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Truck Accident Settlement

Tires screeched as a Freightliner truck approached a curve on Ga Hwy 246 just before the North Carolina state line. The Freightliner—owned and operated by a “fly-by-night” moving company—was overloaded. The truck started to flip and the front passenger was thrown out of the truck and through the

Truck Accident Case Settlement of $2,000,000

Our firm recently settled a truck accident case for $2 million, the full insurance limits.  The trucking company and insurance company fought with us about who was at fault for the wreck, claiming that our client was to blame.  They also fought about whether the wreck caused Mr.

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Butler Kahn has secured a confidential settlement for the victim of car accident in Bibb County that involved a distracted driver who ran a red light and collided with our client. A key issue in the case centered on a motion to compel the defendant to turn over a

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Wrongful Death Car Accident in Atlanta, GA Settles for $2.95 Million EJB was a beloved daughter, friend, and co-worker who tragically lost her life in a car accident in Atlanta, GA on October 11, 2017. Butler Kahn had the privilege of representing her family.  Our Atlanta wrongful death

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A wrongful death shooting case against owners of an apartment complex in Atlanta, and their apartment security company has settled for $3 million. The case arose out of a fatal shooting at Creekside Forest Apartments on January 6, 2016.  The apartment complex and the companies that owned it are now out

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Butler Kahn is proud to report that we have another happy client and another win! On Friday, January 26, 2018, a jury in Fayette County, Georgia returned a verdict of $935,288.63. The defense’s highest offer to settle the case before trial was $325,000. The Daily Report’s article on

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Wrongful Death Case Arising from Jeep Fire Leads to $150 Million Verdict Eleven women and one man from Bainbridge Georgia, told Chrysler that their defectively designed Jeep Grand Cherokee was dangerous, when they awarded Remington “Remi” Walden’s parents $150,000,000 after Remi died in one of the Jeeps. On

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