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Parental Negligence in the Wrongful Death of a Child

Since joint and several liability was abolished in Georgia, our state’s jurisprudence has struggled with how to deal with issues related to comparative negligence and apportionment of liability.  One particular instance in which these topics can become quite complicated is a case of a child’s wrongful death in which one parent may bear some negligence […]

Suit Filed After Fatal Fall at Turner Field

On August 29, 2015, Gregory Murrey was sitting in the second row of the 400 level of the upper deck at Turner Field, taking in a game between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees.  Witnesses say that as Murrey stood up, he lost his balance, and tumbled forward over the first row of […]

Wrongful Death Compensation for Airstrike in Afghanistan

One of the hardest internal arguments in wrongful death cases is the glaring reality that money does not bring our loved ones back. Some jurors have told us over the years that they do not think it is appropriate to award millions of dollars for an accidental death. A person is no less deceased or […]

More Wrongful Death Accidents in 2015 than 2014

2015 Sees an Increase in Fatalities on our Roads The last several decades have seen a dramatic increase in the safety of our vehicles and travel on our nation’s highways. However, a new report from NBC News is looking at the sudden uptick in traffic-related fatalities that have occurred on our roads during the first […]