Speed Filter Lawsuits Against Snapchat Draw Media Attention

On May 25, 2019, Neff Injury Law, along with co-counsel Bondurant, Mixson & Elmore, filed wrongful death lawsuits against Snapchat on behalf of two families who had lost their sons in a Wisconsin car wreck.  The Complaint involved allegations that Snapchat was negligent in the design of its “Speed Filter.” The case continues to draw […]

Ninth Circuit Rules Against Snapchat in CDA Decision

On May 4, 2021, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the District Court’s dismissal of the Plaintiffs’ complaint on the grounds of Snapchat’s immunity under the Communications Decency Act, 47 U.S.C. § 230(c)(1).   Neff Injury Law and Bondurant, Mixson and Elmore filed suit against Snapchat on behalf of the surviving parents of boys […]

Neff Injury Law Obtains $825,000 Truck Wreck Settlement

On March 29, 2021, Neff Injury Law obtained an $825,000 settlement in a truck wreck case arising out of a collision between two tractor trailers near Savannah, Georgia.  After filing suit on behalf of their injured client, Neff Law discovered that the at-fault trucking company provided zero driver training and had discontinued using their safety […]

Cremer Attends U.S. Court of Federal Claims Vaccine Conference

On October 15, 2020, Partner Susan Cremer attended the 31st Annual Judicial Conference of the United States Court of Federal Claims (“USCFC”).  Susan handles vaccine claims for clients who have suffered serious adverse vaccine reactions. Susan also represents the families of those who have died as a result of a vaccine reaction. About the Conference […]


Neff Injury Law has recently been retained to represent a client who was sexually assaulted by a Boy Scout leader over a two-year period.  In February 2020, the Boy Scouts of America declared bankruptcy.  As part of that process, the bankruptcy court has created a deadline for claims related to sexual assault.  All claims must […]

Neff Discusses Voir Dire on “The Jury Thinks What?” Podcast

On September 10, 2020, Michael Neff spoke on jury selection on “The Jury Thinks What?” podcast.  Saul Gruber, a trial consultant and attorney, interviewed Mike about how to conduct voir dire, particularly in large cases. Having a fair and impartial jury is essential for our judicial system to work.  This is especially true when a […]

Adams Speaks at Atlanta Bar Association Breakfast


On September 11, 2020 Dwayne Adams spoke at the Atlanta Bar Association Litigation Section Breakfast Meeting.  Dwayne was a part of a panel discussion entitled “Litigation in the Age of Covid-19.”  Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, the Honorable Harold D. Melton as well as Judge Chris Brasher, Chief Judge of the Superior […]

Neff to Speak on Premises Liability for Trial Guides Webinar

Neff Trial Guides Webinar

On August 5, 2020 at 12:30 (EST), Michael Neff will speak on “The Nuts and Bolts of Premises Liability Cases,” in a webinar presented by Trial Guides.  Mike will walk through the difference between premises liability cases and car crash cases.  During the 90-minute premises liability webinar, Mike will share effective strategies for case intake […]

Neff Discusses $9 Million Alarm Monitoring Verdict in New Episode of “The Result”

On July 21, 2020, “The Result” podcast interviewed Michael Neff about the historic $9 million verdict against alarm monitoring company Monitronics.  “The Result” interviews top trial lawyers from across the country about one of their large verdicts or settlements.  The Case Against an Alarm Monitoring Company On “11/11/11,” a DeKalb County, Georgia jury rendered a […]

Neff Re-elected Secretary and Treasurer of AAJ Inadequate Security Litigation Group

Mike Neff, inadequate security and crime victim lawyer, re-elected to Secretary and Treasurer of AAJ’s Inadequate Security Litigation Group