Personal Injury Cases

Automobile Accident Case

The driver of an automobile was catastrophically injured when the automobile rolled over and its roof crushed him causing a serious spinal injury. We were able to prove that the automobile manufacturer improperly designed and manufactured this type automobile.

The driver of an automobile was catastrophically injured when his vehicle rolled over and he was ejected from the vehicle. We were able to prove that the injuries occurred as a result of the vehicle manufacturer’s decision to install a defective door latch that would fly open during impact.

SUV Accident Case

The driver of a sport utility vehicle (SUV) was killed and is two young sons were injured when his SUV rolled over after he attempted to avoid striking a clothes dryer that had not been properly secured in the bed of a pickup truck after it was purchased at a department store. We were able to prove that the department store was negligent in failing to secure the dryer before the truck left its premises and also that the roof structures of the SUV were not properly designed to withstand the forces of a foreseeable rollover accident.

Drunk Driving Case

Two teenagers were fatally injured following a rear-end collision with a drunk driver. We were able to prove that the drunk driver caused the wreck that fatally injured the two teenagers.

SUV Rollover Case

The driver of a sport utility vehicle (SUV) suffered catastrophic head injuries and died several days later after the roof of his vehicle collapsed in a rollover accident. The rollover occurred when he attempted to avoid striking another vehicle that pulled into his path. We were able to prove that the manufacturer of the SUV failed to design the roof structures of the vehicle in such a way that they would withstand the forces of a foreseeable rollover accident.

Automobile Fire Case

We were hired to represent a Florida Highway Patrol officer who suffered second and third degree burns over some sixty percent (60%) of her body when her patrol car burst into flames after it was rear-ended by a drunk driver. An obstacle we faced was the officer’s previous lawyer’s failure to preserve the car as evidence. The manufacturer of the patrol car settled the case after we obtained evidence that it knew that the vehicle was susceptible to post collision fuel fed fires, but failed to relocate the fuel tank from a position behind the rear axle to a position between the front and rear axles. In the face of this evidence, the company offered a pretrial settlement.

18 Wheeler Cases

A three-year old child was struck and fatally injured by an 18-wheeler while she crossed the street. Through the aggressive use of discovery, we were able to prove that the driver of the truck had driven excessive mileage and was suffering from fatigue at the time of the accident. We were also able to show that because of his fatigued condition, the driver failed to maintain a proper lookout while driving through an urban area frequented by shoppers and their children.

Our client’s loved one was the driver of a car carrying four (4) other people. He was killed when an 18-wheeler performed in improper lane change and struck the vehicle he was driving. The case settled after we were able to prove that the driver of the 18-wheeler was fatigued and had not been properly supervised and trained.

Our client, a successful professional, suffered numerous catastrophic injuries when her SUV was struck head on by a large truck driven by the employee of a large asphalt company. Through the use of aggressive discovery tactics, we were able to determine that the company was negligent in failing to properly train the employee, who had a very unsafe driving record and had demonstrated that he was irresponsible. The case settled prior to trial.

A Mississippi 18-wheeler fatally injured a young couple on I-65 near Bowling Green, KY. We were able to prove that the trucking company hired an incompetent truck driver who failed to adequately do pre-trip inspections, falsified truck logs and was otherwise fatigued. We were able to prove the truck driver was driving at an excessive speed causing him to pull over into the median and broadside this young couple.

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