RECALL! Kia and Hyundai Issue Massive Recall of Vehicles
“Park your vehicle outside and away from your house,” or any structure for that matter. That is what owners of approximately 485,000 Kia and Hyundai vehicles are being told here in the U.S. Just what you want to hear as a vehicle owner. As reported by ABC News and other outlets, the recalls that… Read More »
CKF In The News! Recent Case Filed Against Suspended Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill
CKF’s Alwyn Fredericks was interviewed by Atlanta’s 11 Alive news concerning the case we recently filed on behalf of Gabriel Arries against suspended Clayton County Sheriff, Victor Hill, and several Clayton County deputies and personnel. This is the third civil suit filed against Victor Hill, who is also under federal indictment for various criminal… Read More »
Do You Have The Right UM Insurance? Do You Have Enough?
If you haven’t been, chances are at some point or another you will be involved in a car accident. Hopefully, it’s nothing more than a fender-bender with no injuries. But what if it’s not? What if it’s a bad wreck and you are injured? You hope the other driver has plenty of insurance, but… Read More »
UPDATE: Cash Krugler Fredericks – The Washington Post Reports Death of Ohio Boy in Home Elevator Accident
Continuing its coverage of the dangers of home elevators and the efforts of Cash Krugler Fredericks to force a nationwide recall, The Washington Post reported this morning on the tragic death of a 7-year-old child from Ohio who was killed as a result of the deadly gap in an elevator at a vacation home… Read More »
7-Year-Old Ohio Boy Dies In Elevator Accident
We are terribly saddened to hear that another child has died as a result of a defective home elevator. This tragedy occurred at a rental home in the Outer Banks area of North Carolina where the Ohio family was visiting. (Click here for news report). Our hearts go out to this family as they… Read More »
WARNING: CPSC Issues Warning Concerning Potential Deadly Gap In Home Elevators!
Yesterday, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a dire warning to those who own or visit homes with elevators. With the vacation season now in full swing and noting the popularity of renting a vacation home, many with elevators, the CPSC warned of a known deadly gap between the elevator door and… Read More »
Welcome to Heather Warren!
Cash Krugler Fredericks is pleased to announce that Heather Warren has joined our firm as a paralegal. Heather will be primarily working with attorneys Shane Bartlett and Lisa McNary. We are excited to have Heather as part of our team, joining us to fight for the injured and those in need. Welcome to Team… Read More »
WARNING: Dangers of Residential Elevators!
As the school year ends and families begin taking summer vacations, many will rent vacation homes, some equipped with residential elevators. While home elevators seem convenient and are often seen as a novelty, especially for children, most families do not realize the extreme dangers that are associated with these elevators. In a recent news… Read More »
Congratulations to CKF’s Laura Voght!
Laura was recently honored by the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (GTLA) with the Community Service Award for her hard work and service with the “Mask Up For Justice” project supported by the State Bar of Georgia. At the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mask Up For Justice, was established in an effort to raise… Read More »
Boston Woman Killed in Elevator Accident
Tragically, on Monday evening another person lost their life as a result of an elevator accident. According to news reports, on September 14, 2020, a 38-year-old woman died as a result of a falling elevator at her apartment building at 1140 Commonwealth Avenue in the neighborhood of Allston in Boston, MA. According to reports, the… Read More »