A “tort” is an action that negatively affects someone else. Personal injury law (and wrongful death actions), the practice area that our Atlanta personal injury law firm exclusively handles, deals
Uber recently unveiled several new features to make it easier for teens to access its ride-hailing service. A new teen accounts feature lets teens between the ages of 13-17 to
Car wrecks happen all the time. Victims sadly sometimes find themselves on the receiving end of multiple accidents in Atlanta! In a recent decision issued by the Georgia Court of
After a young girl was injured while riding as a passenger in a Jeep driven by her 14-year-old friend, the young girl’s parents filed a personal injury lawsuit alleging that
If you make an offer to settle your accident, does the acceptance of that offer have to be identical to make it binding? A motorist was involved in a motor
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
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.
In a dispute over uninsured motorist (UM) coverage, the insurance company was properly granted summary judgment because the UM option form and accompanying cover letter unambiguously explained the difference between