Family or not… get it in writing.
Floyd v. Chapman (A19A2137) Court of Appeals of Georgia January 16, 2020 Disputes about land transfers often involve families and the failure of individuals to make clear what is being given exactly because it is family. It is unsurprising that when transferring a piece of property to a stranger, one exercises a high level of… read moreRead More
Things you may not want to do after a car accident.
Is it okay to leave my car where it was at the time of the car accident? It depends. Generally, if you are not seriously injured and it is possible to move your car to the shoulder lane, emergency lane, median, or elsewhere safely, you are required to do so. See O.C.G.A. § 40-6-275 (“Duty… read moreRead More
Slipping and Falling is Not Enough
What is Summary Judgment? The defendant in this case, an apartment management company, appealed the denial of its motion for summary judgment. Summary judgment is granted for the moving party when there is no genuine issue as to any material fact in the case, and based on this the moving party is entitled to judgment… read moreRead More