Congratulations to our 2020 College Scholarship Program winner, Lauren Newman, creator of Kalah! Our 2020 Litner + Deganian scholarship finalists included Cynthia Andujar, Addison Stone, and Amari Tillman. Thank you to all who submitted entries. Best of luck as you enter school this fall! Read more about the Litner + Deganian College Scholarship Program here.
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At Litner + Deganian, our Atlanta personal injury attorneys are committed to helping you and your family receive the compensation you deserve during this stressful time. Whether your situation involves a car accident, truck accident, or workers compensation, the Atlanta personal injury attorneys at Litner + Deganian are continually providing resources for you on our blog below. We’ve helped many clients just like you around Atlanta—in Druid Hills, Virginia Highland, Morningside, Lenox Park, Ansley Park, Emory University, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Dunwoody, Stone Mountain, and more. Read on to learn how to get the help you deserve. Better yet, get started with a free consultation—we’re available 24/7 at 678.956.8500.
Litner + Deganian is pleased to announce that attorney Shea Schulman has been named a partner. Since joining Litner + Deganian in 2016, Shea has earned a reputation with his clients for his detail-oriented casework and his relentless pursuit of justice. He’s also caring and considerate—fitting right in with the firm’s focus on personalized relationships
Betsy Hernquist, a legal assistant with Litner + Deganian, entertained the idea of an eventual career in law throughout high school and college. But her fluency in German (she double-majored in the language, along with Political Science, at Albion College in Michigan), led her first to an exciting string of careers abroad. She lived in
Many families are changing vacation plans this summer—forgoing plane rides to far-off locales in favor of socially distanced road trips or visits to family members, campsites and off-the-track vacation rentals. But if you’re planning a trip, the last thing you want is for a car wreck to derail your plans, or worse, leave you or
Hanan Shifa, an accounting assistant with Litner + Deganian, was born in Ethiopia and moved to the United States in 2007. She graduates this summer from Kennesaw State with a degree in Finance, and she worked previously for a money transfer business. After the company she worked with was bought out by a larger firm,
Even in a car-heavy city like Atlanta, pedestrians are everywhere. And while traffic is down due to the pandemic, plenty of people are still out getting exercise, walking pets, or making their way to work. What can you do to stay safe, both as a driver and as a pedestrian? How to keep pedestrians safe
Taylor Payne, a legal assistant with Litner + Deganian, was born in Las Vegas and moved to Fort Stewart, Ga., as a child. She attended Georgia Southern University, where she studied criminal justice and sociology while also working as a server. After graduating in 2019, Taylor knew she wanted to work in the field of
Much of life has ground to a standstill during the COVID-19 pandemic. But, so long as people are driving to their essential jobs, grocery shopping or, in recent weeks, going out to some of Georgia’s opened businesses, car accidents will still happen. Unfortunately, now is a challenging time to face any health issue—let alone a
Life already feels upended after an accident. It can sometimes seem impossible to imagine eventually getting back to work, family and your social life as you recover from injuries. Now, with the COVID-19 pandemic and our state stay at home order, a return to normal may seem even more distant. Your accident-related medical appointments may
Leah Hahn, a case manager with Litner + Deganian, was born and raised in Atlanta. After earning her degree in reproductive health policies from Hampshire College in Massachusetts in 2018, she made her way back home. She’d worked in restaurants and as a research assistant at Emory, but she felt like law could be a
Dear clients and friends, It’s no secret that coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly throughout the U.S. The health and safety of our team and clients are our primary concerns, so we’re making a change in the way we conduct business. We will still be working diligently on your case, but instead of visiting with you
Springtime in Atlanta is here, with warmer temperatures, blooming flowers and—let’s face it—a pollen count that’s constantly climbing. But while spring means more chances to enjoy the outdoors, it creates a few new driving challenges as well. Here are our tips to stay safe—whether you’re navigating in-town roads, hitting the highway or headed out of