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Attorneys
Andrew  M. Bagley

PRACTICES

General Liability
Medical Malpractice
Rideshare Litigation

EDUCATION

  • University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., 2012, cum laude
  • University of Georgia, B.A., 2008, cum laude

ADMISSIONS

  • Georgia, 2012
Andrew M. Bagley
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Tel: (404) 410-8451
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  • Dismissal of an Atlanta doctor

    Andrew Bagley recently secured the dismissal of his client, an Atlanta doctor, from a medical malpractice case on the basis that the plaintiff failed to perfect timely service.

  • Summary judgment for rideshare driver

    Andrew Bagley and Dan McGrew obtained summary judgment for a rideshare driver involved in a vehicle-to-pedestrian collision. Mr. Bagley and Mr. McGrew successfully excluded Plaintiff's liability expert and obtained summary judgment.

  • Dismissal for rideshare driver

    Andrew Bagley obtained a dismissal for his client, a rideshare driver, in a case involving alleged infliction of emotional distress. Citing Georgia authority, Mr. Bagley successfully argued that the Plaintiff's Complaint failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted.

  • Summary judgment for local Atlanta entertainment venue

    Andrew Bagley obtained summary judgment for a local Atlanta entertainment and amusement venue in case involving the alleged wrongful death of a patron. After completing extensive discovery, Mr. Bagley argued that the Plaintiffs lacked evidence of negligence or causation. The trial court agreed, and the case was dismissed as a matter of law.

  • State Court of Fulton County trucking accident case

    Heather Miller and Andrew Bagley tried an admitted-liability trucking accident case in the State Court of Fulton County. After deliberation, the jury returned a verdict that was significantly less than the Plaintiff’s final demand

  • Summary judgment in Chatham County

    Heather Miller and Andrew Bagley obtained summary judgment in Chatham County in a premises liability lawsuit on behalf of a client, a nationwide recycling company. The Court found that the Plaintiff assumed the risk of his actions, which warranted summary adjudication.