Edward Stabell

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Telephone:      (912) 634-0955
Facsimile:       (912) 638-9739
Email:             estabell@tosclaw.com

Edward R. "Ed" Stabell III - Partner

Practice Areas: Litigation; General Liability; Insurance Defense, Coverage and Bad Faith; Construction Defects; Products Liability; Trucking and Cargo; Automobile; Personal Injury; Toxic and Environmental Torts; Professional (E&O) Liability (Legal Malpractice, Design Professional Malpractice, Insurance Agent and Broker Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Funeral Directors Malpractice, and Directors and Officers Malpractice); First and Third Party Property Insurance; Subrogation; Local Government and Civil Rights Liability; Employment Law; Workers Compensation; Business Law; Bankruptcy;  Debtor and Creditor; Maritime Law; and Domestic Relations.

Admitted: 1992, Georgia; U.S. District Court, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Georgia; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court; Georgia Court of Appeals; Georgia Supreme Court.

Education: J.D., Walter F. George School of Law; M.A. (History), Valdosta State University; B.A. (History and German Language).

Studies Abroad:  University of Erlangen, Erlangen, Germany.

Bar Memberships:  State Bar of Georgia (Insurance and Bankruptcy Law Sections); Savannah Bar Association.

Other Memberships:  Defense Research Institute; Georgia Defense Lawyers Association; Claims and Litigation Management Alliance ("CLM"); Professional Liability Defense Federation.

Publications:  "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 Cases Claims," Georgia Defense Lawyers Association Law Journal (1995); Zinerman v. Burch:  Putting Brackets Around the Parratt Doctrine," Mercer Law Review (1991).

Biography:  Partner, Brennan, Harris & Rominger LLP (2000-2015); Current Chair, Insurance Coverage Law Committee, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association; Former Chair, Transportation and Automobile Insurance Law Committees, Georgia Defense Lawyers Association; Former Chair, Savannah Bar Associations Hot Topics Committee; Member, Transportation and Construction Law Committees, CLM; United States Department of Justice Award for Public Service; Member, Mercer Law Review (1990-1992); Academic Mentor to First Year Law Students, Walter F. Georgia School of Law, Mercer University; Phi Alpha Theta; University of Georgia's German Language Certificate.

Pro Bono:  Former Chair, Ardsley Park Neighborhood Association.

Born:  Marietta, Georgia, November 13, 1964.



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