As a trial lawyer in Atlanta focusing primarily on trucking cases, I rejoice with my friends when they do well and commiserate with them when they fall short.
My father-in-law’s most affectionate comment about his children and grandchildren is that we are "reasonably adequate" — stated with a twinkle in his eye. Those who know him realize that this understated compliment is actually the highest praise.
Some of my friends have won "reasonably adequate" jury verdicts this week.
Business fraud case in Dothan, Alabama – $13.8 million jury verdict.
In federal court in Dothan, Alabama, Bill Stone of Baxley,