THE HAGEN ROSSKOPF BLOG

Bruce A. Hagen Featured In Spring 2016 Issue of The Verdict

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jul 28, 2016

14 Years in the Making: Justice Delayed but Not Denied The Spring 2016 issue of The Verdict features Hagen’s first-person retelling of a 14-year case. The article details a complicated, multi-car crash, the long investigation that followed and an ongoing...

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Hagen and Rosskopf is Proud To Sponsor the Tour de Cure Bike Ride

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jun 10, 2016

The Tour de Cure is a series of fundraising cycling events held in 44 states nationwide to benefit the American Diabetes Association. The Tour is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for everyone from the occasional rider to...

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Join Us At The Atlanta Cycling Festival

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jun 10, 2016

This weekend marks the beginning of the Atlanta Cycling Festival, a week-long celebration of bicycle culture that seeks to connect cyclists of all experience levels to the Atlanta Community. The event kicks off with the Great Atlanta Bicycle Parade followed...

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Tragic Bike Crash in Kalamazoo Reminds Us of Our Humanity

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jun 9, 2016

 While we don’t yet know the reason for the horrible tragedy in Michigan that occurred recently, we can be sure of a few things: multiple lives were ended, many more were forever changed, and still more will have to endure untold...

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2016 Georgia Trial Lawyers Conference

By Bruce A. Hagen | Jun 2, 2016

Last month, Bruce Hagen represented Hagen and Rosskopf at the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s Annual Convention. Held at the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta, the GTLA Convention offers attorneys legal education for up to 14 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. Bruce...

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A Tribute to Fallen Cyclist Dr. John Harsch

By Bruce A. Hagen | Apr 26, 2016

Another tragedy that proves that fatal bicycle crashes are not “accidents.” by Bruce Hagen A Man Died Today. I, Bruce, didn’t know him. So why am I so sad? John Harsch was killed doing something that he apparently loved. Riding...

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Historic ruling affirms NFL Concussion Litigation settlement

By Bruce A. Hagen | Apr 18, 2016

On Monday, April 18, 2016, the 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals issued an historic ruling affirming the settlement of the NFL Concussion Litigation.  The settlement had previously been approved by Judge Anita Brody of the District Court in Pennsylvania on...

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Atlanta’s Black Ice: How to document winter weather conditions after a car crash

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 28, 2016

Atlanta does not get many ice storms, but when ice storms do hit, the news is replete with car accident after car crash, as inexperienced drivers struggle with black ice and severe winter weather. The 2014 ice storm should remind everyone that,...

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Panthers, Broncos Players Did Not Return to Field after Concussions during Superbowl 50

By Bruce A. Hagen | Feb 25, 2016

An excited group of Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers fans packed into Levi’s Stadium for Superbowl 50 in Santa Clara, CA, this February. The crowd’s reactions were volatile as they watched the Broncos run roughshod over the Panthers for 24-10...

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Why You Need Uninsured & Underinsured Auto Coverage

By Bruce A. Hagen | Mar 31, 2015

Unfortunately, car accidents are far too common in the city of Atlanta. According to Allstate’s 2014 Best Driver Report, Atlanta is one of the most accident-prone cities in the United States. The relative likelihood (in comparison to the national average) that...

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