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Murder at Motel 6 in Newnan Georgia Results in $5.1 Million Verdict

May 30, 2014
This case is a great result for the family of a man killed at a Motel 6 in Georgia. Many lawyers shy away from these cases now due to changes in the law relating to apportionment of fault and damages. This case shows that hotels, apartment complexes and other businesses can still be held liable […]

Gwinnett County Jury Reaches $1 Million Verdict for Wrongful Death Claim of Man Walking Home from Jail

May 30, 2014
This case is a great example of how a jury can value a person’s life in a meaningful way, even if the person doesn’t make a lot of money or have an unblemished background. The widow of a man killed after being hit by two vehicles while walking home after being released from jail was […]

Family Files Lawsuit Against Camp Counselor Alleging Sexual Abuse

May 30, 2014
A Pennsylvania sleep-away camp is being sued by the family of a camper based on accusations that a counselor molested the boy and a fellow camper last summer. The suit contends that the camp owner tried to cover up the abuse and gave the counselor a bus ticket back home to Canada. According to the […]

Tennessee Drug Treatment Facility to Pay $9.25 Million to Settle False Claims Act Lawsuit

May 9, 2014
CRC Health Corp., a Cupertino, California-based nationwide service provider of mental heath and substance abuse treatment, will pay $9.25 million to the State of Tennessee and the federal government, resolving allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by knowingly submitting claims for reimbursement for substandard treatment. The allegations involve a CRC-owned and -operated…

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