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He Said, He Said – Injuries Tell Their Own Tale For an $820,000 Verdict

January 19, 2018 | Bruce Millar

Sometimes injuries must tell their own tale. The Motorcycle and Truck Accident Combo When a Gwinnett County jury heard the case of an inexperienced motorcyclist who claimed to have collided with a loaded logging truck, the jurors had a big…

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The Eggshell Rule leads to $700,000 Jury Verdict in a Fulton County Injury Lawsuit

January 17, 2018 | Bruce Millar

Often people have a predisposition to certain injuries. We all know somebody who has a ‘bum knee’ that is easily twisted or sprained, or a “glass jaw” that breaks at the drop of a hat. When a person with such…

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A Slip and Fall Injury Causing One to Limp Through Life

January 15, 2018 | Bruce Millar

When you propose to do business and invite the public into your premises, you assume extra responsibility for their safety. In theory, you fling open the doors and invite everybody. In this country, you understand that when they walk through…

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Oh. Sorry About Drinking and Driving and Causing a Horrific Death, but I Have An Excuse!

January 13, 2018 | Bruce Millar

If we want to live in an orderly society, we must follow the law. It all seems simple enough. But what if the law breaker has a legitimate reason to, just as an example, drink more than she should before…

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Courts Kick Trucking Company to Curb – Uphold Million Dollar Wrongful Death Verdict

January 11, 2018 | Bruce Millar

In our society, we seek to make life as safe as possible for each other. We take precautions, we follow the rules, and we behave in the way we’d like others to. Nevertheless, there are people out there who are…

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A Bully at the Wheel – Trucker’s Road Rage Winds Up in Million Dollar Georgia Accident Verdict

January 9, 2018 | Bruce Millar

In spite of their reputation as “Knights of the Road,” truck drivers and the mammoth vehicles they drive can be a bit intimidating to those of us who drive passenger vehicles. Sharing the road with huge tractor trailer rigs when…

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Out to Lunch – County Employee Drives Ten Minutes While “Unconscious” Resulting in a Georgia Car Accident Lawsuit

January 7, 2018 | Bruce Millar

In the blink of an eye, lives can be forever altered. When we join the flow of traffic, we literally put our lives into the hands of others about whom we know nothing. In spite of all the evidence to…

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Flock Shooting on Appeal in a Georgia Injury Case

January 5, 2018 | Bruce Millar

Lawyers are always on the lookout for a mistake made by the court that will make it possible to appeal a verdict if that verdict is against one’s client. It’s part of the overall responsibility of the lawyer to look…

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Is there such thing as a ”Slam Dunk” Injury case in Georgia?

January 3, 2018 | Bruce Millar

In the 2007 case Doyle v. RST Construction Specialty, Inc, a man was stopped and waiting at an intersection when a trailer carrying a 16 ton excavator, being pulled by a dump truck dropped  the excavator onto the man’s car….

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How Can An Immigrant Get a Fair Trial in a Personal Injury Case in Atlanta, Georgia?

January 1, 2018 | Ivory Roberson

If you have immigrated to the United States you may already know that you have the right to bring a personal injury claim or file a lawsuit.  But are you worried that the Judge and Jury are going to treat…

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