Jed Manton is committed to representing individuals and business that have been harmed by the actions of others. With a solid track record, Jed has helped numerous clients who have been seriously injured or who have lost a loved one obtain justice, while holding the wrongdoer accountable.
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It is no secret that construction workers have a difficult and hazardous job. They have to move and maneuver heavy objects, work from heights, and expertly handle dangerous equipment. Construction companies uses a variety of construction methods, and one of the more risky is known as tilt-up construction. While there are benefits to using this…Read More
Being able to file a lawsuit against a trucking company, and its insurance, after sustaining injuries in a truck accident is crucial for ensuring comprehensive compensation and holding all responsible parties accountable. This approach allows you to seek justice for your injuries and damages by pursuing claims against those directly involved in the accident and…Read More
Catastrophic injuries can have a profound and lasting impact on individuals, dramatically altering their lifestyle. From the physical and emotional toll to the long-term lifestyle adjustments, and the rehabilitation process, these injuries pose numerous challenges that demand attention and support. What are examples of common catastrophic injuries? Catastrophic injuries often result in permanent disabilities. To…Read More
If you’ve noticed more big rigs on the road lately, you’re not alone. All across the country, we’ve become more reliant on trucks to deliver goods than ever before. But a truck driver shortage, combined with increased online sales and ever-looming delivery deadlines, has made the roads less safe for everyone. To address a concerning…Read More
Our vibrant city of Savannah attracts visitors from all around the world. With Interstate Route-95 passing through the heart of our city, our tourist economy bustles with travelers either fleeing the cold northern winters or enjoying our beautiful summer weather. Having such an attractive town does carry hazards, though. As a destination city, vacationers and…Read More
Harris Lowry Manton LLP obtained a $35 million verdict in a lawsuit against the City of Milton for the wrongful death of Joshua Chang, a native son of Canton, GA. Josh was killed in a single-vehicle accident on Batesville Road – an accident that could have been avoided entirely if the City of Milton had…Read More
Semi-trucks are a common sight on major highways like I-16 or I-95. These large vehicles require special training and licenses to drive, and truck drivers must undergo drug testing regularly. Ideally, all drivers would be sober, resulting in negative drug tests, but that is not the case, especially last year. If you do end up…Read More
Most rear-end collisions are fairly simple. The vehicle in the rear caused the accident by following too closely to the car in front or by distracted driving. The damage to the vehicles normally indicates that a rear-end collision happened – the car that caused the accident is damaged in the front and the car that…Read More
Proponents of self-driving (autonomous) vehicles argue that these vehicles will be safer than cars with drivers because autonomous vehicles don’t have drivers who drive while distracted, fatigued, or intoxicated. They say drivers can work, play, or rest while their car is in motion. Opponents argue that self-driving cars are still no match for the human…Read More
Harris Lowry Manton LLP recently secured a $27 million verdict from a federal jury against Latium USA Trading LLC (“Latium”) and its driver, Michael Turner. Our client was awarded more than $4.5 million in compensatory damages and another $20 million in punitive damages, along with attorneys’ fees of $1.8 million. Partner Jed Manton served as…Read More