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CKF In The News! Recent Case Filed Against Suspended Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

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 »

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CKF Attorneys Again Named Super Lawyers in 2020!

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Congratulations to Andy Cash, Dave Krugler, Alwyn Fredericks, Shane Bartlett, Phil Henry, and Laura Voght for once again being named Georgia Super Lawyers. Additionally, Andy Cash was again named as one of the “Top 100” attorneys in Georgia.  Each year, Super Lawyers Magazine recognizes the top lawyers in Georgia based upon independent research, peer reviews and… Read More »

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Andy Cash on Fox 5 Atlanta regarding risk of injury in home elevators (November 16, 2015)

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Andy Cash tells Fox 5 the child who narrowly escapes tragedy in a residential elevator is “one in a million.” Most children caught between the doors of a residential elevator suffer crushing injuries, like two of Cash’s clients featured in the piece.

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Andy Cash in the Northside Neighbor (November 13, 2015)

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

We’re proud of partner Andy Cash’s work with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the awareness he’s brought to families living with Type 1 Diabetes.

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Alwyn Fredericks on 11Alive WXIA Atlanta regarding KIA Recall (October 21, 2015)

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

The NBC station in Atlanta highlighted one of Cash, Krugler & Fredericks’ latest cases involving a recall of certain Kia Sorentos from 2011-2013. CKF’s client Sonya Bady was seriously injured when a child slipped a neighbor’s Kia out of park, and the Sorento rolled down a hill, crushing our client’s leg between the Sorento… Read More »

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Andy Cash on ABC WAAY 31 and FOX 54 in Huntsville, Alabama (October 19, 2015)

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Cash, Krugler & Fredericks was interviewed by ABC and FOX affiliates about the firm’s efforts to get the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to establish rules and issue a national recall for hazardous residential elevators. Recently, a five-year-old Huntsville girl was nearly crushed in a home elevator, similar to the one that entrapped and… Read More »

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Andy Cash on CBS

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Andy Cash appeared on CBS This Morning on November 10, 2014 to discuss the lack of oversight for in-home elevators. The feature focused on the Nelson family, a firm client, whose son Jordan was seriously injured in a rental home last fall. Watch the video here:

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Andy Cash on CBS This Morning

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Cash, Krugler & Fredericks partner Andy Cash appeared on CBS This Morning on November 10, 2014 to discuss the lack of oversight for in-home elevators. The feature focused on the Nelson family, a firm client, whose son Jordan was seriously injured in a rental home last fall. View the segment here.

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Andy Cash on Fox 5

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

Andy Cash appeared on Fox 5 in July, 2014 in a continuing series on elevator safety. This segment was about a client of Cash, Krugler & Fredericks, the Nelson family. Their young son was seriously injuried in an elevator in a rental home during a family reunion in Myrtle Beach last Thanksgiving.

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Elevator Safety Campaign

By Cash Krugler Fredericks |

After reaching  a settlement for the Helvey family in the tragic case of their young son, Jacob, who was severely injured in their home elevator, the partners at Cash, Krugler & Fredericks have been taking steps to ensure that the public is aware of the dangers of home elevators. They alerted news media and… Read More »

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