Cash, Krugler & Fredericks

May 2017

Andrew Cash co-chaired the Closing Arguments section for GTLA’s Annual Convention this year.  He focused on bringing a lineup of speakers that could educate attorneys on the different methods of closing arguments.

May 2017

image004The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) presented Andrew and Donna Cash with the Duke and Barbara Roos Living & Giving Award, at this year’s Hope for a Cure Gala, for their service and dedication to JRDF and its mission to find a cure.  Over $2 million was raised for JRDF’s mission and T1D research at this year’s gala.  Click here to view the Cash family’s video.

For more information or to donate, please visit JDRF’s website at

March 2017

Shepherd CKF Hot CocoaCKF sponsored a hot cocoa bar at The Shepherd Center for the center’s staff, patients and families.  CKF enjoys volunteering at the Shepherd Center and getting the opportunity to spend time with the center’s patients and getting to know the talented people who work at Shepherd. For more information on the Shepherd Center, please visit



December 2016

On December 2nd, Alwyn Fredericks presented at the South Carolina Association of Justice’s Auto Torts-Advanced Trial Lawyer College held at the Ritz Carlton in Atlanta, Georgia.  He spoke to the group about the effective use of demonstrative evidence in brain injury cases.

November 2016

For the second consecutive year, CK&F sponsored the Legendary Party, the Shepherd Center Foundation’s largest fundraising event. CK&F is proud to support the Shepherd Center and its patient care programs for those who have suffered brain and spinal cord injuries. For more information on the Shepherd Center, please visit

November 2016

The Georgia Trial Lawyer’s Association published David Krugler’s article on how justice was obtained for the Smith family for a medical malpractice case.






Verdict Magazine

October 2016


Shane Bartlett recently spoke at a CLE held by the Cobb County Trial Lawyers Association.  His presentation explained the effective use of demonstrative evidence at trial.



July 2016

CK&F’s Andrew Cash and David Krugler tried a medical malpractice case against a physician and his clinic for causing the death of a 78-year old woman.   The decedent sought treatment with the physician, for a toenail fungal infection, and was prescribed a powerful and potentially toxic drug that caused her liver and kidneys to fail.  A federal jury returned with a verdict of $4.7 million on behalf of our client, the decedent’s husband. Details of the case were featured in The Atlanta Journal Constitution.

June 2016

Alwyn Fredericks and Ken Barré, of Cash, Krugler and Fredericks, recently tried Laura Shelley v. Eagle Parking, LLC in Fulton County State Court in front of Judge Wesley Tailor. Sharon Andrews, of the Law Office of James C. McLaughlin, represented the Defendant in the two-day trial.

This case involved an injury to Ms. Shelley’s left foot that occurred on September 30th, 2011. An employee of Eagle Parking, LLC ran over Ms. Shelley’s foot at the Cobb Galleria valet while Ms. Shelley was in the process of removing her daughter from the rear seat of the vehicle. Following the incident, Ms. Shelley needed two surgeries to deal with the arthritis that formed as a result of the injury to her foot.

The Defendant’s primary arguments at trial were that Ms. Shelley’s gaps in treatment, ability to perform her work, and ability to travel frequently following the injury lead to the conclusion that any and all treatment, subsequent to the thirteen-month gap in treatment, was not related. In closing, the Defendant recommended that the jury award Ms. Shelley around $10,000. In the end, the jury found for the Plaintiff for $410,000.00. Liberty Mutual paid the Judgment and no appeals were filed.

Throughout the entirety of the litigation, the Defendant made no offers to settle the case. The week prior to trial, the Defendant’s insurer, Liberty Mutual, offered $350,000.00 as their top and final offer.

May 2016

Kenneth Barré joined CK&F as an associate attorney.

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