CONSTRUCTION SITE INJURIES
Carney v. JDN Enterprises – Visitor was injured when she fell through an uncovered manhole in a newly opened shopping center parking lot. Case was tried to verdict after an appeal. [Carney v. JDN Enterprises, 206 Ga. App. 785 (1992)]
Baggett v. Universal Steel – Construction worker was injured and later died as a result of falling from the second floor of a building under construction. Case settled (confidential) before trial.
Strickland v. Lockheed Martin Corp. – Construction steel worker was installing decking at the construction site when he fell approximately two floors, resulting in paralysis. The case was tried to verdict.
Welch v. Atlantic Steel Co. – Construction worker was a steel worker and was severely injured by an overhead crane while working in a steel plant. Case tried and re-tried. Settled during second trial for $475,000.
Fincher v. Lake Avenue Assoc. – Construction worker was installing decking at the construction site when he fell one floors, resulting in severe injuries. Case settled for confidential amount.
- Premises Liability
- Serious Violent Injury
- Wrongful Death
- Rape and Sexual Assault
- Unsafe Apartments
- Unsecure Hotels/ Motels
I have seen Gilbert Deitch in every capacity as a lawyer. I have opposed him in premises liability cases, used him as a consultant and seen his work as a trial lawyer
Gino Brogdon, Former Judge
Fulton County Superior Court