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Cobalt Cover-Up by Lance A. Cooper

February 25, 2020

Cobalt Cover-Up by Lance A. Cooper In 2010, Ken and Beth Melton lost their daughter Brooke in a deadly accident when she inexplicably lost control of her Chevy Cobalt. Georgia lawyer Lance Cooper agreed to investigate the cause of the crash which appeared to be Brooke’s fault. He was shocked to uncover evidence of a…

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Featured Case: Jeff Gaddy and the Case Against Terex

June 28, 2019

Featured Case: Jeff Gaddy and the Case Against Terex   In April of 2014, Jeff Gaddy was supervising a tree trimming job in Dallas, Georgia. He climbed unto his Terex XT Boom bucket truck and was raised four stories in the air when suddenly, and without warning, the boom cracked, snapped, and sent Jeff and…

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Featured Case: Assisted Living Negligent in Wrongful Death Case

August 16, 2018

Featured Case: Assisted Living Charged with Negligence in Wrongful Death Case Sixty-four year old Mario Albizures suffered from a variety of mental and physical disabilities. He was a full-time resident of Life Well Lived Services, Inc. (LWLS) in Woodstock, Georgia and was completely dependent on their care. On June 26, 2014, Mario was the back…

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Litigation Pushes Ski Boat Manufacturers to Safer Designs – Safety Research & Strategies Inc.

August 16, 2017

Litigation Pushes Ski Boat Manufacturers to Safer Designs By Sean Kane, Safety Research & Strategies Inc. 3 years ago a young boy lost his life while enjoying a day on the lake with his family. 7-year-old Ryan Batchelder, along with 5 other members of his family were out on Lake Rabun when their boat, a…

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The Cooper Firm Settles First-of-its-Kind Exploding Airbag Case for Confidential Amount

April 19, 2016

Featured Case: The Cooper Firm Settles First-of-its-Kind Exploding Airbag Case for Confidential Amount In April, 2014, our client was driving a 2004 Kia Optima when another vehicle pulled in front of her, causing her to brake, lose control of her vehicle, and hit a wall head-on at low speed. The impact caused her driver’s side…

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Featured Case: Defective Tire/Severe Injuries

May 22, 2015

Featured Case: Defective Tire/Severe Injuries Our client was riding as a passenger in a vehicle that was involved in a single car accident in August 2011.  As the vehicle was driving on a major highway, one of its tires failed and separated, and the driver lost control. The vehicle then went off the road, struck…

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Featured Case: Settlement in a Product Liability/Severe Injury Case

February 20, 2015

Settlement in a Product Liability/Severe Injury Case In September 2011 our client was riding as a front seat passenger on the Canton Road Connector in Cobb County, Georgia.  As the driver of the car came around a curve headed toward I-75, she drove slightly off the road into part of the emergency lane and ended…

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Featured Case: $11.4 million settlement for a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury

August 22, 2014

Featured Case: $11.4 million settlement for a client who suffered a traumatic brain injury We recently settled a case for one of our clients for $11.4 million. Our client was catastrophically injured after falling at a residence in Cobb County due to the negligence of a corporation. Although he was not expected to survive the…

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The GM Hearings – Our Take

April 7, 2014

 Sean Kane – Safety Research and Strategies Inc. Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill opened the second day of hearings into the General Motors ignition switch defect and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s response to the issue by forging the strongest ties yet between the revelations that GM had hidden the defect for years and the…

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NHTSA Announces a Timeliness Query Investigation Regarding GM’s Delayed Recall

March 6, 2014

NHTSA announces investigation On February 19, 2014, Lance Cooper submitted a Timeliness Query to the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA”) about General Motors’ prior injury disclosures to that agency about certain GM ignition switches.   On February 26, 2014, NHTSA announced that it was going to open an investigation.   Cooper and others have alleged…

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