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MAY 2017: JURY VERDICT IN FAVOR OF CLIENT FOR TRESPASS AND DAMAGE TO TIMBER AND LAND

The firm obtained a jury verdict in favor of a landowner in Lauderdale County, Alabama. The client owned property that had been in his family for several decades. An adjoining landowner acquired property immediately south of the client’s land through a tax sale deed. The adjoining landowner failed to determine the boundaries of his property, which resulted in the adjoining landowner bulldozing several acres of land belonging to the client, destroying valuable timber, and altering the terrain of the client’s property. After a three-day trial, the jury returned a verdict in favor of the client and against the adjoining landowner, and awarded the client substantial damages for his losses.
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MAY 2017: SETTLEMENT OF LAWSUIT AGAINST PIPE MANUFACTURER, PLUMBER, AND HOMEBUILDER

The firm settled a lawsuit related to a defective plumbing system installed in the clients’ residential home. The lawsuit alleged that the plumbing manufacturer provided defective PEX tubing, that the plumber incorrectly installed the tubing, and that the homebuilder failed to supervise and ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and manufacturer instructions.
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MAY 2017: SETTLEMENT AGAINST HOTEL CHAIN

The firm settled a claim on behalf of a client who was injured at a prominent hotel chain. The surface of the shower in the client’s hotel room was slick, had no nonslip mats, and there were no handrails or other means to prevent a fall.
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APRIL 2017: SETTLEMENT OF AUTO ACCIDENT CLAIM

The firm represented a client who was hit by the driver of a FedEx delivery vehicle. The settlement compensated the client for injuries sustained in the accident.
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MARCH 2017: $495,000 ESTATE AND TRUST RULING

The firm obtained a ruling in ongoing estate and trust litigation that the personal representative of the estate was entitled to a personal representative fee of $495,000.
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MARCH 2017: REPRESENTATION OF CLIENT IN CONTRACT DISPUTE

The firm was retained to defend a business and one of its employees in a lawsuit asserted against them for allegedly failing to correctly install products in the plaintiff’s home.
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MARCH 2017: REPRESENTATION OF CLIENT HIT BY DRIVER

The firm was retained to represent a client who attended a gathering where alcohol was served. The client was standing near a vehicle when the driver proceeded to drive over the client’s legs with his truck. The firm will pursue claims against the driver, owner of the property where the gathering took place, and the organizer of the gathering.
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FEBRUARY 2017: BAD FAITH CLAIM AGAINST INSURANCE COMPANY FOR ACCIDENTAL INJURY POLICY BENEFITS

The firm was retained as local counsel for the plaintiff on a breach of contract and bad faith claim against an insurance company for denial and/or undue delay of the claim on an accidental injury policy.
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JANUARY 2017: REPRESENTATION OF FURNACE MANUFACTURER

The firm was retained to represent a local manufacturer of industrial furnaces. The pending lawsuit involves claims for breach of contract and fraud.
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JANUARY 2017: SETTLEMENT OF DOG BITE CLAIM

The firm represented a client who was attacked by several dogs within the city limits of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The owner of the dogs involved in the attack failed to restrain her dogs and allegedly failed to maintain her property in a way to assure that the dogs were not free to get out and roam unsupervised in the neighborhood. The client suffered permanent scarring and emotional distress. The firm negotiated a settlement with the homeowner’s insurance company for the dogs’ owner.
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