Generally, divorce ends with a court order that defines the terms of your separation including child custody, alimony, and division of assets. Whether you like the terms or not, you’ll have to live with them for the rest of your life. Or will you?
When you send your child off to college, the last thing you expect is that they will be accused of sexual misconduct. But it can happen and when it does, the accused often have few protections.
Divorce is often a period of major upheaval, with strong emotions on both sides. We recognize that many of our clients want the quickest, most affordable, and least painful option for all involved. And we’re very good at that.
Imagine you were injured in a car accident. You have significant medical costs, and the other driver was at fault. If your case goes to court, your lawyer’s job is to find as much insurance money for you as possible. Since the other driver caused the accident, it’s their insurance that should pay the bill.
Do you have a kid heading to college? Once he or she arrives on campus, the student will hear a lot from the school administration about Title IX. But there is one thing the school will not emphasize or likely even say: tell your parents if you are a victim of, or are accused of committing, sexual assault. I... Read More
So you’ve been in a car wreck and the other guy clearly is at fault. The police officer cited the at-fault driver and he paid the ticket. All that is left is for the other guy’s insurance to pay for the damage to your car and for your injuries. You make a claim against his insurance company and then,... Read More
In a recent decision, the Georgia Supreme Court wrote that food poisoning cases do not impose a heavier burden on the plaintiff to show proximate cause at the summary judgment stage than other types of negligence cases. The defendant, Big Kev’s BBQ, argued for a standard that basically required foodborne illness plaintiffs to exclude every other reasonable hypothesis regarding... Read More