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Electric Scooter Rider Killed by Bus in Atlanta

A 37-year-old man named Brad Alexander was struck and killed by a CobbLinc bus while riding an electric scooter in Midtown Atlanta, making it the second electric scooter accident death in the city. Law enforcement believes the bus driver was turning right when they hit the victim on Peachtree Street, leaving the victim trapped under . . .

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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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Can an Attorney Help if I Was Assaulted/Sexually Assaulted at an Apartment Complex?

Being sexually assaulted, or otherwise physically assaulted, is one of the worst experiences a person could be forced to endure. What is a person to do after they have been assaulted at an apartment complex? Regardless of whether the assault happened within the unit, in a common area such as a lobby, or outside the . . .

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Security Responsibilities of a Landlord/Property Management Company

Landlords have a responsibility to their tenants to provide a safe environment and protect them from crime that could occur on the property. When conditions are not safe enough to protect tenants from foreseeable harm, they could be considered negligent and held liable for contributing to the unsafe premises. Unfortunately, the due care that landlords . . .

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Can I Sue my Landlord if I Was Robbed on the Property?

No one ever wants to think that someone could break into their apartment unit and rob them. Or that they could be approached by a criminal and robbed while they were simply crossing the parking lot of their building trying to get into their home. Unfortunately, it happens all too often. While victims may initially . . .

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