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Successfully defeated the Insurance company’s motion for summary judgment, holding that the insurance company was a proper party defendant in a trucking case pursuant to Georgia’s Direct Action Statute O.C.G.A. 40-1-112 and 40-2-140, and must remain in case until final judgment or dismissal, where the Insurance carrier admitted it was liable to pay a verdict under its policy and where its insured trucking company maintained a self-insured retention pool, argued by the insurance carrier to be the primary applicable policy to the claim. McGill v. Am. Trucking & Trans., Ins. Co., 77 F. Supp. 3d 1261.
Plaintiff had taken his commercial truck in for an alignment at Defendant Commercial Truck Center. During this visit, Defendant employee improperly, negligently, and in violation of Defendant’s own policy and procedure, guided client onto an elevated alignment rack on the Defendant’s premise. After putting client in a dangerous height, Defendant employee forgot to bring client a necessary step ladder so that he could safely exit his commercial truck. Client could not physically see the ladder at issue beneath his truck, as the truck had flaring along the sides which blocked his view of the ground below. Because Defendant employee had negligently put client on the elevated alignment rack at issue, and then forgot to get the step ladder for the client falling approximately seven feet from the cab of his commercial truck to the hard-concrete floor of the service bay. As a result of this traumatic fall, client suffered severe personal injuries, including several broken ribs and multiple fractures to his pelvis.
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Slip and fall at the mall
DUI rear-end collision.
Defendant failed to maintain the lane and hit our client.
Client was hit in the head by closet organizer materials when Home Depot employee pulled materials down.
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While visiting Lowes the client was walking and slipped in water puddle on floor from a roof leak
Meeting people at Olive Garden to eat after being shown to the table the client proceeded to sit in the chair when the chair gave way and client fell to the cement floor.
Client fell at her apartments slipping on a defective step at an approach which is required to traverse to access her apartment breaking her leg.
Client was traveling on highway when traffic stopped and was hit from behind.
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