Articles Posted in AUTO ACCIDENT DEFENSE

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Posted by Susan J. Levy and Layne Zhou

On July 28, 2015, the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed itself on the issue of whether lay testimony as to speed, based only on the experience of impact, constituted admissible evidence to defeat summary judgment. Brown v. DeKalb County et al., A15A0265 and Little et al. v. DeKalb County et al., A15A0267, 1-7, 5 (Ga. App. June 17, 2015).
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Posted by Susan J. Levy

The simple, but perhaps unsatisfying, answer is “maybe.” We often get calls from individuals who have been cited for causing an accident or have some other reason to fear being sued after an accident. They have insurance, but wonder if they need their “own, personal” attorney to defend them.
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