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Tractor Trailer/Personal Injury

Posted in on September 8, 2017 - $986,670.42

Armstrong v. Load One, LLC, et al.  U. S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia, Macon Division.  On November 8, 2014 Mrs. Armstrong was stopped at the tail end of a line of traffic on GA 96 when she was suddenly and without warning rear-ended by a large tractor-trailer owned by Load One, LLC.  The investigating officers discovered that the driver of the tractor-trailer was driving under the influence of alcohol.  A thorough investigation by BWP uncovered multiple prior DUIs for the tractor-trailer driver and revealed that he should have never been hired to drive a tractor-trailer in the first place. The case settled prior to trial.

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