Personal injury

No Duty If the Danger is Open and Obvious

What is Georgia’s “Open and Obvious Danger” Rule? A plaintiff filed a lawsuit after an incident while he was injured while changing the tire of his family’s 2006 Dodge Caravan. There were several motions pending before the Court, including the defendant Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (FCA) Motion for Summary Judgment (dismissal). This issue involved Georgia’s “open… read more

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As a Parent, Are You Liable for Your Child’s Accident Just Because He’s Your Child?

As a Parent, Are You Liable for Your Son’s Accident Just Because He’s Your Kid? Brandon and Linda Sowell’s 10-year-old son, Pete, had their permission to ride his big brother’s bike. Pete said he’d been riding the bike on the sidewalk on his way home when he tried to cross the road to see his… read more

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Who is responsible for the Astroworld Tragedy?

Who’s Responsible for the Astroworld Tragedy? On November 5th, nine people died at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Music Festival in Houston when an unruly crowd surge trampled a number of concertgoers and left others struggling to breathe or emotionally devastated from the carnage. Some of the 50,000 audience members described the incident as a “death trap.”… read more

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