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Lawsuit Filed on Behalf of Injured Army Soldier

Posted in Blog on February 27, 2019

Butler Wooten & Peak has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Army Specialist Winston Hencely of Effingham County, Georgia.  Spc. Hencely was grievously injured when he stopped a suicide bomber at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on November 12, 2016.  The bomber killed six and injured seventeen, including Spc. Hencely.  The lawsuit was filed against the bomber’s employer, Fluor Corporation, and three subsidiary corporations in the United States District Court in Greenville, South Carolina.

https://www.militarytimes.com/news/your-army/2019/02/26/he-confronted-a-suicide-bomber-just-before-an-attack-now-hes-suing-the-insurgents-boss/

https://www.ajc.com/news/crime–law/disabled-georgia-soldier-sues-defense-contractor-over-suicide-bombing/EVSAMLtqEBvSaK2vCwx0II/

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