Jeff Shiver
For Every Wrong, the Law Provides a Remedy
October 18, 2017

By Jeff Shiver Ubi jus ibi remedium – For every wrong, the law provides a remedy.  Not in Saudi Arabia.   An article in the Wall Street Journal on Friday, September 29, 2017 covered a tragic fire where at least 10 people died, including a pregnant woman who leaped to her death from a window while […]

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Negligent Security – Why You Need an Attorney, Pt. 2
October 11, 2017

This is part 2 of our Negligent Security series. Please click here to read part one. Written by Daniel Beer. What security measures are considered “adequate” or “reasonable”? When it comes to the question of what security measures are considered “adequate” or “reasonable” for a certain property, one size does not fit all.  Not all […]

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Negligent Security – Why You’ll Need an Attorney Pt. 1
October 6, 2017

Written by Daniel Beer. What is negligent security law and why do you need an experienced attorney to pursue your claim? You may have heard of the phrase “negligent security,” but what does that really mean?  Under Georgia law, a property owner/manager is liable to a victim (or the family/representative of a victim) if a […]

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Hit Pedestrian: Who Has the Right-of-Way?
September 26, 2017

Hit Pedestrian: Who Has the Right-of-Way? By Brandon Smith Businesses and municipalities across the country are spending millions of dollars to construct more “walkable” city environments.  Research shows that people have a growing desire to live in communities with walkable access to work, shops, parks, and restaurants. In an age of ever-increasing distractions inside an […]

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Attorney Spotlight – Maggy Randels
September 20, 2017

The latest installment of the Shiver Hamilton Attorney Spotlight series takes a look at Shiver Hamilton trial attorney Maggy Randels. Maggy grew up in Nashville, Tennessee, where she was valedictorian of her high school class and captain of the mock trial team. She then attended Washington University (in St. Louis, not D.C. or Washington State!). […]

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