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By Kevin Patrick|June 20, 2018|Firm Updates,News

Another nice article…

We’ll keep this blog post short and sweet: There’s been another nice article about our firm and my memories of getting started several years ago… After working at a large law firm for several years, I began to get the ‘itch’ and had an entrepreneurial spirit. I decided to start my own practice at 31….

By Kevin Patrick|June 9, 2018|Firm Updates,News

One Sentence Rules for Success!

We were thrilled to find out that we were featured as one of the entrepreneurs and impactors in The Startup digital newsletter.  It is truly the little things (or perhaps big things), like showing up on time, focusing on our job, and staying positive, in the practice of law, and life too, that matter and have…

By Kevin Patrick|May 29, 2018|Articles,Day Care Negligence

How to report a daycare accident in Georgia?

Over the past few weeks, we have received a number of questions about daycare accidents because it’s one of our specialized areas of practice. One of the first questions we get after a daycare accident in Georgia is — How do we report it? It’s a great question because parents are understandably concerned about the…

By Kevin Patrick|April 30, 2018|Articles

How to implement a “Litigation Hold” after a catastrophic injury?

After a catastrophic injury (or really any other serious accident, like a truck wreck or commercial automobile accident) in Georgia counties, such as Brookhaven, Chamblee, and Decatur, it is important not only to have the at-fault party save certain information and documentation, but you should have them implement a “Litigation Hold” too. This term sounds…

By Kevin Patrick|April 7, 2018|Articles

What items should a trucking company save after a collision?

Building off the earlier blog post about preservation/spoliation of evidence after a truck wreck in Georgia, it’s perhaps equally important to know what to request that the trucking company along with the driver, and even the insurance company preserve after a collision. Each case is admittedly different, but there are some common things. We thought it…

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