Why Choose Us?
Due to the imposing size of trucks and sometimes even the products that they are being hauled; when they are involved in an accident the damages to persons, infrastructure, and properties can be rather extensive. Unfortunately, many accidents involving trucks lead to wrongful death of the drivers of the vehicles, passengers, and sometimes even pedestrians.
Case: Timothy J. Wilson vs. City of College Park, GeorgiaView result
Case: Firm members Clark H. McGehee and William C. Lanham, in association with several other local law firms, reach $15 million global settlement for workers injured and killed in the collapse of the elevated Atlanta Botanical Gardens canopy walkwayView result
Case: Mildred C. Brown, Administratrix of the Estate of Anika Lotrale Colbert, Deceased vs. Department of Transportation, State of GeorgiaView result
Case: F. Reed Risner, Jr., and Mildred E. Risner vs. McBride Electric, Inc., a Kansas Corporation, East Meets West, L.L.C., a Georgia Limited Liability Corporation, and Sheree Lynn MooreView result
Case: Frank Lawrence Turner vs. Department of Transportation, State of Georgia, et. al.View result
Case: James Tigner, Jr. vs. ShearsonLehman Hutton, Inc., The Robinson Humphrey Company, Inc., and Oscar AyalaView result
Case: Mrs. Doris K. Styles, Individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Sidney R. Styles, Sr. v. Carolina Casualty Insurance Company and Raymond D. CondyView result
Case: James Walker, Jr., et al. v. Reliance Insurance Company, Bobby Ray McMichael, Whitehead Truck Brokers, Inc., Consolidated Cargo Carriers, Inc. and John Marcantonia, IIIView result
Case: Mrs. Reba L. Hall, Widow of Winchester Hall, and Mrs. Reba L. Hall, Executrix of the Estate of Winchester Hall vs. Cardinal Transport, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, et. al.View result
Case: John D. Fleet, et. al. vs. Miller Bros. Co., Inc., et. al.View result
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