Atlanta, GA – Following three years of litigation, Tobin Injury Law has reached a $22.7 million settlement in a deadly tractor-trailer collision involving a young Atlanta mother. At the tractor-trailer
Did a Pool Company have a Duty to Warn a Child at a Pool They Installed?
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
Swimming Pool Drowning: Tragic Legal Lesson
In a recent Georgia wrongful death action, the Court of Appeals held that the trial court erred in denying summary judgment to the property owners because there was no genuine
Can a Child Bring a Wrongful Death Case in Georgia on Behalf of a Deceased Parent?
Can a Child Bring a Wrongful Death Action in Georgia on Behalf of a Deceased Parent? An ER physician and his medical practice (“Defendants”) appealed from a trial court’s order
Shotgun Pleadings in Federal Court
Will a “Shotgun Pleading” Allege Sufficient Facts To Avoid Dismissal in a Semi Accident? A shotgun pleading is one that doesn’t have sufficient clarity to provide the other side with
Is a County Liable When a Tree Falls in the Road and Kills a Motorcyclist?
On the afternoon in November 2016, Clinton Giddens was riding his motorcycle on a road in Jones County when a pine tree located in the right-of-way fell and struck him.
Proposed Federal Law Looks at Speed Limiters for Heavy-Duty Trucks
Proposed Federal Law Looks at Speed Limiters for Heavy-Duty Trucks Speeding is one of the most common causes of big rig accidents in the country. Many motorists are injured or
Wrongful Death Claim versus Estate Claim in Georgia
When a lawsuit is filed for actions that led to the death of a victim, a major question arises: Who files the suit? In all other cases, the victim is