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By Kevin Patrick|March 12, 2018|Articles

Where can I bring a lawsuit if there is a Georgia resident and non-resident involved in the car accident?

People come to visit Georgia from all parts of the county, especially the south-east, so there are many non-residents traveling on Georgia roads. Car accidents inevitably occur between Georgia residents and people visiting out of town. So the question arises: “Where can I bring a lawsuit if I am involved in a car accident with…

By Kevin Patrick|March 4, 2018|Articles

Did you know: Georgia law allows for a lawsuit directly against an insurance company after a trucking accident?

Georgia law generally bars a jury hearing about the presence of, or lack of, insurance in automobile accident cases. It’s grounds for a mistrial, which means that the parties have to start the trial all over again with a new jury. The reason: An automobile accident (or just about any other case) should be tried…

By Kevin Patrick|February 24, 2018|Articles

What does “spoliation of evidence” mean under Georgia law?

Have you ever wondered what it actually meant when you heard the phrase “spoliation of evidence” under Georgia law? It’s a good question and a very important consideration in a case, especially one with camera footage and documents. We oftentimes see it come up in semi-truck wrecks and premises liability cases here in Georgia, but…

By Kevin Patrick|January 17, 2018|Articles

Accidents on Snowy & Icy Roads: What’s the law in Georgia?

With the winter weather covering our state, many people are probably wondering — What’s the law in Georgia when it comes to snow and ice on the roads, especially if there’s been car or semi-truck accident?  Well, let’s take a quick look at this area of the law: HIGHWAYS AND ROADS First things first, we…

By Kevin Patrick|December 9, 2017|Articles,News

What is a limited liability release?

There are generally two types of possible releases to sign after you get close to settling a case in Georgia: A General Release and a Limited Liability Release. So what’s the difference between them? What one should I sign? What does a limited liability release look like? Well, let’s take each one of those questions…

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