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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Georgia is in the middle of a prime planting season, which means the chances are good you will be sharing the road with farm vehicles. Tractors are heavy, oversized, and slow – and it is perfectly legal for them to be on the roads as long as they are being used for agricultural purposes. This…Read More
Some of the most tragic and terrifying catastrophes in the United States involved building and structural collapses. When engineering goes wrong, whether through negligence or improper design, lives can be lost and destruction can be immeasurable. From bridges to skyscrapers to apartment buildings, when a construction company or engineer takes shortcuts or fails to perform…Read More
Construction sites are one of the most dangerous places to work in Georgia and across the United States. It’s not surprising that so many injuries occur as heavy machinery, complex vehicles, and other hazards like nail guns, large equipment, and elevated work areas are plentiful on most worksites. Unfortunately in places like this, the injuries…Read More
How many times have we bumped our heads? It is hard to even count, because usually the bumps are so insignificant that they are not worthy of holding in our long-term memory. They might feel like they are not worth going to the hospital because they seem like such a small injury. It turns out…Read More
Over the last fifteen years, more than 70,000 children and teenagers died in car crashes in the U.S. These are disturbing numbers. This age group is disproportionately represented in fatal car crashes across the country, and Georgia is no exception. Studies have repeatedly shown that crash rates decrease steadily as driver age increases; there is…Read More
On October 19, 2021, demolition work on the Access Road bridge in Newton County led to tragedy as part of the bridge collapsed into the Yellow River. Three workers fell into the river; two workers were critically injured, and the third worker died. The bridge is labeled “structurally deficient,” and is being replaced with a…Read More
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) is following up on a November 2020 recall of Chevrolet Bolt EV vehicles with a warning to current owners of some models manufactured between 2017 and 2019. Owners are being told to park these vehicles outside and away from their homes because of a potential fire risk. According…Read More
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are often caused by motor vehicle accidents, slips and falls, construction incidents, and incidents that cause a forceful blow to the head. Victims often require a lifetime of medical care with different types of medical providers, including doctors and therapists. Many TBI patients suffer physically, emotionally, and cognitively. According to the…Read More
It is the worst call a parent can imagine. A hospital, the police, or another authority phones to report that your teenager has been killed. In an instant, your dreams are shattered. In an instant, you are thinking double thoughts. For every memory of your child’s first words, first day of school, first car, first…Read More
The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area near Atlanta, Lake Lanier, the Savannah River, and the Savannah Harbor are popular places to spend the day on a boat. During the warm weather months – and even during a good part of the spring and fall – the rivers, lakes, and streams in and around Georgia are…Read More