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Tips For Driving Safely During The Holidays

Posted On: January 5, 2018 | Categorized as: Personal Injury
Atlanta Georgia Truck Accident Attorneys

Every year, thousands of Atlanta residents brave bad weather, high gas prices and crazy drivers to spend time with friends and family. The holidays are a perfect time to relax and have fun, but during these special times, it’s still important to protect your loved ones. Impaired Driving During Holidays Alcohol-related traffic accidents increase by … Read More »


Georgia’s New Inland Ports Promise Traffic Troubles This Winter

Posted On: November 27, 2017 | Categorized as: Trucking Accidents
Atlanta Truck Accident Attorneys

This winter, drivers in Georgia face new hazards besides slick roads and severe weather. Increased truck traffic to and from shipping terminals and inland ports will affect folks in Atlanta, Savannah, Chatsworth and Cordele. Whether you’re commuting to work or visiting your family during the holidays, watch out for heavy truck traffic that will make … Read More »


Georgia’s Network Of Inland Ports Increases Fatal Truck Accidents

Posted On: September 21, 2017 | Categorized as: Trucking Accidents
Atlanta Truck Accident Attorneys

Officials with the Georgia Ports Authority and CSX Transportation continue to celebrate their successful push to build six inland freight ports across the state. Meanwhile, residents dread increased highway traffic and a rise in truck accidents. In 2013, Georgia’s first inland train-truck port opened in Savannah’s Garden City suburb. Murray County in Georgia’s northwestern corner … Read More »


Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Elects Michael Prieto 62nd President

Posted On: August 4, 2017 | Categorized as: Headlines, PMHP News
Members of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) have elected Atlanta-based attorney Michael Prieto to serve as president for the 2017 term

Atlanta 2017—Members of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) have elected Atlanta-based attorney Michael Prieto to serve as president for the 2017 term. Mr. Prieto succeeded Pope Langdale of Valdosta to become the GTLA’s 62nd president. Prieto has been a GTLA member since 2004 and previously served on the board of directors for the 2016 … Read More »


Atlanta Drinks And Drives

Posted On: October 11, 2016 | Categorized as: Personal Injury
If you have been the victim of a drunk driving accident in the state of Georgia, Prieto, Marigliano, Holbert and Prieto can help.

The effects of drunk driving are devastating. Intoxicated drivers endanger innocent lives every time they hit the road. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that Americans drive under the influence more frequently than expected. Based on a large number of self-reporters who admitted to drunk while intoxicated in the previous month, the CDC … Read More »



Why You Should Never Sign An Arbitration Agreement

Posted On: September 2, 2016 | Categorized as: Arbitration
Find out the reasons you should never sign an arbitration agreement in the state of Georgia.

In the case of arbitration agreements, what you don’t know can hurt you. A growing number of companies and professionals are slipping arbitration clauses into standard contracts. This trend is risky for consumers who unknowingly sign away their right to sue in court. An arbitration agreement shields companies and professionals from lawsuits by requiring customers … Read More »


Marta Injuries – When The Ride To Work Goes Wrong

Posted On: July 14, 2016 | Categorized as: Personal Injury

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) serves 1.6 million passengers each year. About 60 percent of passengers commute to work daily, and 70 percent of riders use both the train and bus to reach their destinations. Although MARTA prides itself on transporting passengers safely, efficiently and dependably, a number of deadly accidents occur each … Read More »


E-Cigarette Injuries Are More Common Than You Think

Posted On: June 30, 2016 | Categorized as: Personal Injury
E-Cigarettes Injuries in Georgia

Many smokers switched to electronic cigarettes between 2007 and 2016 because the products seemed like a healthier alternative that could help them cut back or quit. Today, approximately 30 million adults and 2.4 million teens use e-cigs regularly. Each year, consumers sustain severe injuries due to exploding batteries and exposure to e-cigarette liquid that contains … Read More »


Top 4 Important Facts You Should Know About Trucking Accidents

Posted On: April 25, 2016 | Categorized as: Trucking Accidents
Facts About Trucking Accidents

Truck accidents claim 4,000 lives each year and injure some 95,000 motorists nationwide. If you live in Atlanta or travel through the city, you should know that 20 percent of that state’s fatal accidents occur in the five-county metropolitan area. Years of safety campaigns have reduced truck accidents by a modest amount, but figures continue … Read More »



Sports Representation Provided By PMHP Law

Posted On: September 24, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News, Sports Representation

Jonathan Marigliano has built a growing sports practice as he has represented a variety of athletes, coaches and other individuals in football, baseball, basketball, boxing and mixed martial arts as well as serving as a family adviser for amateur athletes. In addition to having practiced law for over 16 years, Jonathan has served as a … Read More »


Public Comment Requested For Possible Rule Change To Arbitration Related To Nursing Homes

Posted On: August 31, 2015 | Categorized as: Headlines, SPMH News

CMS (Medicare/Medicaid) is considering a rule change barring mandatory arbitration agreements in nursing home contracts, and has asked for public comment.  The time to comment ends September 14.  For those who do not know, as it stands today, when you admit a loved-one into a nursing home, hidden among all the paperwork is a document … Read More »



Auto Accidents Are One Of The Most Common Forms Of Personal Injury

Posted On: August 4, 2015 | Categorized as: Personal Injury

One of the most common forms of personal injury results from auto accidents on our local roads, highways and interstates. The attorneys at Prieto, Marigliano, Holbert & Prieto, LLC. have the experience you are looking for to help you navigate the court system and to battle the deep-pockets of the insurance companies who look to … Read More »


Understanding The Danger Of Improperly Monitored Blood-thinners

Posted On: April 22, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News

The attorneys at Prieto, Marigliano, Holbert & Prieto, LLC. have litigated numerous malpractice cases for clients who suffered severe bleeding complications related to a commonly prescribed anti-coagulant or blood thinner called warfarin or Coumadin. Warfarin is the most commonly used oral anticoagulant in the US. An anticoagulant is a drug used to prevent unwanted and … Read More »


Boating Season Is Just Around The Corner

Posted On: March 24, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News

As the days get longer and the temperatures begin to warm from spring into summer, more and more of us will head to the waters of our state to enjoy time with friends and family. Though you may practice safety while on the water, that doesn’t mean everyone else does. Recreational boating is very popular … Read More »


Was Your Auto Accident The Result Of Someone’s Negligence?

Posted On: February 24, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News

Auto Accidents & Truck Accidents Personal injuries resulting from auto accidents is, unfortunately, a common occurrence. Determining who is at fault in an auto accident is a matter of deciding who was negligent. People who operate automobiles must exercise “reasonable care under the circumstances.” A failure to use reasonable care is considered negligence. A person … Read More »


Knowing The Other Side Is Why PMHP Law Stands Out For Medical Malpractice Cases

Posted On: January 22, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News

Medical malpractice suits arise when a health care provider fails to provide medical care that comports with the prevailing “standard of care”. In essence, should a health care provider fail to provide “reasonable” care and such deficient care causes an injury, a claim for medical malpractice very well may exist for the injured person(s). Medical … Read More »


Business Litigation Cases Need The Skill Of Experienced Attorneys

Posted On: January 6, 2015 | Categorized as: SPMH News

Business litigation is term that is very broad and can cover class action and whistleblower/qui tam actions, breach of contract, business tort litigation,construction litigation, fraud, as well as real estate matters and insurance dispute/bad faith claims. Not only can the lawyers at Slover, Prieto, Marigliano, & Holbert, LLC assist you once a wrong has occurred, but also … Read More »