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
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 Action in Georgia on Behalf of a Deceased Parent? An ER physician and his medical practice (“Defendants”) appealed from a trial court’s order
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
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 Speeding is one of the most common causes of big rig accidents in the country. Many motorists are injured or
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