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Georgia Supreme Court Weighs in on Discovery Dispute Over Reasonableness of Plaintiff's Medical Bills

On a very basic level, this case is merely a reaffirmation of the broad scope of discovery entitled to litigants but it should also help the defense side of the bar access the records of medical financing companies like ML Healthcare.

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When an Uninsured Motorist Carrier Answers in its Own Name, it Must Do So Within the Time Provided or Risk Default Judgment

It is established law in Georgia that when an insurance company is served with a complaint as the plaintiff’s uninsured motorist carrier, the carrier has the option of answering in the name of the defendant, answering in its own name (and raising policy defenses), or filing no answer at all.

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Georgia Supreme Court Sides with State on Amount of Loss Requirement for Pre-Suit Notices

In the 6-1 decision penned by Justice Carol Hunstein earlier this month, the High Court found that Myers could have provided the amount of her medical expenses known at the time of her ante-litem notice and simply stated that she was still undergoing treatment.

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