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By Kevin Patrick|June 8, 2019|Firm Updates,News,Reflections

Receiving Outstanding Service Award

Receiving the Outstanding Service to the Bar Award as a Georgia Personal Injury Trial Attorney Kevin Patrick received the Outstanding Service to the Bar Award at the annual meeting of the State Bar of Georgia. Service to others is an integral part of the legal profession. As a personal injury trial lawyer in Georgia, I,…

A Personal Injury Success Story for a Georgia Army Veteran after an Automobile Accident

Helping a Georgia Army Veteran in a Personal Injury Case after an Automobile Accident One of the most rewarding aspects of being a personal injury trial attorney in Atlanta, Georgia is the unique ability to help others that have been hurt in automobile accidents. We especially like to help veterans of the armed services because…

By Kevin Patrick|December 4, 2018|Articles,Firm Updates,News

We’re featured in the Wall Street Journal!

We were featured in the Wall Street Journal about the balancing compassion and professionalism with our clients, especially since we meet people under difficult circumstances. Here’s our quote: Attorney Kevin Patrick say that his specialty in personal injury cases warrants the more-than-occasional hug. “We’ll often encounter clients that are facing very tough and painful circumstances,” he says.  “I used to take…

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…

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