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At the accident site, he was DUI - drugs - 4 months later toxicology reports have not come back. MY insurance co has paid for all medical bills and her car. They subrogated this claim to the insurance company of the driver and I got my deductibl...
I would be happy to talk to you about your daughter's situation. Insurance companies are more responsive when the potential for a bad-faith failure to pay claim is on the horizon. We are located in Atlanta and can be reached at 404-522-1500 or www.winstonbriggslaw.com.See question
when we got to the hospital they were bagging her. they took over thirty minuted to place her on a ventilator. they said she had anoxic brain damage. unresponsive. i was there. time was of the esscence, what she didnt have. they waited to long to ...
I am sorry to hear about your daughter in law. There is a lot more information that we would need before being able to properly evaluate whether or not you may have a claim. But if you or your daughter told the medics that she couldn't breathe and they did not appropriately respond with ventilation until thirty minutes later, you may have some legal recourse. Our firm is located in Atlanta also and we would be happy to discuss this with you further if you wish. 404-522-1500.See question
my son was seriously injured after a child was driving this too fast and it rolled on his side. he suffered a head injury with many stitches, 4 nights in a hospital he was life flighted to, and missed 3 months of school and a year of sports. he ha...
I'm sorry to hear about this. How long ago did this happen? It sounds like it may be a couple of years. Unfortunately, as Howard points out, there is no short answer to your question - it does depend on a lot of factors, but you may still have a case.
If you would like to discuss this further, we would be happy to talk with you. We're located in Atlanta. 404-522-1500.
O.C.G.A. 36-33-5 states "municipal corporation". Are county governments considered a municipal corp. as stated in the afore mentioned statute? Webster's defines "municipality" as a city or town.
Yes, ante litem notice is typically required before suing a municipal corporation or county. Ante litem notice is usually not required when suing for violations of federal civil rights, however. Essentially, ante litem notice provides notice to the county of a pending claim or potential filing of a lawsuit. In addition, remember that county officials are usually entitled to certain immunities, but their protection is not unlimited.
In 2008, I helped try a case in front of a jury where we represented a party that had been mistreated by a county in the Atlanta area. We recovered a six-figure jury verdict. Please call me if you would like to discuss your case further.See question