Verdicts & Settlements

Woman chasing ex-husband loses slip-and-fall lawsuit

After initial mistrial, Jonesboro hotel cleared of liability in accident stemming from rainy day row

, Daily Report


Given that the details of a recently concluded Clayton County slip-and-fall trial were, in the words of the winning lawyer, "worthy of The Jerry Springer Show," it may be appropriate that the whole mess started with unpaid alimony.

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  • Lulaine

    Sometimes plaintiffs shoot themselves in the foot when it comes to these cases. Plaintiffs have to remember not to get greedy and focus on what is going to help them get better. Sometimes rage and anger overwhelm the logical and reasoning that it drives the case and the plaintiff has a good shot of losing and sometimes they do.

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