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February 2015

Don’t Underestimate the Power of the Jury: Henry County, Georgia Jury Awards $ 100,000 in Excess of the Defendant’s Final Offer of Settlement

q1.jpgIn 2012, Rebecca Grimes was driving on Warm Springs Road in Georgia heading West when she was hit in the side by John Watson who was driving on Manchester Expressway when he pulled into her and caused the collision. Ms. Grimes’ shoulder was severely injured as her arms were reaching towards the steering wheel causing a blunt force to her shoulder.

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In Georgia, a Trucking Accident that causes No Visible Injuries, but a Mild, Internal Brain Injury that was Traumatic brings a $ 3.5 Million Dollar Verdict: Video Included

On July 22, 2012, Jewel Wicker was driving her Honda 2002 Accord to church when she was stopped on Camp Creek Parkway at a red light at the intersection of Old Fairborn Road close to the interstates of Georgia. While she was stopped at the red light, she was abruptly run over from behind by a commercial vehicle driven by Parker Owens that was owned by First Class Produce which is his parents’ company. The wreck was so severe that Ms. Wicker’s car was crushed underneath the truck as emergency responders removed her from her vehicle with the jaws of life. Luckily, Ms. Wicker survived the incident, but not without injury.

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In Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia a Jury awards $1.5 Million for Injuries sustained by a 7 Year Old Child from a Driver that was Texting and Driving ~ part two

lit-up-mobile-phone-01-103994-m.jpgThis blog post will continue my discussion of a Motor Vehicle Accident case in Atlanta, Georgia that I began discussing in my blog post titled, “In Fulton County, Atlanta, Georgia a Jury awards $1.5 Million for Injuries sustained by a 7 Year Old Child from a Driver that was Texting and Driving ~ part one.” Ms. Anderson, Chasity’s mother who was driving at the time of the accident when she was reared ended by the driver that was texting and driving, was also injured in the accident but settled her injury claim, filed a lawsuit on behalf of her daughter in Fulton County State Court in the year of 2009. The case is Anderson v. Brenner, No. 2009EV007726.

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Workers’ Compensation in Atlanta, Georgia: Top Ten Accidents on the Job

Injuries from work related accidents can stop the flow of income needed to support a family so be sure that you contact a qualified Workers’ Compensation Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia to assist you as soon as you have been injured on the job, or if a loved one has been tragically killed on the job. It is also important to gather as much information about your Workers’ Compensation Claim in Georgia¬†to assist your Workers’ Compensation attorney in helping you get the most they can to compensate you, or a loved one, for an injury on the job.

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A Gwinnett County, Georgia Multi-Million Dollar Verdict Award Issued to Construction Workers Injured in a Crash Sends a Message Deeper Than Just Dollars ~ part one

urban-accident-27210-m.jpgThis will be my first blog post about this case titled, “A Gwinnett County, Georgia Multi-Million Dollar Verdict Award Issued to Construction Workers Injured in a Crash Sends a Message Deeper Than Just Dollars ~ part one.” In 2010, at the Intersection of South Puckett Road and Hamilton Mill Road in Gwinnett County, Georgia, there was a Motor Vehicle Crash involving an Engineer who was driving a vehicle owned by Georgia Power, Ms. Cassandra Kim Taylor, and a vehicle operated and occupied by Ms. Sandra Flores Juarez and Mr. William Villacorta. Ms. Juarez and Mr. Villacorta are two (2) native El Salvadorians who were working in tandem on remodeling and painting jobs and who both spoke very little English. The issues at trial were negligence, damages, and the potential dangers of bias and discrimination in the judicial process.

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Never Underestimate the Value of a Case: A Small Impact Motor Vehicle Accident Yields More than a $ 1.5 Million Dollar Settlement with Only $ 25,000 in Insurance Policy Limits to Work With in a Case in Georgia

ankle-x-ray-124731-m.jpgOn April 28, 2011 at 6:24 p.m. in Marietta near the Georgia landmark in Marietta, the Big Chicken Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurant, Celeste Moon, who later becomes the Defendant, lightly hit the bumper of the back of Anne Strong’s Honda Accord. Ms. Moon was cited for Following Too Closely and it was noted that there was no Damage to either Vehicle, except a crack in the license plate holder of Ms. Strong’s car that was worth an estimated $ 50.00, and No Reported Injuries at the scene of the accident.

 

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ANESTHESIA MALPRACTICE ~ The Deviation in the Standard of Anesthetic Care During Intubation Resulting in Aspiration ~ part two

This is a continuation of my discussion of this most important topic from my last blog post titled, “ANESTHESIA MALPRACTICE ~ The Deviation in the Standard of Anesthetic Care During Intubation Resulting in Aspiration ~ part one,” whereby I am setting forth some important questions that need to be answered and why these questions are important when faced with a Medical Malpractice Case involving whether or not there was a breach, or deviation, in the standard of care during an intubation that resulted in an aspiration. The important questions are continued as follows:

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