Verdicts & Settlements

$5M verdict in deck collapse

Gwinnett jury holds landlord firm responsible for woman's death because it failed to inspect for defects

, Daily Report


The family of a woman who died after the outside deck of her house collapsed beneath her won a $5 million verdict against her landlord from a Gwinnett County jury Monday. John Mabrey, left, and S.K. Rod Dixon argued that the landlord's failure to inspect a home's deck led to a woman's death.

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