Preventing Unsafe Premises: Technology to Enhance Security
March 6, 2017

Existing Technology to Enhance Security As discussed in our last blog on premises liability, landlords in Georgia have a duty to exercise ordinary care to protect tenants from foreseeable risks of criminal activity.  This can mean providing reasonable security measures such as appropriate lighting, security cameras, security guards, controlled access gates, and fencing, strike plates, reinforced […]

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Premises Liability Law & Property Owners in Georgia
January 19, 2017

When property owners invite others onto their property, they have obligation under Georgia law to take reasonable steps to make their properties safe.  This doesn’t mean that a property owner has to eliminate all risks, but that he must exercise ordinary care to protect those he has invited onto his property from unreasonable risks that […]

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Alan Hamilton
2016: A Year in Review
December 20, 2016

Shiver Hamilton’s Year in Review As 2016 comes to a close, Shiver Hamilton reflects on another year of representing injured victims and families who have lost loved ones in tragic incidents. Our clients turn to us in times of incredible hardship, and we are honored that these clients trust us with what is likely the […]

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Impact of Autonomous Vehicles in the Trucking Industry
November 16, 2016

The auto industry has been discussing self-driving (or “autonomous”) cars for years, but it has long seemed like a futuristic concept that would take many years to become a reality. However, as prototypes of autonomous vehicles have begun to hit the roads, questions about the logistics of these vehicles are arising. What role will autonomous […]

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Attorney Spotlight – Daniel Beer
October 12, 2016

The next installment of the Shiver Hamilton Attorney Spotlight series takes a look at Shiver Hamilton trial attorney Daniel Beer. Daniel grew up in Marietta, Georgia, and graduated from Sprayberry High School, where he was Class President and captain of the soccer team. From there, he went to the University of Georgia, where he majored in Political […]

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