Grady Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia


My best friend, Donnie Johnson, living in Lithonia, Georgia, has died.

Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Ga, took a healthy, 64 year old male, with a hernia issue, ignored the hernia issue, put him on a ton of other medications, claiming not to know what was wrong with him, and now, after many months, has finally killed him.

I hope everyone who had their hand in the situation is happy!

Donnie, may God hold you in the palm of His Hand….You are sorely missed!

What is the Statute of Limitation for Legal Malpractice Cases In Georgia?


Georgia Malpractice Statute of Limitations, a Quick Reference Guide

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It has been considered fairly settled law in Georgia that the statute of limitations for legal malpractice type claims was either four or two years, depending on the type of damages being sought.

If the plaintiff seeks to recover general damages, emotional distress, or punitive damages, then the statute of limitations is two years as these are tort types of damages.  If the plaintiff seeks damages to reputation, the limitations period is one year.  If the plaintiff was trying to recover simple damages proximately caused by the breach of the standard of care, then the statute of limitations was considered four years pursuant to Georgia’s breach of implied promises limitations period, OCGA 9-3-25.  Cheeley v. Henderson, 197 Ga. App. 543, 547, 398 S.E.2d 787, 791 (1990), revd on other grounds, 261 Ga. 498, 405 S.E.2d 865 (1991) (applying a two-year limitations period to certain tort claims and a four-year limitations to…

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