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GREG HODGES, BILL HUNTER, AND GEORGE MAJOR REACH SETTLEMENT FOR INDIVIDUAL INJURED BY A LOG TRUCK

Greg Hodges, Bill Hunter, and George Major worked to secure a settlement for a client that was severely injured by a log truck that ran a red light and struck the driver's side door of the client's vehicle. The client spent weeks in the intensive care unit followed by months of physical rehabilitation. The log truck driver and his co-workers traveling near him all denied that the log truck ran the red light. The case was settled after the lawsuit was filed and the depositions of the truck drivers revealed inconsistencies in their stories.

GREG HODGES, DREW WILKES, BILL HUNTER, AND OTHERS SECURE SETTLEMENT ON BEHALF OF OGEECHEE RIVER LANDOWNERS

Greg Hodges, Drew Wilkes, Bill Hunter, and a team of lawyers in the firm secured a monetary settlement for landowners along the Ogeechee River following the fish-kill of May, 2011. The firm represented more than 30 individuals and/or entities that own riverfront land along the Ogeechee River. As a result of these and other cases, the Ogeechee River is now closely monitored to prevent any future similar occurrences.

GREG HODGES, BILL HUNTER, AND GEORGE MAJOR REACH SETTLEMENT FOR FARMER WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Greg Hodges, Bill Hunter, and George Major recently secured a settlement for a farmer injured by a defectively designed piece of farming equipment. The young farmer sustained a traumatic brain injury as a result of the farming incident. Oliver Maner's attorneys were able to secure a settlement in the products liability action less than one year from the date of injury.

GEORGE MAJOR NAMED TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF MEDBANK FOUNDATION

George Major was named to the Board of Directors of MedBank Foundation. MedBank is a non-profit organization with a mission of improving the quality of life and well-being of the community by providing access to vital medications to patients who, for a variety of socioeconomic reasons, could not otherwise obtain them.

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