The Stabell Law Firm, LLC is a civil litigation and trial firm in Marietta, Georgia. Its Attorney/Owner, Edward R. Stabell III, has 30 years of litigation and trial experience primarily representing insurance companies and their insureds, but more plaintiffs in lawsuits. Edward R. Stabell, III is an Attorney/Owner of the Stabell Law Firm, LLC in Marietta, Georgia.
Mr. Stabell began his practice in Savannah in 1992, which is mainly focused in the areas of personal injury, insurance defense and coverage, transportation, construction, professional malpractice, complex property damage and arson, bad faith litigation throughout the State of Georgia, but also includes family law, complex commercial and bankruptcy litigation.
He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Georgia Defense Lawyer’s Association, and the Defense Research Institute. He has been a member of the Georgia Defense Lawyers Association, the Defense Research Institute, and the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (“CLM”) and Professional Liability Defense Federation, which are open to attorneys for membership by invitation only. He is admitted to practice in all state and federal trial and appellate courts in the State of Georgia and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.
He has given lectures and seminars on insurance coverage, bad faith and defense law to members of the Savannah Bar Association, the CLM, insurance companies, and other insurance industry groups. He has also authored or co-authored: “Insurance Coverage Update,” Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (2013); “The Current Status of Apportionment in Georgia: As Many Questions as Answers,” Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (2012); “2007 Insurance Law Update,” Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (2008); “Catastrophic Railroad Grade Crossing Accidents in Georgia: From the Commercial Motor Carrier’s Perspective,” Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (2001); “Settling Personal Injury Cases: Those Pesky Subrogation Claims,” Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (1995); and “Zinermon v. Burch: Putting Brackets Around the Parratt Doctrine,” Mercer Law Review, 1655 (1991).
Trial and Appellate Practice
Property Damage and Arson
Automobile Accident and Transportation Law
Insurance Defense and Coveragerofessional Malpractice
Civil Rights Governmental Liability
Business and Commercial Litigation
Representative Reported Decisions:
Mr. Stabell has an extensive list of reported decisions that can be readily accessed through legal publishers and online and an in excess of 90% success rate on appeal.
Website Link: https:www.stabelllaw.net
Address: USA, Georgia, Marietta, GA