The Court of Appeals recently ruled that a trial court erred in denying summary judgment to a pool company as testimony that the child would have been noticed in the
A plaintiff recently sued her employer’s underinsured motorist (“UM”) carrier for damages related to injuries she sustained when she was struck by a car while removing a traffic cone used
Can a Plaintiff Recover UIM Insurance If He Doesn’t Exhaust the Limits on a Trucking Company’s Insurance Policy?
Personal injury law and insurance law are effectively synonymous with one another. Issues of which insurance company pays at which time often come up in the context of accidents. The
A Georgia court was asked to rule on litigation expenses in a personal injury action. The expenses of litigation typically aren’t allowed as part of the damages awarded to a
What’s a Safe Distance to Follow Behind a Semi? Did you know that the average stopping distance for a loaded tractor-trailer moving at 55 mph (in ideal conditions) is about
Does an Insurance Policy Cover Three Collisions in One “Accident”? Every vehicle that drives on Georgia roadways has insurance. That’s a rule and anyone who drives in Georgia without insurance,