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Posted by on July 7, 2020

Sam G. Nicholson Recognized in “Top Attorneys in Georgia”

Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys would like to congratulate Mr. Sam G. Nicholson for being recognized in "Top Attorneys in Georgia" - SuperLawyers 2020.
Posted by on June 8, 2020

The Georgia Legal Services Program has added five lawyers to its board of directors

The Georgia Legal Services Program has added five lawyers to its board of directors: Matthew Howell of Alston & Bird and Meghan Magruder of King & Spalding in Atlanta; Sam Nicholson of Nicholson Revell in Augusta; Nyonnohweah Seekie of The Seekie Law Firm in Macon; and Julia Sullivan of The Sullivan Law Firm in Savannah. https://www.law.com/dailyreportonline/2020/06/02/georgia-appleseed-taps-new-leader-and-other-on-the-move-news/
Posted by on March 23, 2020

Adam King of the Law Firm of Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys Speaks to John Patrick on WGAC’s Augusta Business Review About Medical Malpractice Claims

Adam King from the law firm of Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys talks with WGAC's John Patrick about Medical Malpractice claims. Nicholson Revell takes pride in representing those who may have been injured due to the negligence of others. Listen as Mr. King discusses how the severity of the injury impacts how a jury...
Posted by on March 10, 2020

Harry Revell of the Law Firm of Nicholson Revell Personal Injury Attorneys Speaks to John Patrick on WGAC’s Augusta Business Review About Hospital Liens

Have you been the victim of an injury due to the negligence of another?  As a result, have you received notice of a lien from a hospital or other medical provider?  The ability of our Courts to determine what are the reasonable and necessary charges billed to patients is currently under legal examination.  Changes could be on the way on how...
Posted by on March 9, 2020

What is assumption of risk and does it apply to your case?

A common defense raised by defendants in personal injury cases is that the plaintiff assumed the risk of his or her injuries and, therefore, should not be allowed to recover damages. If proven, this affirmative defense is an absolute bar to the plaintiff’s ability to recover damages. This makes it critical to fully understand...