John E. Hall, Jr., is one of the founding partners of Hall, Booth, Smith, P.C. In... more
John E. Hall, Jr., is one of the founding partners of Hall, Booth, Smith, P.C. In his litigation practice, Mr. Hall specializes in the defense of high exposure cases, including medical malpractice, construction, commercial litigation, mass torts, transportation, and products liability. During his legal career, he has tried in excess of 100 cases to resolution. His expertise in high expo... view profile
Allison S. Bloom is a Partner in the Atlanta office of Hawkins Parnell Thackston &... more
Allison S. Bloom is a Partner in the Atlanta office of Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young LLP. Allison concentrates her practice on civil litigation defense in the areas of general negligence, premises liability, product liability, transportation, property damage, professional negligence, and the defense of community associations and their management companies. Allison has defended many of ... view profile
Shawn Kalfus focuses his practice on the defense of wrongful death and catastrophic... more
Shawn Kalfus focuses his practice on the defense of wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases. Shawn has extensive experience defending commercial motor vehicle companies, their drivers, and insurers in all aspects of litigation stemming from catastrophic motor vehicle collisions. In that capacity, Shawn has defended dozens of six and seven-figure claims and lawsuits from moments aft... view profile
Transportation law applies to a large range of activities, including rules of the road, cargo weight restrictions, and regulations for hazardous waste, transportation, and mass transit–basically, anything that relates to moving people or goods from one place to another. Transportation law applies to all modes of transportation, including airplanes, trains, ships, and motor vehicles. If you plan on starting a limousine service or want to own a commercial trucking business or freight company, a transportation lawyer will help you navigate the industry's legal requirements.