High Court Clarifies Conditions Allowed in Settlement Demands by Motor Vehicle Accident Plaintiffs

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A divided Georgia Supreme Court on Monday ruled that plaintiffs reaching a settlement agreement with an insurer over a motor vehicle accident can require the performance of a specific action—in this case, the time-limited payment of the demand.

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  • ApT

    Motor vehicle *collisions*. Stop calling these accidents, as if there was nothing anyone could have done to prevent it. People can pay attention to the road, put their phone down, slow down or just drive more cautiously in general and these collisions could be avoided. I hate how they are constantly referred to as "accidents"

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