Judge sides with employer accused of discrimination. Woman claiming gender discrimination gets $90,000. Both parties equally to blame for collision. Fatal collision results in $100,000 settlement. Pl
Postal worker bitten by dogs? awarded $203K. Officer's use of force?justified, jury finds. Plaintiff recovers $80,000 for alleged injuries. Driver claiming disk bulge? awarded $34K. Worker who fell o
Man didn't attack his ex-wife's husband, jury finds. Salesman claiming age discrimination awarded $352,000. Worker with kidney problems who was laid off gets $24,000. Mill workers claiming racial slu
Plaintiff's driver to blame for collision, jury finds. Plaintiff recovers $1,000 for back and neck injuries. Passenger awarded $7,326 for back and neck injuries. Jury sides with defendant claiming cr
...Thorne & Skinner, Grand Prairie Defense Attorneys: Keith Harrison, Gallerson & Yates, Irving; Cynthia Villanueva, Gallerson & Yates, Dallas MOTOR...
Plaintiff awarded $5,361 for past medical expenses. Jury awards teens $32,592 for sprains and strains. Defendant not liable for hitting worker in UPS parking lot. Jury awards $19,419 to driver injure
... Defense Attorney: John A. Martinez Jr., Law Office of Gallerson & Yates, Irving MOTOR VEHICLE Parties settle over drunken...
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