Attorneys on either side of a personal injury complaint dismissed against a county government, sheriff and deputy sheriff are preparing to argue before the Supreme Court of Georgia after being granted writ of certiorari.
At issue is whether an ante litem notice informing of a plaintiff’s intent to sue a government entity is required under Georgia law in cases involving sheriff’s deputies, and if so, whether sending the notice to the county, as opposed to the sheriff directly, suffices.
‘An Improper Party’
L-R: John David Hadden of Hadden Law Firm, R. Walker Garrett of Morgan & Morgan and Ben F. Windham of Windham Law. (Photos: ALM and Courtesy)