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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A deposition is a formal question and answer process that occurs under oath. The lawyers for the defendants have the right to ask you ask questions about how the truck accident happened and about your claim for damages. Conversely, you have the right to question all the defendants and any witnesses about how the accident…Read More
After an accident or incident that causes you harm, you are likely searching for an Atlanta personal injury lawyer who suits your needs and can secure the best possible outcome for your claim. A consultation is a great opportunity to get to know your attorney and for them to get to know you and learn…Read More
The more time babies spend in one position on their backs, the more likely they are to develop a flat spot on back of their heads. However, pillows designed with an “indent or hole in the center” intended to cradle a baby’s head as they sleep on their back are not safe, have no proven…Read More
A hemorrhagic stroke is where there is bleeding in the brain. A person’s chances of experiencing a hemorrhagic stroke increase if they are over age 65, and have a personal or family history of stroke, uncontrolled diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoke, are obese, sedentary, or have a poor diet. According to the Centers…Read More
We all know the dangers of driving too fast, and speeding is a frequent cause of motor vehicle accidents. However, driving slower doesn’t necessarily mean safer, and super-slow drivers can cause accidents too. According to the National Motorists Association, federal and state studies have consistently shown that the drivers most likely to become involved in…Read More
Many people assume bigger highways are safer because they cut down on traffic congestion, but the exact opposite appears to be true. According to a study conducted by Nordic Road & Transport Research, wider roads lead to fewer accidents, and increasing the number of lanes will usually decrease the number of accidents, but if the…Read More
If you live in Savannah or anywhere else in Georgia, you are probably used to mild winters. The southern state rarely gets snow, with most inclement weather during winter related to rain. Trucks can pose risks even in good weather, and stormy winter weather makes them extra dangerous. Any semi-truck or big rig traveling through…Read More
There are many reasons to file a personal injury claim for injuries suffered from another individual’s or entity’s negligence, including motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, dog attacks, and medical malpractice. If you were recently injured in Georgia for negligence-based reasons, you must file a legal claim by a certain date or you may…Read More
A healthy pregnancy is naturally essential to any mother and child. Unfortunately, those who contract COVID-19 during their pregnancies, even as early as the second trimester, are at risk for severe symptoms. They are also in danger of unfavorable perinatal outcomes, such as preeclampsia and stillbirths. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…Read More
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that can occur for a variety of reasons, including those that fall under the “personal injury” umbrella. Vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, violent assaults, and construction site accidents are among the many reasons concussions happen. One of the lasting effects of a concussion is called…Read More