Plaintiff wasn't constructively discharged, jury finds. Jury sides with employer over worker's discrimination claim. Jury sides with surgeon who performed cervical procedure. Pedestrian struck by tru
...D. Drews, Cooper, Jackson & Boanerges, Houston; Luis A. Fabrega, Fabrega, Hood, Raynes & Fass, Houston MOTOR VEHICLE Plaintiff awarded $9...
Landlord pays $272,000 for alleged Fair Housing Act violations. Hospital, doctor agree to pay $250,000 for infant's death. Parents of soldier killed in crash get $500,000 settlement. Limo driver gets
Plaintiff involved in intentionally set house fire, jury finds. Jury denies claims of man who lost leg trying to catch a bus. Estate recovers $10M for fatal rear-ender by drunk driver. Estate recover
The top 10 Texas verdict and settlement summaries of 2004 that were reported in VerdictSearch Texas, a Texas Lawyer affiliate. They are ranked by dollar amount
Property owner gets almost all he seeks after jury sees improvements his way. Firefighter who plowed into pickup must pay $1.5M to injured victims. Teen driver hit pedestrian while giving chase to "h
...Hope & Causey, Conroe; Luis A. Fabrega and Kevin L. Hood, Fabrega, Hood, Raynes & Fass, Houston; and Brian K. Gary, Hartline, Dacus, Barger, Dreyer & Kern...
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