Appellate Litigation is a specialized area of practice, distinct from trial-court litigation, that requires its own set of skills and experiences. Drafting effective appellant briefs and persuading appellate judges requires expert legal reasoning and writing skills. Mr. Scott has litigated state and federal appeals throughout Georgia in cases covering an array of subject areas, including contracts, torts, and constitutional law—and numerous areas in between. On occasion, Mr. Scott consults with and provides strategic advice to clients on potential appellate issues even before a case reaches the appellate stage.
The sense of injustice felt from an untimely and possibly preventable death of a love one can be difficult to bear, not to mention the financial strain and emotional toll resulting from the loss. Nothing will ever replace your loved one but we are here to help bring some measure of justice for your loss. Claims wrongful death can result from a variety of difference circumstances including, but not limited to, the following:
Nursing Home Negligence
Intentional torts like assault and battery
Business Contract Disputes
Generally, business contracts are entered into with the best of intentions with both parties expecting to benefit from the contract. But unfortunately, it is all too common that one party does not do what they agreed to do whether because they overpromised and underdelivered, the circumstances changed, or because they intentionally decide to violate the terms. In any event, expectations have not been met. And in some cases, there may have never been a true understanding of each parties rights and responsibilities under the contract to begin with. These types of disputes can become difficult, if not impossible, to resolve yourself especially when there has been a deterioration of the business relationship. For the past 10 years, Mr. Scott has litigated dozens of contract disputes against individuals, businesses and insurers. To have the best chance of recovering for your breach of contract claim, contact our office today for a consultation by filling out our online form or calling (770) 480-0018.