Ray and Bruce delve into the biggest legal stories from the headlines and give their takes on legal issues involved.

Who benefits from big payoffs in celebrity divorces? Who is responsible in an accident involving autonomous vehicles? What recourse do pelople have when they are the victims of faulty products or technology?

These two powerhouse Georgia attorneys will provide the answers!

Raymond Giudice

Ray has over 30 years of experience practicing law—as a prosecutor, a criminal defense attorney, and a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer. He puts his experience to good use fighting to protect the rights of people accused of crimes, and those injured through no fault of their own.

Ray is the founder and principal attorney of Raymond Giudice, P.C., one of Atlanta’s premier trial attorney firms. His team of knowledgeable and highly experienced trial attorneys is committed to providing adept and aggressive representation for people in the Atlanta area.

Bruce A. Hagen has represented clients since 1986 in a variety of personal injury matters. He has handled more than 6,000 personal injury cases for more than 10,000 clients. Some of the issues he handles include wrongful deathauto accidents, bicycle wrecks, bus accidents, cases involving brain injury or drunk driving, slip and falls, products liability, and related litigation and appeals.

Mr. Hagen has appeared on television and radio to discuss personal injury law and has been the featured speaker at dozens of legal seminars, including the recent seminar “Trying the Soft Tissue Injury Case in Georgia. He is a frequent guest on 680 The Fan and a regular contributor on both Atlanta Eats TV and Atlanta Eats Radio.

In addition, Mr. Hagen belongs to the Atlanta and DeKalb County Bar Associations, the State Bar of Georgia and the American Association for Justice. He also is a member of Georgia Personal Injury.com and a Champion member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Hagen has served as President of the Sandy Springs Youth Football and Cheerleading Association and as President of the North Springs High School Athletic Association. For 9 years, Bruce was “The Voice of North Springs Football” until he recently retired from his announcing duties.

A graduate of the University of Florida, Mr. Hagen earned his Juris Doctor from George Washington University. He is admitted to practice in the courts of Georgia, the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.