Protecting the Livelihood of Physicians

Frances Cullen of Levy Pruett Cullen has defended the livelihood of professionals for more than 25 years, guiding them through the professional license application process and defending their license against potential disciplinary action or criminal charges. Here are just a few representative cases involving physician clients.

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DOT Not at Fault for Fatal Collision

Sixteen-year-old Plaintiff sued for his own personal injuries and for the wrongful death of his father and sister, after their vehicle rear-ended a tractor-trailer on I-75 north. Plaintiff argued that DOT’s failure to install a sign warning of a prior serious crash which caused a long unexpected queue of traffic constituted the proximate cause of Plaintiff’s crash.

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Olivia Lopez
Defense Verdict for DeKalb County Police Department

Plaintiff was a front-seat passenger in a vehicle driven by Robert Lamar, traveling north on Clairmont Road.  A DeKalb County police officer was driving southbound in a DeKalb County police unit on his way to back-up a fellow officer.  At approximately 2:30 a.m., Mr. Lamar attempted to make a left turn into an apartment complex across the southbound lanes of Clairmont and was struck by the police officer.

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DOT Entitled to Sovereign Immunity

Plaintiff was rendered a quadriplegic in a single car accident on a county road in Jones County. Plaintiff sued several Defendants, including DOT and Jones County, which before the crash, had entered into a series of contracts concerning the improvements of Griswoldville Road.

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Olivia Lopez
DOT Dismissed from Wrongful Death Case

Plaintiff sued for the wrongful death of her son who was struck by a vehicle as he crossed the state route in front of his home. Plaintiff alleged that DOT was responsible because construction caused the traffic to back-up, and that the traffic cue impeded the visibility of the driver who struck her son.

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Olivia Lopez
Defending Nurses Accused of Drug Diversion

In numerous cases when employers have fired nurses and reported them to the Georgia Board of Nursing for drug diversion, Frances Cullen of Levy Pruett Cullen has helped guide nurses to the appropriate drug treatment program, assisted them with the Georgia Board of Nursing’s investigation process, helped them locate an appropriate nurse advocate to advocate on their behalf before the Georgia Board of Nursing, and negotiated a more favorable outcome to monitor aftercare following completion of treatment.

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