The harder the Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMCSA) attempts to clamp down on dangerous driving practices, the more trucking companies and drivers come up with ways around the new regulations.
Whether it be in the movies or on various television talk shows, traumatic brain injuries in children and young adults and athletes has come to the forefront recently. There have
A Georgia jury took 40 minutes to decide that an insurance company was responsible in a fatal truck-pedestrian personal injury lawsuit and awarded the victim’s family $21 million. The insurance
August 17, 2020 In the Court of Appeals of Georgia A20A1036. VALDOSTA STATE UNIVERSITY, et al. v. DAVIS. College is a time when many kids first encounter the responsibilities of
Three people were killed recently when the car they were in was hit by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 75, just north of North Marietta Parkway. Marietta Police say that a
Is it for the jury, or the court, to determine whether or not a plaintiff had “equal knowledge” of a hazard?
July 31, 2020 In the Court of Appeals of Georgia A20A0903. ALLEN v. ABM AVIATION, INC. Is it for the jury, or the court, to determine whether or not a
FMCSA regulations and the increase in accidents caused by commercial vehicles The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is in charge of establishing the rules and regulations that govern the trucking
Take the challenge, We dare you! Chunky’s Burgers in San Antonio, Texas has the Four Horsemen Burger: a half-pound burger topped with a jalapeno, serrano, habanero, and ghost pepper sauce.
Georgia’s wrongful death statute explained Every life has value, and Georgia’s Wrongful Death Act ensures that the civil justice system protects those left behind. When another party’s actions result in
What is the Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act? There are more that 189,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and nearly 4,000 deaths in Georgia. With all of these cases, there