Pedestrian Personal Injury / Wrongful Death

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Type of case and injuries involved

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Mitchell v. Mackey (District Court for the Middle District of Georgia, Valdosta Division) PEDESTRIAN PERSONAL INJURY:  Fractured humerus w/surgery and rod insertion; extensive scarring of the neck; double vision (with surgery); loss of motor control; multiple bruises; memory problems; problem solving & coordination problems


Williams v. D C Investment Company et al (Superior Court of Fulton County)

PEDESTRIAN WRONGFUL DEATH:   68‑year‑Old Pedestrian Struck Down by Automobile

Jury Verdict:

Soder v. Rubin (State Court of Fulton County) PEDESTRIAN PERSONAL INJURY:  Contusion right tibia with subperiosteal hematoma; exacerbation of degenerative joint disease right knee; deconditioning of right lower extremity musculature


Black v. HCA et al (State Court of Bibb County) PEDESTRIAN PERSONAL INJURY:  Neck Injury resulting in Anterior Cervical Fusion


Wilson v. Bradley (Superior Court of Henderson County, NC) PEDESTRIAN PERSONAL INJURY:  Fractured ribs, left public rami fracture, pelvic hematoma, slight diathesis of sacroiliac joint, fracture dislocation of right sacroiliac joint with fractured right ilium

Jury Verdict:


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