Plaintiffs counsel Jeb Butler and Tom Giannotti of Butler Law Firm told the on Friday a convenience store security camera video helped them reach a $1.25 million insurance policy limit settlement for the family of a man killed while on U.S. Highway 27 in an electric wheelchair on his way home after buying cigarettes at the Circle K in Bainbridge, Georgia.

The settlement was paid by State Farm under a $250,000 auto insurance policy and a $1 million liability umbrella for the mother of the driver, a college student on her way home to Atlanta, Butler and Giannotti said. They said they negotiated the settlement with defense attorney Tabitha Elligan of Waldon, Adelman, Castilla, Hiestand & Prout after making a 30-day, time-limited policy limit demand.