New Rules Regarding Tolling Of The Statute Of Limitations In Some Motor Vehicle Accident Related Personal Injury Claims.
In its recent decision in Beneke v. Parker, 285 Ga. 733, 684 SE 2d 243 (2009), the Georgia Supreme Court re-defined the method for calculating the expiration of the statute of limitations in some personal injury cases. ... Continue Reading
In a first party property insurance setting, a question that frequently arises is whether the fraud or misconduct of one insured will bar recovery by other innocent co-insureds. ... Continue Reading
As attorneys and claims professionals we are all familiar with the day to day workings of Georgia's State and Superior Courts: the system of complaints, answers, motions practice, written discovery, depositions, jury trials and a "final resolution" on the merits ... Continue Reading
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