Shiver Hamilton Announces Matching Donation of $100,000 for Bahamas Relief

Atlanta based law firm, Shiver Hamilton, LLC announced a $100,000 matching donation for relief efforts currently underway in the Bahamas today. The donations will go directly to victims of Hurricane Dorian, which ravaged the northern island chain in the Bahamas known as the Abaco islands. Many victims are homeless and have no access to fresh . . .

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Shiver Hamilton Attorneys Named Top 100 Lawyers in Georgia for Second Consecutive Year

Once again, Shiver Hamilton has received the distinct honor of having multiple attorneys named as Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters. Alan Hamilton and Jeff Shiver have both been included in the 2019 Georgia Top 100 Super Lawyers list, to be released on February 7th, 2019. This honor is extremely competitive, with only 2.5 percent of . . .

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Shiver Hamilton Attorneys Named Super Lawyers

Congratulations to Shiver Hamilton attorneys for being named “Super Lawyers” by Atlanta Magazine and Super Lawyers rating and directory organization. Alan Hamilton, Jeff Shiver and Marla Eastwood were selected as Super Lawyers. Daniel Beer and Scott Campbell were selected as Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” Jeff Shiver received the additional recognition of being selected a “Top . . .

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Attorney Spotlight – Maggy Randels

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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2016: A Year in Review

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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