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Andersen, Tate and Carr is proud to announce attorney Trinity Hundredmark’s recent nomination for the Moxie Award, an award dedicated to honoring the contributions of women in the Gwinnett County, GA area.

The inaugural award is being hosted by the Gwinnett Leadership Organization for Women, an initiative developed by the Gwinnett Chamber. It recognizes organizations and individuals that have helped support the advancement of women in professional settings, as well as recognizing trailblazers in male-dominated fields.

The nominees are leaders in their field, and at the peak ...

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You may think that if a bar sells alcohol to a customer who then drives drunk, the bar is responsible if that person causes a car wreck.  However, this is not automatically the law in Georgia.  Instead, the law actually protects bars and restaurants from liability, except in limited circumstances. 

          The general rule in Georgia is that an establishment that serves alcohol to a customer is not liable for injuries caused by the customer, unless the injured party can show very specific facts

  1. The injured victim must prove that the establishment knew that the customer was either (1) underage or (2 ...
Posted in Personal Injury

With the rise of modern technology, we often hear unfortunate news stories about motorists being injured or killed by teenagers who are texting while driving.  This is certainly one of the most common ways that children injure others, and it raises the following question:   What are the circumstances in which a child’s parents are responsible for the conduct of that child?  It might surprise you to learn that in Georgia, such circumstances are actually quite limited.

          The general rule in Georgia is that parents are not liable for the negligent or intentional acts of their minor children ...

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