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$2,315,000

18-Wheeler Accident
Client was a dump truck driver that was hit by an 18-wheeler. The accident caused permanent leg and ankle damage. Defendants’ highest offer prior to arbitration was $200,000.


$1,200,000

Medical Malpractice

Client died after a health care provider failed to provide adequate emergency treatment.

$1,132,694

18-Wheeler Accident
Curd v. Western Express – Client was rear-ended by an eighteen wheeler and received severe back and neck injuries. The Defendants last offer prior to unanimous jury verdict was $350,000.


$390,000

Premises Liability
Client fell on improperly maintained staircase and suffered permanent spinal injuries (non-paralysis).

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Buckyballs and Dangerous Toys
Posted on April 20 2015 by bmurphy

As the mother of four boys, I have purchased my fair share of toys over the years. Unfortunately, they are not all created equal, as one Mississippi family discovered. “Mrs. Smith” (names have been changed to protect the identity of the child) purchased a product called Buckyballs. Buckyballs are promoted as a “desk toy” and are composed of extremely powerful magnetic tiny balls that can be shaped into various designs. Mr. and Mrs. Smith’s son, who was two years old at the time, found the balls and ingested eight of them without his parents’ knowledge. Unknown to Mr. and Mrs. …... Continue Reading

Tracy Morgan 18-Wheeler Accident
Posted on April 06 2015 by bmurphy

As many of you may recall, actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was involved in an accident with an 18-wheeler last year. The 18-wheeler truck was owned by Wal-Mart and several hours after the accident a Wal-Mart spokesperson stated: “If it’s determined that our truck caused the accident, Wal-Mart will take full responsibility.” We posted an article on our website just a few days after the accident, giving our opinion on the cause of the accident and Wal-Mart’s statement. We stated then that Wal-Mart would NOT take full responsibility and that they would blame others for the accident that their driver …... Continue Reading