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$1.8M Wrongful Death

When our client—a wife, a mother, a daughter—died in an auto collision, it was difficult to face the fact that she needlessly perished at the hands of another person who was under the influence of narcotic prescription medication and should never have been on the roadway. A person’s selfish, dangerous decision to get behind the wheel of a vehicle and drive while impaired demanded justice. The victim’s family received that justice by way of monetary compensation and criminal consequences.

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$800k Funeral Home Negligence

Because a family is extremely vulnerable after the loss of a loved one, we hold funeral homes to high standards regarding the care they provide for our family members and friends. When a funeral home owner attempted to cut corners through secretly bypassing crematorium services, then filling the urn with an unknown material in place of the deceased's ashes, the family sought our services. Our investigation uncovered the truth, and the family was compensated for the anguish that they suffered.

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$200k Motorcycle Wreck

Motorcyclists share the same legal rights on the roadway as motor vehicle drivers. This time, however, the wrongdoer pulled into an intersection without adequately checking to see if there was any traffic and collided with our client, dragging him down the roadway, and breaking his leg. He was fortune to live through the incident. Jessica secured maximum compensation for this client under the insurance policy limits.

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Maximum Available Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Our client was traveling on Interstate 59 when a phantom vehicle started to enter her lane. In an effort to avoid a collision, she swerved out of the way, but ended up off the roadway. She suffered a broken vertebrae. Her insurance company denied her claim for adequate compensation saying that there was no proof of a phantom vehicle. The jury disagreed and awarded her the maximum amount under her Uninsured Motorist insurance policy.

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$525k Distracted Driving

Cell phone use while behind the wheel can be extremely distracting. In this particular case, the defendant claimed he was not on his cell phone at the time he ignored a traffic signal and collided with the plaintiffs. His phone records showed otherwise, so the jury agreed that he was driving while distracted and caused the collision. We represented one of the plaintiffs who had to undergo a surgical procedure to relieve pressure from a brain bleed, after which a steel plate replaces a portion of removed skull.

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$250k On The Job Wreck

Our client was on the job when a another vehicle pulled out in front of her commercial vehicle as it was traveling at 60 mph on the highway. She suffered multiple injuries, including broken ribs and ankle. The wreck also caused her to not be able to return to the line of work that she was trained to do. Jessica secured the maximum available under insurance policy limits and also negotiated her a separate settlement under worker's compensation.

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Settlement
$125k Neighbor Shooting

When our client's neighbor shot him for being near his property, justice demanded that the neighbor be held accountable. The details of what unfolded were strongly contested and the neighbor claimed to fear for his safety. However, our client was on the roadway by his truck at the time he was shot. The jury agreed that the defendant did not have a reasonable fear for his safety and that while we are entitled to protect ourselves, we are not entitled to shoot someone who is standing down on the road. Our client was compensated for his injuries and for the trauma he went through because of neighbor's conduct.

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