Steve Lowry is an award-winning litigator who has secured record-setting jury verdicts on behalf of his clients. A passionate advocate for individuals who have been harmed by the actions of others, Steve has won numerous top 10 verdicts in Georgia.
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Moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can lead to lasting and profound changes, significantly impacting daily life for victims and their families. Considering that these changes can be life-long, it makes sense to treat and evaluate the repercussions of TBI as you would any chronic disease. Even if a TBI victim is promptly hospitalized…Read More
Following a spinal cord injury (SCI), patients and their families must be vigilant for complications. SCIs can significantly impact mobility and overall health, often requiring ongoing medical care, rehabilitation, assistive devices, and lifestyle adjustments. However, inadequate care by hospital staff can worsen the patient’s condition, potentially leading to severe complications such as sepsis. Effective management…Read More
Atlanta grapples with a severe problem of reckless driving, marked by a record setting number of car accidents in recent years. Reckless driving, defined as willfully endangering others, encompasses behaviors like speeding, distracted driving, and road rage, among other dangerous behaviors. Are Atlanta roads more dangerous than ever before? The short answer is yes. Recent…Read More
Trucking plays a pivotal role in Georgia’s economy and transportation infrastructure. With its strategic location in southeastern United States, Georgia serves as a crucial transportation hub for the movement of goods across the region. Our state boasts an extensive network of highways and interstates, including major corridors such as I-75, I-85, and I-20, facilitating the…Read More
The healthcare industry in this country is in perpetual conflict with itself. On the one hand, it exists to help people when they are sick or injured, or in a vulnerable position. On the other, it exists to generate money. And it generates a lot of money. In 2021 alone, healthcare spending accounted for 18.3%…Read More
The Takata airbag issue is once again rearing its ugly head, this time with the 2003 Dodge Ram 1500. The NHTSA is issuing a critical “DO NOT DRIVE” alert for these vehicles, noting they were recalled in 2015. However, roughly 84,000 vehicles remain unrepaired, and the NHTSA states that anyone driving an unrepaired Dodge Ram…Read More
The physical and emotional aftermath of an injury can be a lot to deal with. Similarly, the legal side of your personal injury can be equally stressful. When pursuing a personal injury claim, a crucial aspect is proving the scope of damages for which you will be compensated. To successfully navigate the legal system and…Read More
In our beautiful city of Savannah, the opportunities for exploration and adventure are all around us. But whether on the job or finding your new adventure around town, we are all susceptible to unexpected injuries. Experiencing an accident can be a distressing experience leaving you with physical, emotional, and financial burdens. If you recently suffered…Read More
An electronic logging device, or ELD, is installed in a commercial truck to record how long a driver has been on the road. Not every truck has them – any truck manufactured before 2000 won’t have the system in place; neither will certain types of vehicles or short-haul trucks – but most commercial vehicles used…Read More
Savannah is a VERY pedestrian-friendly city. Millions of people visit Savannah each year for its history, its parks, and its cobblestone roads. The historic districts include the Savannah Historic District, the similarly named but different Savannah Victorian Historic District, the Cuyler–Brownsville District, Pin Point Historic District, Ardsley Park–Chatham Crescent Historic District, and the Thomas Square…Read More