In May of 2012 there was a concert in Peachtree City, Georgia outdoors where people regularly use golf carts as transportation. After the concert, as the crowd was dispersing, a woman, Tracy Self, was with her husband walking out of the concert venue when she was struck by a golf cart driven by William Helm.
Continue reading $ 400,000.00 Settlement in a Georgia Case where a Woman was Hit by a Golf Cart: The Defendant’s Homeowner’s Insurance Policy will Pay
On June 30, 2014 Amanda Lynn Pardue was driving on Georgia Highway 11 in Hall County, Georgia when her Ford Explorer crossed the median and hit a tractor trailer head on. There were five (5) people in her vehicle at the time of the crash including Pardue’s eight (8) year old daughter, Kayleigh, her two (2) year old son, Eli, a man named Robbie Hollis, and his grandson, Dalton Martin, age 13. It was unknown where they were going at the time of the fatal crash.
Continue reading The Cause of the Crash on June 30, 2014 that Killed 5 People in Hall County, Georgia is No Longer a Mystery: The Driver had Methamphetamines and other Drugs in her Body at the Time of the Crash
Continue reading Did your Honor act Unethically in a Medical Malpractice Case in Henry County, Georgia by Failing to Notify Attorneys for all Parties of Communications between the Judge and the Jury? ~ part two
Continue reading Did your Honor act Unethically in a Medical Malpractice Case in Henry County, Georgia by Failing to Notify Attorneys for all Parties of Communications between the Judge and the Jury? ~ part one
On Tuesday, July 8, 2014, a child age 3, Thomas Stephens, while playing unsupervised at Ms. Janna’s Daycare in Alpharetta, Georgia, died by accidentally hanging himself on a piece of twine attached to a slide on the playground equipment at said Daycare.
Continue reading Child, 3, Dies at an Alpharetta, Georgia Daycare while Playing Unsupervised by Hanging himself on the Playground Equipment. This was Not the First Safety Violation at said Daycare.
In a home in Cobb County Georgia located at 981 Laurel Springs Lane, Reequel Alita Penny, age 43, was keeping elderly women in her basement in 11 feet by 5 feet spaces separated by plywood without proper medicine, food, nor facilities. Penny pled guilty to felony criminal charges including, but not limited to, false imprisonment, deprivation and racketeering totaling 47 charges.
Continue reading Cobb County Georgia Superior Court Judges Gives Personal Home Caregiver 20 years, with 10 to Serve for Abhorrent Conditions and More
Continue reading The Georgia Supreme Court Rules that it Shall Not Be Automatically Permissible to Disclose a Psychiatric Patient’s Records if the Psychiatric Patient has Died
Continue reading DeKalb, Georgia Jury Awards $1.5M to Former Boxer in Medical Malpractice Surgical Case ~ part two
Continue reading DeKalb, Georgia Jury Awards $1.5M to Former Boxer in Medical Malpractice Surgical Case ~ part one