Legal Updates

By Kevin Patrick|July 12, 2016|Articles

What are letters of representation, and why should you send them?

One of the first steps in a personal injury case is determining the amount of available insurance coverage for the at-fault party. The amount of available insurance oftentimes will dictate the amount of the maximum recovery in a case. Some companies and people carry large insurance policies, but there are also situations where they are…

By Kevin Patrick|June 30, 2016|Reflections

Reflections on the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyer’s Division

As we conclude the bar year and near the end of our YLD journey, I would like to take this opportunity to recognize the commitment made by my former law firm to supporting young lawyers, the life-long values fostered through the YLD and other members of the profession, and the importance of having a caring…

By Kevin Patrick|June 20, 2016|Articles,Day Care Negligence

Valuation and Settlement Strategies for Day Care Negligence Cases

Daycare negligence cases present novel issues relating to valuation and settlement because the emotional and psychological damages can be difficult to quantify. Medical bills do not always accompany those damages. Furthermore, children may be unable to articulate the problems caused by an abusive situation at a daycare facility until they are more mature. By that…

By Kevin Patrick|June 7, 2016|Articles,Day Care Negligence

Juan’s Law: Saving Georgia’s Day Care Children

Given our firm’s focus on daycare negligence, we were delighted to meet Mrs. Jacqueline Boatwright-Daus, who as Mrs. Georgia International 2016, is championing the prevention of daycare injuries. She graciously put together an article for lawyers in the state of Georgia about her son’s story: Fact-Finding After weeks of searching, I’d finally found the child…

By Kevin Patrick|May 27, 2016|Articles,Reflections

Remembering “Old Ironsides” on Memorial Day Weekend

As we are beginning the Memorial Day weekend, we wanted to share with everyone the history behind Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.’s famous poem “Old Ironsides,” which was written on September 16, 1830: Aye tear her tattered ensign down Long has it waved on high, And many an eye has danced to see That banner in…

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