Jump to Content

Pollock v. Georgia Power Co.

ELR Citation: ELR 20481
Nos. Nos. 53499-501, 53549, 234 S.E.2d 107/141 Ga. App. 678, (Ga. Ct. App., 02/25/1977)

Reversing the jury decision awarding damages for negligence, the court holds that evidence regarding sulfur content of the coal burned at defendant's plant was improperly excluded. Appellants pecan farmers sued for crop damages caused by sulfur dioxide emissions from the company's power plant....

You must be an ELR subscriber to view the full case summary.

You are not logged in. To access this content: