Hamilton, Hubert E.
Our mission is to provide high quality, effective legal representation to accident victims in cases involving catastrophic or serious personal injury or death, including truck wrecks, automobile accidents, construction site accidents and industrial accidents, as well as Georgia workers' compensation claims, Tennessee workers compensation claims, and Social Security disability claims, emphasizing personal attention and service to our clients and their families. Our years of trial experience have helped recover millions of dollars in actual settlements and judgments for clients and their families.Read less
Taking Advantage of Apportionment of Fault and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Non-Party Fault in Trucking Cases, Catastrophic Commercial Vehicle Cases Seminar, March 2013, Institute of Continuing Legal Education
Comparing Georgia and Tennessee Workers’ Compensation, Advanced Workers’ Compensation Seminar, July 2012, Sterling Education Services
CaseMap and TextMap in Plaintiff’s Practice, Technology Workshop, March 2008, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
Practicing Law After SB3, It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again! March 2005, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
MSA’s and Settling Future Medical Care in Tennessee Workers Compensation Cases Using a MSA – Don’t Sell Your Client Short! (Webinar), Tennessee Association for Justice, June 19, 2014 - Present
"Nuts and Bolts Workers Compensation” Seminar, (Co-Chair), Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, March 1, 2002 - Present
Identifying Issues and Building a Winning Case: Start at the Very Beginning – Don’t wreck your case by forgetting the fundamentals, case intake, investigation and discovery, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, 1994 - Present
Life After No-Fault: The Unholy Triumvirate: Collateral Source, Set-Off and Subrogation, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, October 1, 1991 - Present
Proof of Liability and Damages: Slip and Fall – Getting the Six Figure Verdict, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, 1988 - Present
J.D., Doctor of JurisprudenceVanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1973
B.A., Bachelor of Arts
Honors: cum laude
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