Georgia Mom Puts Out Plea to Truck Drivers
A Georgia mother of three, Leslie Myers told WRCB-TV recently that she was on her way home one afternoon last week and had just picked up two of her children who were seated in the backseat when she crashed unexpectedly. On October 25th, Myers said her 14-year-old who normally sits in the passenger seat was… read moreRead More
Drunk Driving, Truck Accidents, and Intervening Causes
Is a Drunk Driver’s Actions an Intervening Cause? An intervening cause is an event that happens after a party’s improper or dangerous action and before the damage that could otherwise have been caused by the dangerous act. In effect, it “breaks the chain” of causation between the original act and the harm to the injured… read moreRead More
Congratulations to Associate Attorney Campbell Walker for Passing the State Bar!
Campbell Walker, the Firm’s newest lawyer, just learned he passed the Bar. Great work, Campbell!Read More
Can A Truck Accident Victim Sue for Lost Profits, Punitive Damages, and Bad Faith Attorney’s Fees?
We often are asked: “What am I able to win in my truck accident case?” In a recent case, a truck driver and his trucking company asked a Georgia court to dismiss the case against them for the plaintiffs’ claims for lost profits, punitive damages, bad faith attorney’s fees, and negligence per se. The Details… read moreRead More
FMCSA Says States Must Revoke CDLs for Drug and Alcohol Violations
FMCSA Says States Must Revoke CDLs for Drug and Alcohol Violations The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will require states to crack down on commercial motor vehicle drivers with alcohol and drug violations. This effort will officially close a “knowledge gap” in federal drug and alcohol program requirements. The new rule goes into effect… read moreRead More