Another Georgia City Bans Vehicle Booting The City of Conyers joins a growing list of Georgia communities to ban vehicle booting. The Conyers City Council unanimously passed the ordinance with the support of Mayor Vince Evans, Police Chief Gene Wilson, and attorney Matt Wetherington. According to Conyers Police Chief Gene Wilson, the regulation of the […]
The Wetherington Law Firm partnered with South Fulton Councilwoman Helen Willis and the City of South Fulton to help our underprivileged community members get a fair start in the upcoming school year. We met hundreds of students and helped bridge connections between the students, the teachers, and community leaders who serve them. Scroll down […]
Wetherington Law Firm Files Suit Against Atlanta Hotel For Legionnaire’s Disease Legionnaires’ disease is a serious form of pneumonia caused by bacteria. Individuals who stayed at the Atlanta Sheraton Hotel between June 12 and July 15, 2019, may have been exposed to legionella bacteria. If you visited the Atlanta Sheraton between June 12 and July […]
This article is about Matt Wetherington’s efforts to get a catastrophic car wreck to trial as quickly as possible. It is also about a corporation and its insurance company’s efforts to delay trial by any means necessary. These tactics include backing out of signed agreements, late disclosure of evidence, and even allowing the at-fault driver […]
Dozens of ‘Booting’ Class Actions Moving Forward in Fulton County Court Fulton County State Court Judge Eric Richardson, who is handling about 30 “unlawful booting class actions,” has declined to toss out most of the claims. Keep reading here.
$3 Million Settlement For Recalled Tire A final, confidential settlement with Ford Motor Co. has ended a multidefendant suit involving a woman injured when a tire that was supposed to have been recalled nearly 12 years earlier blew out, sending the Ford Explorer she was driving tumbling on I-85. Over the course of the […]
Large Verdict for Motorcycle Crash in Rome, Georgia A Floyd hospital employee who rejected a $2 million offer to settle his suit after losing his leg when a hospital vehicle collided with his motorcycle was awarded $8.6 million last week by a jury in Rome. Michael Werner and Matt Wetherington represented plaintiff William “Cleve” Corley. […]
Excess Verdict Against State Farm Following a day-and-a-half trial, a Fulton County jury delivered a post-apportionment award of $2.8 million, but deemed the plaintiff 25 percent liable for his injuries. A Jane Doe defendant was cleared of liability. The plaintiff was injured when the SUV in which he was a passenger flipped on its side. […]