How Will the Coronavirus / COVID-19 Pandemic Affect My Injury Case?

One of our recent blog posts discussed the Georgia Supreme Court’s “Covid-19 Emergency Order,” and broke it down to explain what it actually means for immediate …

How Will the Coronavirus / COVID-19 Pandemic Affect My Injury Case?2020-04-17T11:17:35-04:00

Understanding the Georgia Supreme Court’s Emergency Order Regarding COVID-19

COVID-19, or what has come to be known as coronavirus, has changed the lives of millions of Americans in just the last 4 weeks. Traffic is …

Understanding the Georgia Supreme Court’s Emergency Order Regarding COVID-192020-04-03T15:30:04-04:00

When will my case go to Court?

The vast majority of people have no experience with civil lawsuits. The procedural intricacies of how a lawsuit plays out have long confounded law students, and even many practicing lawyers. …

When will my case go to Court?2019-10-11T09:42:37-04:00

Navigating the Foreign Waters of a Cruise Ship Injury Case

Cruises are big business. And just like with any big business, things happen and people get hurt. If you are injured due to a cruise line’s negligence while aboard a …

Navigating the Foreign Waters of a Cruise Ship Injury Case2019-08-09T15:52:45-04:00

The first step in suing the government for personal injury: Ante-litem notices

Generally, a person has 2 years to file a personal injury lawsuit in Georgia. This 2-year period is known as the “statute of limitations period.” With few exceptions, if an …

The first step in suing the government for personal injury: Ante-litem notices2019-07-31T08:12:22-04:00

What is “tolling” and how does it affect my right to bring a personal injury claim?

From car accident cases to negligent security cases to everything in between, all personal injury actions in Georgia fall under what’s called a “statute of limitations.”

What is “tolling” and how does it affect my right to bring a personal injury claim?2019-07-11T12:57:25-04:00