On March 28, 2018, various news outlets, including the Daily Report, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and US News.com began reporting that the $35 million case against Six Flags had been resolved.
Some of the news coverage can be found here:
Joshua Martin was attacked and beaten into a coma just outside the park by a group which included Six Flags employees. A jury in 2013 rendered a verdict of $35 million, with 92% of the fault apportioned to Six Flags with 2% each to four attackers.
Neff Law litigated the case for ten years. Along with co-counsel at Deitch and Rogers and Bondurant Mixson and Elmore, they succeeded in getting the $35 million verdict against Six Flags reinstated by the Supreme Court of Georgia.
More details on the trial and appellate process can be found here: