Lawyer Seeks Hidden Assets for 14 Victims of Settlement Fraud

Clients defrauded of workers' comp by Cedartown firm win $14.5M judgment; their attorney vows to find funds

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With a $14.5 million default judgment in hand, an Atlanta attorney said he is embarking on a hunt for assets belonging to a Cedartown lawyer now serving time in federal prison for defrauding his clients.

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