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Can I Sue My Landlord if I Was Injured in a Robbery on the Property?

  Shiver Hamilton handles injury-related claims against a landlord or property owner when someone is harmed as a result of a robbery. We do not take on missing items cases or those that do not involve injury.   No one ever wants to think that someone could break into their apartment unit and rob them. . . .

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Can I Sue My Landlord if I Was Hurt in a Shooting on the Property?

Unfortunately, homes are not always safe, particularly when the residents do not have total control over who is on the property, such as in apartment buildings. Sometimes the worst happens: a person might be shot and injured, even if they had nothing to do with the altercation or the person who shot the gun. When . . .

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

Once again, Shiver Hamilton has received the distinct honor of having multiple attorneys named as Top 100 Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters. Alan Hamilton and Jeff Shiver have both been included in the 2021 Georgia Top 100 Super Lawyers list, repeating the same honor they received in 2018, 2019, and 2020. Both have been named repeatedly as Super Lawyers, Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Georgia Trend’s . . .

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

Once again, Shiver Hamilton has received the distinct honor of having multiple attorneys named as Top 100 Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters. Alan Hamilton and Jeff Shiver have both been included in the 2020 Georgia Top 100 Super Lawyers list, repeating the same honor they received in 2018 and 2019. Both have been named repeatedly . . .

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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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