Manufacturer of suspected source of Marshall Square fire opts to pay as agreed (GA)

The manufacturer of the heating and cooling unit suspected of causing the fire that destroyed the retirement community of Marshall Square has decided pay up as agreed to in the settlement, said plaintiffs’ attorney Jack Long.  An attorney for the Goodman Co. agreed to change the language in a settlement document that the lawyers representing 15 former Marshall Square residents perceived as an attempt to renege on the deal reached Dec. 1. The settlement was announced just days before trial was scheduled to begin in Columbia County Superior Court.    Read the article…………….


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