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Shaun O'Hara (from left), Miranda Brash and Charlie Gower of Charles Gower P.C. (Courtesy photo) Shaun O’Hara (from left), Miranda Brash and Charlie Gower of Charles A. Gower P.C. (Courtesy photo)

A Columbus jury awarded $125 million to the daughter and executrix of a man who died in what was described as an unbearably hot apartment in a building for low-income and disabled residents, many of whom testified of squalid conditions, nonfunctional heating and air conditioning and management that evicted anyone who complained. 

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Greg Land

Greg Land covers topics including verdicts and settlements and insurance-related litigation for the Daily Report in Atlanta.

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