DGL Attorneys At Law Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Personal Injury:

Personal Injury laws protect those who have been injured in an automobile accident, in a building owned by another party, or by a defective product. Insurance may cover the problems and issues relating to the injuries suffered by an individual. Often, individuals find it difficult to get full compensation for their injuries when dealing with insurance companies, and need legal assistance. This is especially true for complex cases, such as those involving medical malpractice claims.

Automobile Accidents:

A car accident, also referred to as a “traffic collision,” or a “motor vehicle accident,” occurs when a motor vehicle strikes or collides another vehicle, a stationary object, a pedestrian, or an animal. While some car accidents result only in property damage, others result in severe injuries or death. There are many factors that can contribute to car accidents, and sometimes such accidents have legal consequences.

  • Record-Setting $77.5M Verdict Medical Malpractice Case
  • $31M Verdict for Negligent Security Case
  • $25M Medical Malpractice Settlement
  • $23M Product Liability Settlement - Tire Tread Separation
  • $16.5M Verdict for Product Liability Wrongful Death Case
  • $11M Negligent Security Settlement
  • $10M Settlement in Trucking Case
  • $9.2M Truck and Motorcycle Vehicle Accident
  • $8.5M Settlement in Trucking Case
  • $8.5M Settlement for Negligent Security in Shopping Center
  • Automobile Accidents
    Automobile Accidents

    For years, Fulton County has been one of the highest-ranking counties in Georgia for automobile accidents.

  • Catastrophic Injuries
    Catastrophic Injuries

    You deserve maximum compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings, pain and suffering, and other losses.

  • Medical Malpractice
    Medical Malpractice

    While most healthcare providers strive to provide quality care for patients, medical errors are inevitable.

  • Negligent Security
    Negligent Security

    You may be entitled to compensation by filing a negligent security claim.

  • Personal Injuries Caused by Assaults
    Personal Injuries Caused by Assaults

    In Georgia, property owners and managers have a duty to maintain safe premises and warn visitors of potential hazards.

  • Premises Liability
    Premises Liability

    Whether you're visiting a restaurant, shopping center, swimming pool, or other third-party property, property owners are obligated to maintain safe premises in Atlanta.

  • Truck Accidents
    Truck Accidents

    Securing experienced representation is crucial to recover damages for medical expenses, treatment costs, lost wages, and other losses.

  • Wrongful Death
    Wrongful Death

    Pursuing justice in a wrongful death lawsuit can help victims take the first step toward healing and closure after a tragic accident.

Commercial Vehicle and Trucking Accident:

Trucking accidents are among the most serious and deadly accidents that occur on our nation’s roadways and highways. Sadly, all types of trucking accidents occur on a daily basis, often with catastrophic consequences. Truck drivers are required to follow the Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations, which govern the hours of work, driver training, and drug testing, among other things. In the event of a collision, the sheer size and weight of trucks as well as other large commercial vehicles can cause a tremendous impact on the individuals involved. This is especially true for occupants in passenger vehicles. Individuals often suffer catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, burns, paralysis and even death. Many of these types of injuries require lifelong care.

Medical Malpractice:

Most medical providers seek to provide good care for their patients. Sometimes, however, medical providers commit medical errors which can cause substantial injuries and damages. Medical malpractice is when a doctor or another medical professional – like a nurse or technician – does something or fails to do something that causes an injury or some harm to the patient. The mistake or omission can happen at any time during medical treatment. For example, your doctor may make a mistake diagnosing your illness, or he/she may not give you the proper treatment or medication for that illness. The key here is the standard of care. This is the generally accepted method or methods used by other medical professionals in the area to treat or care for patients under the same or similar circumstances.

If you can prove your doctor didn’t follow or “breached” the standard of care for your particular medical problem, then the first step in proving a medical malpractice case has been established. Importantly, Georgia law requires that a patient have the testimony of at least one expert witness in the same area of specialty to show that the medical provider fell below the standard of care. However, it’s not enough that your doctor made some sort of mistake. Before a lawsuit can be filed, the individual must show that the mistake caused damage or further harm. 

If you believe you have been the victim of medical malpractice, call us for a free consultation.

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Premises Liability:

Premises liability law is the body of law which makes the person who is in possession of land or premises responsible for certain injuries suffered by persons who are present on the premises. An apartment complex, or a store has a duty to keep its premises safe and warn people on the property of potential dangers. When a person is injured by an unsafe condition, the landowner may be responsible. This could be a slip and fall on a hazardous area, or something as serious as being the victim of a violent crime.

Employment Discrimination:

An employer cannot discriminate against its employees on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, or national origin. Hostile work environments, harassment, and retaliation are all prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It is also illegal to discriminate in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, or the Family & Medical Leave Act.

Wage & Hour:

The federal overtime provisions are contained in the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Unless exempt, employees covered by the Act must receive overtime pay for hours worked over 40 in a workweek at a rate not less than time and one-half their regular rates of pay. Employees also must be paid at least the minimum wage for each hour worked. Employers may try to avoid this law by misclassifying employees as independent contractors, not keeping proper records of hours worked, or working employees off the clock. We have litigated claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act, including collective actions, involving overtime payments, minimum wages and worker misclassification.

Business Disputes:

A business dispute can occur in many ways. Usually, a business dispute arises between businesses when they disagree over the terms of a contract. A business dispute can also arise over property issues, shareholders’ rights, billing issues, executive compensation, or other disagreements. Many times partners or shareholders may disagree on the future of the business. Mergers or assets purchases may lead to disputes.

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