Personal Injuries caused by a Tractor Trailer Accident

A man driving a car alleged he was involved in a multiple car accident caused by a tractor-trailer driver allegedly over tired under the influence of prescription medication.  The man alleged he had serious personal injuries, medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.  The matter was settled just before trial for a confidential cash settlement.  Rogers v. Sara Lee Corp., U.S. District Court

Fall Caused by Allegedly Defective Balcony Railing

A man alleged he was injured when he fell from a third story balcony at a Jamaican resort.  He alleged that a rotten wooden railing had been inappropriately painted over with fresh paint rather than being repaired.  He alleged that during the fall, he received a back fracture, resulting in medical expenses, lost wages, inability to work in his current job and pain and suffering.  The matter settled before trial for a confidential cash settlement.  Geibel v. Sandals Ocho Rios, Ltd., Fulton County Court.

Personal Injuries caused by a Commercial Vehicle Accident

An intoxicated commercial vehicle driver and his employer settled a vehicular accident case before trial for a mid-seven figure settlement.  Discovery uncovered a pattern of drug and alcohol abuse that should have been discovered by the company.  The driver never should have been allowed to drive this dangerous vehicle.   [Names Withheld]


Hartley, Rowe & Fowler, P.C. Is dedicated to protecting the rights of victims in serious injury and wrongful death cases resulting from car accidents, truck accidents, tractor-trailer wrecks and products liability.  Recovering from a serious injury can be emotionally and financially taxing.  Let us make sure you get the representation and recovery that you deserve.   


Personal Injuries caused by a Tractor Trailer Accident

A father, mother, and their two young children alleged they were injured when their SUV was side-swiped by a tractor-trailer during an accident on I-285.  They alleged the tractor-trailer had improperly maintained, bald tires which caused a tire blowout.  Their SUV rolled over several times, struck the center concrete wall and then slid back across the interstate.  The matter was settled before trial with insurers for both the tractor and the trailer for a confidential cash settlement.  Webb v. Anderson, et al., Fulton County State Court



Personal Injury Caused by Slip and Fall in Restaurant

A restaurant patron alleged he was injured after an employee mopped portion of dining area with soapy water and did not put proper warning signage out.  The patron incurred medical expenses, surgical expenses, lost income and pain and suffering.  This matter settled before trial for $325,000.  Gilmer v. Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant, Carroll County State Court. 

Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Caused by Natural Gas Explosion

A homeowner was injured, his wife was killed and his and her home was totally destroyed by a natural gas explosion.  The allegations against the natural gas company were settled before trial in a confidential cash settlement.  The matter was tried against the HVAC contractor before a jury in Carroll County State Court, resulting in a verdict in favor of Plaintiffs for $670,000.  Smith v. AGLC, et al., Carroll County State Court.


Personal Injury caused by Tractor Trailer Accident

A man driving a pickup truck alleged that he was struck by a tractor-trailer causing serious physical injuries, including a fracture to his C-spine (neck).  The tractor trailer allegedly made an improper U-turn in front of the man’s pickup truck.  The gas tank exploded during the collision.  The matter was settled before trial for a confidential cash settlement. Davis v. Stephens, et al., U.S. District Court.

Molestation of Incapacitated Adult


An adult man suffering from mental and physical disabilities alleged that he was sexually assaulted and molested by an employee at a personal care home.  The matter was settled before trial for a confidential cash settlement  [Alleged Victim’s Name Withheld] v. The Frazer Center, Dekalb County State Court.  

Fractured Leg caused by Defective Door

A woman with disabilities alleged she received a compound leg fracture after being struck by a rapid-closing, overly forceful door that did not give her adequate time to walk through.  The door was allegedly non-compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act (AD).  The matter was settled before trial for a confidential cash settlement.  Gay vs. DGS  Automotive, Inc., Cobb County State Court.