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Colleen  E. Callaghan


General Liability
Medical Malpractice
Rideshare Litigation


  • University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., 2016, cum laude
  • Hamilton College, B.A., 2011


  • Georgia, 2016
Colleen E. Callaghan
Tel: (404) 410-8561
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  • Summary Judgment Obtained in Premises Liability Claim

    Colleen Callaghan, working alongside Andrew Bagley, recently obtained summary judgment in a premises liability claim involving a neurologic injury.

  • Summary Judgment Obtained in Premises Liability Case

    Andrew Bagley and Colleen Callaghan recently obtained summary judgment in a premise liability lawsuit. The case involved allegations that a patron was injured in a restaurant when a chair fell onto his body.

  • Summary Judgment Obtained for an Amusement Park

    Andrew Bagley and Colleen Callaghan obtained summary judgment for an amusement venue in case involving alleged hand injuries that occurred during the operation of an amusement park ride.

  • Summary judgment in active shooter case

    Dan McGrew, Sam Britt, and Colleen Callaghan obtained summary judgment for a private security contractor in a case involving an active shooter situation at the attacker’s commercial workplace.

  • Voluntary dismissal of rideshare driver

    Obtained voluntary dismissal of rideshare driver following the filing of a motion to dismiss showing plaintiff’s complaint failed to state a claim against the driver under which relief could be granted.

  • Dismissal for Georgia orthopedist

    Obtained dismissal in medical malpractice case for a Georgia orthopedist after successfully showing the plaintiff’s claims sounded in medical malpractice and that the plaintiff failed to file a sufficient affidavit in compliance with O.C.G.A. § 9-11-9.1.

  • Voluntary dismissal in premises liability action

    Obtained voluntary dismissal of corporate client and corporate executive in premises liability action in which we were able to show the corporate defendants were not proper parties under the theories of apparent or ostensible agency or joint venture.

  • Dismissal for Athens infectious disease doctor

    Obtained a dismissal affirmed by the Georgia Court of Appeals for an Athens infectious disease doctor and nurse practitioner for Plaintiff’s failure to state a claim and for insufficient expert evidence to support the professional negligence claim. The Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s dismissal holding that plaintiff’s medical negligence claims, indeed, lacked the required expert support and that the plaintiff failed to present sufficient factual allegations to sustain her claims.

  • Dismissal for client in automobile litigation, statute of limitations

    Obtained dismissal for client in automobile litigation matter based upon failure to diligently pursue service such that the date of service would relate back to the date of filing. Judge agreed that plaintiff’s complaint was barred by the statute of limitations because plaintiff made no efforts to pursue service of the Summons and Complaint upon client for over five (5) months after the statute of limitations had expired.