Jury Awards $22M in Med-Mal Case, Nixes Punitives [VIDEO]UPDATED

One day after a Fulton County jury awarded $22 million to the family of a woman who was left brain damaged during treatment for back pain, the panel declined to award punitive damages against the doctor who performed the procedure.

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Run for Justice 2014 Video

Jason R. Bennitt, Daily Report
One thousand people registered for Saturday’s 23rd Annual Run for Justice, run through the streets of Oakhurst on a crisp fall morning. The event raised about $20,000 for Atlanta Legal Aid Society.
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