Mr. Smalls was driving his daughter to school on the morning of January 19, 2012. Mr. Smalls was a 47 year-old husband, father of four, and working full-time as an electrician foreman. He was involved in a head-on collision when he was driving through an intersection and the Defendant turned left in front of him. Both vehicles, Mr. Smalls’ pickup truck and the Defendant’s SUV, were destroyed. Mr. Smalls did not complain of injury at the scene. His daughter did, however, and she was taken by ambulance from the scene to the Gwinnett...Read more
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"Lawyering" is an amazing thing. It allows for creativity, excitement, ingenuity, and the ability to help others.There is nothing in the world like it. Imagine a job that you go to every day that not only pays the bills, but is also doubles as your hobby and your life’s passion. It’s truly spectacular. The most important and amazing aspect of the job is the relationship that the attorney has with their client.We often explain to family and friends that the work that we do is so important because the people that we deal with have come to see...Read more 0
For the past month, Georgian’s have endured two significant winter storms that brought chaos to traffic and roadways. Recently, I’ve heard many friends complaining about two of the biggest auto insurance companies wholly denying claims for motor vehicle collisions that occurred during the winter storms. As frustrating as it may be, these insurance companies may have the odds in their favor for a few reasons: 1) there were too many collisions and not enough law enforcement officers to respond to each; 2) without enough law enforcement officers to respond to each collision, many collisions...Read more
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