Insurance companies are built for profit. Often, even when the company knows it should pay a meritorious claim, it looks to find a way to get out from paying. While
After a motor vehicle accident resulted in serious injuries to herself and her three children, a plaintiff sued, alleging that one of a truck repair company’s vehicles blocked the view
What is the Special-Mission Exception to Holding an Employer Liable for Their Worker’s Actions in a Car Crash?
A widow filed suit against an employee and his employer (a hospice) for the fatal injuries her husband sustained as a result of an automobile accident. The employee’s vehicle collided
Is Service by U.S. Mail Enough for a Georgia Court to Have Jurisdiction over a Doctor in an Auto Accident Case? A medical practice recently challenged the trial court’s denial
Is a Minivan a “Motor Carrier” under Georgia Law? A truck driver recently appealed from a trial court’s order granting an insurance company’s motion for summary judgment where the truck