Atlanta, GA— Trial is set to begin next week against an armored truck company over a 2017 crash that injured a Georgia woman. Hall v. Hollis, et al., 18EV003141.
According to court documents, a Loomis Armored-owned truck driven by Jabari Hollis hit Kirche Hall’s car when Hollis disregarded a traffic light and turned left at an Atlanta intersection. Hall says the crash broke her arm, leaving her with a "butterfly" fracture that required surgery and ongoing treatment.
Loomis admits Hollis was at fault in the crash but disputes Hall’s damages claim.
Hall is represented by Joseph Wilson, of JL Wilson Trial Law, and Leonard T. Mathis, Jr., of The Law Office of Leonard T. Mathis, according to court records.
Loomis is represented by Heather Miller and Andrew Bagley, of McGrew, Miller, Bomar & Bagley.
Trial, before Judge Eric Richardson in Fulton County State Court, is expected to last about 3 days. CVN has applied to live-stream the trial and a hearing on the issue is scheduled Tuesday morning.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated to reflect a post-publication change on coverage status and a correction as to the injury involved.
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