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What is the Burden of Proof in an Auto Accident or Truck Collision Case in Georgia?
What is the Burden of Proof in an Auto Accident or Truck Collision Case in Georgia?

What is the Burden of Proof in an Auto Accident or Truck Collision Case in Georgia? In a personal injury claim in Georgia, the injured party has to prove all of the elements of his claim by a “preponderance of the evidence.” “Preponderance” simply means “the greater weight ...

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