The Court of Appeals recently ruled that a trial court erred in denying summary judgment to a pool company as testimony that the child would have been noticed in the
Worker Not Covered By Employer’s Insurance in Accident While Using Her Own Vehicle
A plaintiff recently sued her employer’s underinsured motorist (“UM”) carrier for damages related to injuries she sustained when she was struck by a car while removing a traffic cone used
Can a Plaintiff Recover UIM Insurance If He Doesn’t Exhaust the Limits on a Trucking Company’s Insurance Policy?
Personal injury law and insurance law are effectively synonymous with one another. Issues of which insurance company pays at which time often come up in the context of accidents. The
What is the Family Purpose Doctrine in Georgia?
In super simplified terms, Georgia’s Family Purpose Doctrine states that family members may be legally responsible for other family members who cause injuries. The Georgia Court of Appeals recently held
Two-Day Jury Trial in Fulton Court Nets Verdict in Our Client’s Favor
We had the pleasure of trying a case in Fulton County State Court before Judge Patsy Porter on October 31 and November 1, 2022. The facts of this case involved