One of the nation’s top trial attorneys, Jeff Harris is an award-winning litigator who handles high-profile, complex cases across a wide variety of practice areas. He excels at securing justice for clients who have been seriously injured or killed, holding responsible parties accountable for their actions as well as their negligence.
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General Motors (GM) is facing a colossal recall of over 20 million vehicles due to potentially hazardous air bag components. This serves as a stark reminder of the importance of staying informed about recalls and addressing them promptly to ensure safety on the road. Fortunately, for those affected by this recall, there’s hope in the…Read More
The potential for accidents with dire consequences looms large when sharing Savannah roads with semi-trucks. Among the myriad factors contributing to these accidents, drug and alcohol use among truck drivers is a prominent concern. Truck drivers grapple with a multitude of challenges, as highlighted in research by the American Addiction Centers (AAC). This study reveals…Read More
As Atlanta grapples with surging truck traffic, the risk of accidents increases every day. While many truck accidents stem from driver negligence, not all incidents can be attributed to human error. When a collision involves a commercial vehicle plagued by a defective component, victims may pursue product liability claims. These claims shift responsibility to manufacturers…Read More
Chatham County is poised to receive significant funding to tackle railroad crossing congestion, a long-standing concern for residents and commuters, made possible by federal support from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. According to the Savannah Morning News, the project’s initial phase, focused on planning and development, will receive a total investment of $4.67 million. This funding…Read More
Permanent paralysis, often caused by injuries to the spinal cord suffered from automobile accidents, medical malpractice or defective products, is an incurable condition. While there are forms of paralysis that are temporary, permanent paralysis not only affects a person’s ability to walk or move but affects many other parts and organs of the body as…Read More
Harris Lowry Manton LLP hosted the 10th Annual First Responders Appreciation Luncheon on Friday, September 15th at Daffin Park in Savannah. This is one of our favorite events, because it gives us a chance to say “thank you” to the folks who keep our community safe. Between 11:00am and 1:00pm, first responders could come by…Read More
Train accidents can have serious consequences, impacting not just the people directly involved but also the surrounding community. Whether it’s due to human error, missing signage, mechanical issues, or other factors, these accidents can lead to severe injuries and financial hardships. When you’re up against the train companies or even the government, filing a lawsuit…Read More
We all know how hot it gets here in Savannah in the summer. It is no wonder why so many of us have pools, or go to the beaches to cool off. Over the years, the number of drownings has slowly decreased, but recently, this decrease has come to a standstill. With this in mind,…Read More
There is no doubt that technology has brought us into a new age. Technological improvements have always simplified human tasks, whether for the better or worse. As the automotive industry evolves and embraces autonomous driving technologies, the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) equipped with advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) has become a topic of concern, especially…Read More
Atlanta residents who experience an injury can face profound negative effects in their daily life. The physical pain and suffering are clear, but the emotional toll can be a silent challenge for victims. Coping with the aftermath of a personal injury requires resilience, support, and effective strategies for managing stress and anxiety. Outside of a…Read More