Butler Kahn Resolves Double Amputation Case:- Donkey Attacks Victim

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Anna-Maria-and-DarrenOur firm proudly represented Anna Maria Giacomi who was the victim of a horrific animal attack almost 2 years ago. Anna Maria was feeding a donkey on a commercial farm when the donkey grabbed her hand and dragged her into his enclosure. The donkey shattered the arm, bit into her limbs, and terrified Anna Maria. After being airlifted to a hospital, doctors failed to act in a proper medical manner which resulted in Anna Maria developing serious infections. She ended up having 11 surgeries in less than 2 months. On May 5, 2017 we resolved the case against the farm and its owners because they were responsible for what we call “negligent performance of a voluntary undertaking.” We are now exploring a medical malpractice case against the hospital and medical professionals.

The case was covered by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, People.com, Fox News, newser.com, WSB-TV, and even in the United Kingdom. Darren was also interviewed by WSB-TV News.

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Jeb Butler’s career as a Georgia trial lawyer has led to a $150 million verdict in a product liability case against Chrysler for a dangerous vehicle design that caused the death of a child, a $45 million settlement for a young man who permanently lost the ability to walk and talk, and numerous other verdicts and settlements, many of which are confidential at the defendant’s insistence. Jeb has worked on several cases that led to systemic changes and improvements in public safety. He has been repeatedly recognized as a Georgia SuperLawyer and ranks among Georgia’s legal elite. Jeb graduated in the top 10% of his class at UGA Law, argued on the National Moot Court team, and published in the Law Review. He is the founding partner of Butler Kahn law firm. Connect with me on LinkedIn
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