidental injuries. They can range from relatively mild or extremely serious. If someone else is responsible your broken bone injury, Georgia law allows you...

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How Long Do You Have to File a Personal Injury Claim?

by Ken Bernard

People who have been hurt in Georgia accidents may be entitled to compensation if their injuries were the result of someone else’s recklessness. However, there are deadlines to file personal injury claims. These are...

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Can I Get A Second Job While on Workers’ Comp in Georgia?

by John Sherrod

An injured worker who is receiving workers’ compensation may consider taking on a second job to make up for lost income due to their injury. Workers’ compensation pays roughly two-thirds of the beneficiary’s salary...

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What You Should Do If You Get Hurt at Work in Georgia

by Ken Bernard

Getting hurt on the job can put your life and livelihood in danger. The good news is that most Georgia employees are entitled to workers’ compensation benefits to help pay for medical expenses and...

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