HPL In The News

Darren Penn Discusses Georgia Highway Trucking Tragedies and the Need for Congressional Action

GTLA Names Darren Penn as New President

Darren Penn, a partner at Harris Penn Lowry, has taken the helm of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association.

The Parents Sarah Jones, the ‘Midnight Rider’ Crew Member, File Wrongful Death Suit

Harris Penn Lowry partner Jeffrey R. Harris discusses with ABC’s 20/20 anchor Elizabeth Vargas the wrongful death claim filed on behalf of the parents of 27-year-old camera assistant, Sarah Jones. Jones was killed during the filming of Midnight Rider, a biopic on the life and career of Gregg Allman.  

Takata Corp. airbag recall reflects larger problems in automotive industry

Tokyo-based Takata Corp. learned some costly lessons when the delayed the recall of a product they knew was hazardous to the public. The defective parts of the product greatly impacted owners in coastal Georgia.

Verdicts Hall of Fame Winners Announced

The Daily Report and their sister publication VerdictSearch honored Harris Penn Lowry.

‘Midnight Rider’ Hairstylist Describes When Train Hit Her, Killed Fellow Crew Member

Hairstylist, Joyce Gilliard, speaks out about getting hit by a train and watching camera assistant, Sarah Jones, get killed in the accident. Attorney Jeff Harris took on the lawsuit filed by Jones’ parents.

Gregg Allman dropped from Sarah Jones lawsuit

Gregg Allman, famous musician, was dropped from the wrongful death lawsuit of Sarah Jones. Jones was a camera assistant killed on the set of “Midnight Rider.” Allman was a producer on the film.

Protect your children from defective products

Preventable injuries kill more than 1 million children worldwide each year. Countries can prevent child deaths by taking law enforcement and safety precautions more seriously.

First Responders Appreciation Day Held in Daffin Park

Harris Penn Lowry hosted a lunch for local law enforcement professionals, firefighters and EMTs. The law firm wanted to thank the first responders for keeping the community safe.

Recalls rock auto industry, shake consumer confidence

In 2014, 40 million vehicles have been recalled. General Motors leads the industry, with 66 individual recalls in the past year. As a result, 29 million GM vehicles were affected.