Category: Car Accident

We are proud to announce that we successfully resolved a tractor-trailer collision last week for over 10 times our client’s past medical bills. After failed injections, rounds of physical therapy and treatment, and a cervical surgery recommendation by one of Atlanta’s top orthopedists at Resurgens Orthopedics, our client can

Preserving Evidence from an Uber Accident Dear Uber, Our firm’s client was severely injured when an Uber that she was riding in was involved in a collision here in Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, our client has been through brain surgery, lots of appointments, and lots of headaches. We’re

At this very instant, at least one Atlanta-area radio station is probably playing some version of “Sleigh Ride.” So, why does a holiday classic like this one get so little play time during this yuletide season? Actually, this trite little ditty has some interesting things to say about

Today the Georgia Court of Appeals AFFIRMED the Superior Court of Decatur County’s judgment in Walden v. Chrysler, the case that Butler Kahn tried with Butler, Wooten & Peak in 2015.  The trial resulted in a verdict of $150,000,000 and was remitted to $40,000,000. This is a great result

Car Accident

Sherman Spencer is one of our favorite clients. Sherman’s story starts on August 23, 2012, when he was driving on I-20 in Atlanta, Georgia. Sherman was traveling to his home in Morrow, Georgia when he collided with a van that was stopped in the right-hand travel lane. Sherman

Over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, three members of a Franklin County Georgia family were killed when Marco Tulio Hernandez-Ramirez, while driving under the influence of alcohol, crossed over the center line and caused a fatal collision. Choosing to drive while under the influence of alcohol is one of the

Part one of this two-part blog explored the requirements for imposing liability under the Family Purpose Doctrine. This blog will look at a closely related concept known as the Negligent Entrustment Theory. What is Negligent Entrustment? Like the Family Purpose Doctrine, the Negligent Entrustment Theory is used to impose

Often after a motor vehicle collision, it’s obvious who the responsible parties are—the at-fault driver, possibly the vehicle manufacturer, and possibly the premises owner. One less obvious and regularly overlooked party, is the owner of the vehicle being driven by the at-fault driver. Georgia law provides two ways

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