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  • May 21, 2015:  Hurt Stolz, P.C., in conjunction with DeWoskin Law Firm, LLP, filed a Class Action Suit against Carver Bible College in Atlanta for the misappropriation of student loan funds.  WSB Channel 2 coverage available here; a copy of the Federal law suit is available here.

    Carver College’s President, Robert Crummie, tells Channel 2 WSB News that the college does not have the student loan funds to distribute to its students.  Watch the news clip here.

    May 2, 2014:  Hurt Stolz, P.C. files a Class Action Suit against the City of Atlanta for illegal taxes imposed on its Watershed Department customers. See the Atlanta Journal-Constitution article here, and the  Fulton County Daily Report here.  Attorney Jimmy Hurt is interviewed by Channel 2 WSB Action News about the suit, which can be viewed here.  To download a copy of the Class Action Complaint, click here:  Verified Class Action Complaint 04.30.14.

  • March 3, 2013:  Jimmy Hurt is quoted in the AJC regarding the debt-settlement bill. See full article here.

  • January 2013 update on Irwin Stolz, Jr.’s case challenging the bond validation for Atlanta’s Perry-Bolton Tax Allocation District. If Stolz wins, all TADs across the State pre-2008 could be affected. See article for full update here.

  • In June 2011, Hurt Stolz, P.C. attorney James W. Hurt successfully represented Kendra Trimiar in a class action lawsuit against Alliance Credit Counseling and other parties and secured a win in Gwinnett County Superior Court on behalf of the plaintiffs. See the Settlement Agreement (PDF)

  • Hurt Stolz, P.C. is working with environmental lawyers at Hallman and Wingate (www.hallmanwingate.com) on a class action lawsuit involving the Ogeechee River fishkill – (Google News)

  • Over 5 Million Dollar Settlement Recovered in Class Action:  September 2, 2010: James Hurt and Irwin Stolz, along with Alabama co-counsel, negotiated a $5,421,936.00 settlement against a debt adjustment company operating illegally under the Georgia Debt Adjustment Act. The settlement was divided among the company’s 2,927 Georgia resident victims with a remaining unclaimed $464,151.42 Cy Pres award to Georgia Legal Services Program, Inc.