Does It Matter if a Pedestrian was Walking in the Road or on the Side when He’s Hit by a Vehicle? Jess Spires sued Raven Thomas for injuries he sustained
Spoliation: What Happens if a Truck Company Erases a Driver’s Tracking Data After an Accident?
What Happens if a Truck Company Erases a Driver’s Tracking Data After an Accident? “Spoliation” refers to the destruction or failure to preserve evidence that’s necessary to a possible or
A Semi Driver Sues a Trucking Company, But Will He Succeed When He Was Potentially Also at Fault?
A lot of personal injury lawyers in Georgia hold themselves out as “trucking lawyers”. But what separates the trucking lawyers from the self-proclaimed ones is their depth of knowledge and
How Does a Georgia Accident Victim Show a Truck Company’s Negligent Hiring, Qualifying, Retaining, Supervising, and Entrusting of a Truck Driver
A number of actions arose from a motor vehicle accident that happened on Interstate 95 in November 2017. That evening, Jennifer Correll (Mrs. Correll) was driving a 2006 Dodge Ram
Does Driving a Truck for Repair Purposes Constitute “Business Use”?
Does Driving a Truck for Repair Purposes Constitute “Business Use”? Having an experienced personal injury lawyer Atlanta residents choose time and time again is critical to answering this and other
Georgia Wrongful Death Case Dismissed Against Truck Company Because Deadline Expired
What follows in this article demonstrates why having a knowledgeable Atlanta truck accident lawyer on your side can really make the difference between winning and losing. Debra Baldwin appealed the
Insurance for condos and water damage
In a case likely to resonate across the Georgia Condo world, the Court of Appeals reversed a summary judgment for a condo owner, and found that Condo law does not
Is a loft bed an “open and obvious condition”?
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
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
Don’t Shoot, I’m Only the Photographer
June 3, 2020 In the Court of Appeals of Georgia A20A0038. MORRIS v. REAL ESTATE EXPERT ADVISORS, LLC et al. Correcting a decision by the trial court, the Court of