Rehabilitation Counselor V. Rehabilitation Supplier Avoiding Defense Problems In Change In Condition Litigation
The recent Georgia Court of Appeals' holding in Korner v. Education Management Corporation, 2006 Ga. App. LEXIS 1089, illustrates how important it is not only to obtain the best qualified witness in support of your defense, but also to obtain evidence which corroborates the witnesses' opinions. ... Continue Reading
The commencement of a lawsuit comes as a surprise to many insureds. For others, it is nearly an everyday occurrence. Whether an insured is a rookie or a seasoned veteran in their experience accepting process, the plaintiff's task of serving process correctly remains constant. ... Continue Reading
Is there a statute of limitations in change in condition claims where only permanent partial disability benefits (PPD), but no temporary total or temporary partial disability benefits have been paid? ... Continue Reading
An Atlanta Federal District Court recently upheld the application of a one-suit limitation to claims involving an allegation of latent damage involving mold in the case of Balkcom v. USAA Casualty Ins. Co. (Civil Action File No.: 1:04-CV-2348-TCB). ... Continue Reading
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H. Michael Bagley