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When is a $150,000 Atlanta Personal Injury Settlement Disappointing?

Personal injury claimants are usually very excited with $150,000 settlements. However, if the injured party’s medical expenses meet or exceed $150,000, then even a $150,000 settlement is disappointing.  This is exactly what happened in a recent Atlanta personal injury lawsuit, Eric L. Young v. Kenneth D. McCurty (Case Number 20135V-0168).  

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Personal Injury Attorney John De Foor, II joins the Griffin Law Firm

John M De FoorNew Attorney Addition The Griffin Law Firm is excited to announce that attorney John De. Foor, II, has recently joined our Atlanta personal injury law firm.  Attorney De Foor will head up our personal injury and       wrongful death litigation department.  His vast legal experience has included being a criminal prosecutor,

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Personal Injury Verdicts can be reduced if the plaintiff is negligent

Personal injury plaintiffs have the burden of proof to prove that the defendant was negligent before a jury can consider the damages.  In auto accidents many times the liability is clear and one driver is cited with a traffic violation and the other is not.  However, defense attorneys will always argue that the plaintiff was negligent if the facts support this allegation.  

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