In an action arising from an auto accident involving a county sheriff, the Georgia Court of Appeals recently held that the trial court did not err in concluding that O.C.G.A.
Car Insurance is 100% Paying that Jury Verdict; NOT the Defendant
SECRET TRUTH #1 REVEALED: jury verdicts get paid by the car insurance company that is paying the defense lawyer. SECRET TRUTH #2 REVEALED: the defendant in the court does NOT
Did a Settlement Agreement Absolve an Insurer from Liability?
The Georgia Court of Appeals recently decided the appeal of a contract dispute involving an insurer’s obligation to make payments under a structured settlement agreement. After a traffic accident in
Spoliation: The Dangerous Decision to Destroy Evidence
Spoliation is the destruction or significant alteration of evidence or the failure to preserve property (or evidence) for another’s use as evidence in pending or reasonably foreseeable litigation. The moving
Scope of Employment at the Time of a Car Accident
The Georgia Court of Appeals recently held that a car dealership was properly granted summary judgment because the employee’s deposition testimony showed the employee wasn’t acting within the scope of
What is the “Prior Traversal Rule”?
What is the “Prior Traversal Rule”? The Georgia Court of Appeals recently held that a trial court did not err in denying a shopping complex owner’s motion for summary judgment