Who is Responsible if a Bystander is Hurt in a Police Chase?

Proving Negligence After a Car Wreck in Georgia: Officers Who Give Chase in a Reckless Manner May Be Responsible for Injuries In this series of articles on vehicular accidents and negligence per se, we’ve been talking about how the rules of the road can take the guesswork out of determining negligence after a car wreck. […]

Legal Guide: Obtaining Medical Records

Lawyer’s Guide to Obtaining Medical Records This article is written for personal injury attorneys.  As you already know, medical records are extremely confidential, privileged and private. Paralegals and attorneys in your office will become very familiar with your client’s personal life. It is imperative to enforce and mandate the highest standards of confidentiality regarding all […]

Proving Negligence After a Car Wreck in Georgia: People Riding Horses and Other Animals Must Follow the Rules of the Road

Rules of the Road for Horses The road can be a dangerous place, and using it carries certain responsibilities. When someone gets hurt in the course of getting from point A to point B, one of the first questions that comes up is whether that someone — or someone else — has failed to live […]

Georgia Legal Accelerator

Georgia Legal Accelerator Information Page This program is intended for attorneys who are currently shareholders or intend to open a law firm within the next three years.  You can complete the application here.  There is no charge to participate. Unlike other programs for lawyers, Georgia Legal Accelerator does not consist solely of legal pointers. Instead, […]

#GetTheW Free Swag

Free #GetTheW T-Shirt We would not be here without your support.  To help celebrate the launch of the Wetherington Firm, we would like to send you a t-shirt and some other fun items.  Please enter your contact information below and we will get a thank you package out to you as soon as possible.   […]

City of Conyers Bans Booting Over “Unreasonable and Exorbitant” Fines

Another Georgia City Bans Vehicle Booting The City of Conyers joins a growing list of Georgia communities to ban vehicle booting.  The Conyers City Council unanimously passed the ordinance with the support of Mayor Vince Evans, Police Chief Gene Wilson, and attorney Matt Wetherington. According to Conyers Police Chief Gene Wilson, the regulation of the […]

Wetherington Law Firm Gives Back to the Community

  The Wetherington Law Firm partnered with South Fulton Councilwoman Helen Willis and the City of South Fulton to help our underprivileged community members get a fair start in the upcoming school year.  We met hundreds of students and helped bridge connections between the students, the teachers, and community leaders who serve them.  Scroll down […]

Car Wreck Results in Confidential Settlement Over Policy Limits at Trial

This article is about Matt Wetherington’s efforts to get a catastrophic car wreck to trial as quickly as possible. It is also about a corporation and its insurance company’s efforts to delay trial by any means necessary. These tactics include backing out of signed agreements, late disclosure of evidence, and even allowing the at-fault driver […]

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