In the overwhelming majority of medical malpractice cases, a plaintiff will need to provide expert testimony in order to succeed on his or her claim.
Directed verdicts are appropriate during a trial when there is no conflict in the evidence about any important issues and the evidence requires a specific
Two 2013 companion appeals arose out of a products liability arbitration. The arbitrator in the cases had found the buyer of a defective motor trike
In a recent Georgia appellate case, an 86-year-old woman developed a painful knee infection after receiving an injection at a clinic for her arthritis. A
In a recent case, a woman who was 38-39 weeks pregnant was driving in a sedan when it was hit from behind by a school
The Georgia Workers’ Compensation Act contains a provision that makes it an exclusive remedy for workers injured at work. This means that workers may not