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Products Liability Lawsuit Sheds Light on Establishing Fault Under Georgia’s Apportionment Statute

November 11, 2013

This article was written by: Ryan B. Wilhelm for the Volume X – Issue 3 – 2013 of the Carlock Copeland newsletter.

The Supreme Court of Georgia recently held that a plaintiff’s complaint and other pleadings may be used as evidence to establish fault under Georgia’s apportionment statute. This opinion provides important guidance on how defendants may apportion damages to other parties or non-parties who may be responsible for causing the plaintiff’s damages. Read more from Carlock Copeland’s newsletter on: Products Liability Lawsuit Sheds Light on Establishing Fault Under Georgia’s Apportionment Statute.

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