The family of a woman who died after the outside deck of her house collapsed beneath her won a $5 million verdict against her landlord from a Gwinnett County jury Monday.
The plaintiffs argued that the landlord, Georgia Marketing & Leasing, was responsible for the death of Tammy Cowart because the company never ordered an inspection that would have revealed the deck was nailed to the house instead of bolted as required by building codes.
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