The 5 Most Common Types of Wrongful Death Cases

Posted on March 29, 2022 in
In order for a civil wrongful death claim to be successful, it must be shown that a person lost their life due to the careless, negligent, or intentional actions of another individual or entity. There are various parties that may be able to file these claims in civil court, and family members are often...
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How to Prove Fault for a Wrongful Death Claim in Georgia

Posted on February 17, 2022 in
Determining fault in the aftermath of a wrongful death incident is a challenging process. It is crucial for us to point out how important it is to have legal assistance as you go through filing a wrongful death claim. Determining fault involves using significant resources to investigate the incident that caused the death, and...
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Georgia’s Wrongful Death Statute

Posted on February 17, 2022 in
Losing a loved one is an incredibly emotional and draining experience. If your loved one lost their life due to the careless or negligent actions of another individual or entity in Georgia, you will likely be able to recover compensation for your losses. Here, we want to discuss Georgia's wrongful death statute so you...
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Super Lawyer 2022 Awards

Posted on February 12, 2022 in
The latest Annual issue of Super Lawyers 2022 can be found here. For the 8th year in a row, Julie Oinonen, of Williams Oinonen LLC, was named as a Georgia 2022 Super Lawyer. Only 5 percent of the lawyers in each state are named to Super Lawyers each year. Our practice encompasses all plaintiff’s side...
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Breaking New Developments In Race Discrimination Case Featured On Television News

Posted on December 3, 2021 in
Another Williams Oinonen LLC's race discrimination case featured breaking new developments on the six o'clock evening news. Ms. Oinonen was quoted stating: "Race discrimination is a systemic issue facing African American educators all over Georgia who are being subjected to overt and explicit discrimination. In Dr. Madison's case, he was threatened with lynching and...
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Race Discrimination and Retaliation in the Workplace Results in a Lawsuit

Posted on October 31, 2021 in
“We’re going to lynch you” is the threat that Dr. William Leamon Madison, a Principal at Colquitt County Schools in south Georgia received as part of the ongoing race discrimination and retaliation he was subjected to.  As a result, Williams Oinonen LLC filed a lawsuit alleging race discrimination and retaliation which can be read here...
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