Atlanta, Georgia — Pope McGlamry, a Georgia law firm specializing in civil litigation, has reached a positive resolution in its most recent pro bono case, Adkison v. Kellett, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.Wade H. Tomlinson and Amelia G. Helmick of Pope, McGlamry were appointed to represent Mr. Robert Adkison in his lawsuit against the Chattooga County Jail, the Chattooga County Sheriff, officers of the jail, the medial director and medical staff of the jail for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution. The case was confidentially settled between the parties. Mr. Tomlinson explained, “Although we cannot give specific details of the settlement, we believe that we have reached a very positive outcome for both Mr. Adkison and future disabled inmates at Chattooga County Jail.”
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Pope McGlamry, a group of Georgia trial attorneys with offices in Atlanta and Columbus, GA, is a recognized leader in the field of civil litigation. The firm specializes in business litigation, insurance litigation, and class actions suits. The firm specializes in wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases, particularly those involved with products liability or motor carrier liability. The firm has offices in Atlanta and Columbus, Georgia, and maintains a regional and national practice. For additional information, visit www.pmkm.com.