She is built to specifications to fit the man physically, soulishly, and spiritually just as ('Ishah) (Adam's right woman) in the Garden.
So why worry, men or women, about having a right man or right woman?
When an action is brought under the Georgia Tort Claims Act against a State government defendant, even when the State entity is not the sole tortfeasor, the mandatory venue provision of O. ————- Ken Shigley is a past president of the State Bar of Georgia, past chair of the American Association for Justice Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway and Premises Liability Section, and a board certified civil trial attorney of the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Versions of this article were published by Ken Shigley as a president’s column in the Georgia Bar Journal (August 2011) and as the chairman’s column in the American Association for Justice Motor Vehicle Collision, Highway & Premises Liability Section Newsletter (Spring 2016). Son of a minister in another Southern state, he won admission to an Ivy League university but washed out during his first year and went home to complete college and law school.
In this case, even though the claims arose from medical treatment at a state hospital at Augusta in Richmond County, the plaintiffs had corrective surgeries and long hospitalization in De Kalb County.
The Lord Jesus Christ still creates the woman for the man.
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They provide an emotive trigger for word addition, word loss, phonological distortion and semantic shift.
It made all the difference in the value of the case. One illustration is that if a crash involving a state vehicle causes injury in County #1, the victim is transported to a hospital emergency department in County #2, then is transferred to a tertiary care hospital in County #3, and later dies in County #4, there may be venue under the statute in any of the four counties.
Earlier this year, the Georgia Court of Appeals published an important decision regarding venue in tort cases against state government. With 159 counties in Georgia, ranging from rural and conservative to liberal and urban, venue options are crucial.