Articles & Publications

Resources from Our Savannah Personal Injury Lawyer

The following articles and publications are authored or co-authored by Brooks Law Office founder Attorney Eugene “Gene” C. Brooks. He offers his insight, knowledge, and over 35 years of professional experience to clients who have been seriously injured in a number of accidents or work-related incidents.

Read more then call (912) 348-5188 to schedule your free in-person consultation.

A Rule Needing Limits: The “Right for Any Reason” Rule

Article from “Verdict” magazine (with Gini Lynn Jenkins) (Summer 2011)

Auto Insurance 101 (PowerPoint)

A primer on auto insurance coverage by Gene Brooks, Brooks Law Firm

Cross-Examination of a Functional Capacity Evaluation

Seminar presented to the Southern Trial Lawyers Association (2003)

Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and the Learned Intermediary Doctrine

Seminar transcript

Discovering the cause of a drug’s defect

Article from “Trial” magazine (with James Farley and James Everett Shipley, Jr.) (Nov 2008)

Epidemiology for the Trial Lawyer

Article from “Verdict” magazine (Winter 1998)

Evidence In Soft Tissue Cases

Seminar presented to the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association (Jul 1998)

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act (FMCSA) – Proof of Negligence Per SE

Seminar presented to the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association (Jul 2005)

Learned Treatises Can Be Effective Trial Tools

Article (with Michael K. Mixson)

Opening Statements

Seminar presented to the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association (Sep 2003)

Opiates In Litigation: Risk of Death and Addiction

Article discussing legal issues surrounding risk of addiction and possible death from Oxycontin, Methadone, etc.

Toxic Mold Litigation

Seminar presented to the Savannah Bar Association (Jan 2003)

Voir Dire – What Are They Thinking?

Seminar presented to the Georgia Trial Lawyers’ Association re: Auto torts (Aug 2006)

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