Results

The best compliment an attorney receives is praise from a client. A client recently wrote after resolution of her case: “Thank you for all you did with my case. I greatly appreciate the sincerity you showed me and seeing it not as just another tally mark but as another human being needing your help.”

Another client wrote, “Thank you so much for all of your help. I really have an excellent attorney.”  A previous defense client wrote, “Thank you so much for your hard work and for settling the case against me… I will certainly keep you in mind for any future issues for myself or for anyone that may need an awesome attorney.”

The Vickery Law Firm strives to provide personalized service to its clients so each client feels similarly satisfied at the conclusion of a case.

SAMPLING OF RECENT RESULTS

  • $52,500 settlement for client injured in a trucking collision involving excessive speed and distracted driving.
  • Confidential settlement with grocery store for client injured when automatic entrance doors closed on him, resulting in head, back and lower extremity injuries.
  • $50,000 policy limits settlement for client injured in a rear-end automobile collision.
  • $100,000 policy limits settlement for victim of a brutal attack by two dogs.
  • Settlement of $72,500 for client injured in a rear-end automobile collision.
  • Confidential settlement with gas station for a fractured clavicle and lower back and hip injuries sustained by a truck driver when he slipped and fell in diesel fuel.
  • $50,000 policy limits settlement for client injured in a head-on automobile collision.
  • $27,500 settlement for bicyclist hit by a car that failed to yield in an intersection.
  • Obtained waiver of non-competition and non-solicitation restrictive covenants for executive leaving one consulting firm for employment with another firm.
  • Insurance policy limits settlement for client who was a rear seat passenger in a rear-end automobile collision.
  • Settlement of $40,000 for client who injured her neck, back and shoulder in an automobile collision while working as a medical transport driver.
  • Obtained settlements of multiple other auto collision and slip and fall claims.
  • Settlement for injury to minor child’s finger at a restaurant.
  • Settlement of breach of contract claim against former business partner who failed to pay insurance benefits and late fees pursuant to share purchase agreement.

REPORTED DECISIONS

  • Owens v. American Refuse Systems, 244 Ga. App. 780, 536 S.E.2d 782 (2000), certiorari denied October 27, 2000 – successfully argued the trial court properly granted summary judgment to the defendants on the plaintiff’s tort claim for spoliation of evidence, breach of contract based on promissory estoppel, tortious interference with contractual rights, intentional infliction of emotional distress and fraud.
  • Gay v. Georgia Department of Corrections, 270 Ga. App. 17, 606 S.E.2d 53 (2004), certiorari denied January 24, 2005 – successfully argued the trial court properly granted summary judgment to the defendants based upon sovereign immunity and because the plaintiff was not a third-party beneficiary of a service contract.
  • McCraney v. Chasse, 174 Fed. Appx. 473 (11th Cir. 2006) – argued the District Court erred in denying summary judgment to a Department of Juvenile Justice probation specialist because she was entitled to immunity and did not violate due process.
  • Battle v. Board of Regents for the State of Georgia, 468 F.3d 755 (11th Cir. 2006) – successfully argued the District Court properly granted summary judgment to the defendants on the plaintiff’s claims for retaliatory discharge and a violation of the federal False Claims Act.
  • Blue Moon Cycle, Inc. v. Jenkins, 281 Ga. 863, 642 S.E.2d 637 (2007) – successfully argued the trial court properly granted summary judgment to the defendants on the plaintiff’s claims for false arrest, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution.

Case results depend upon a variety of factors, and each case is different.  These prior results do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome.