Does Olohiye Ehimiaghe’s family have a potential premises liability suit against Ashley Gables Buckhead apartments?
Does Olohiye Ehimiaghe, the victim of the shooting at Ashley Gables Buckhead apartments have a premises liability lawsuit? Olohiye Ehimiaghe of Stone Mountain was fatally shot at Ashely Gables Buckhead apartments on East Paces Ferry Road on August 10, 2021. Does the family of the victim of the Ashley Gables shooting have a potential lawsuit? […]
Kurt Kastorf introduces the Georgia trial attorneys participating in GTLA’s LEAD program Georgia trial attorneys: Meet some of the rising stars in your field. Thank you to Verdict Magazine for letting me interview and introduce the 2020-21 members of Georgia Trial Lawyer Association’s LEAD class. Now beginning its eighth year, the LEAD Program serves to […]
$2+ Million for an unexpected U-turn in Muscogee County, GA Congratulations to Drew Ashby and Chase Swanson for obtaining more than $2 million from a Muscogee County jury on behalf of a man injured by a commercial flatbed truck when a car ahead in traffic made a sudden U-turn. Kastorf law caught up with Drew […]
Yesterday a bipartisan coalition of Georgia Senators tabled SB 415, a deeply flawed bill that would have harmed Georgians by undermining the civil justice system. That’s good news for Georgia. But we’re left with a lingering question. Why was the Georgia Association of REALTORS not only supporting this bill, but encouraging its members to do […]
Punitive damages are available for abusive litigation claims in Georgia. The Supreme Court of Georgia recently upended several decades of precedent in holding that litigants can seek punitive damages for a statutory abusive litigation claim. Read the ruling here. Call Kastorf Law if you have questions about how to interpret this opinion. The trial court rules […]
Kurt Kastorf is happy to report a nice victory in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit for Jeff Helms and his client, Michael Newcomb. Mr. Newcomb was picking up a delivery of corn at Spring Creek’s facility when one of its employers severely injured him with a forklift. The district court dismissed the […]