On Oct. 23, a jury awarded $50,900 to a woman who claimed whiplash and radicular pain in a rear-ender
"Parked driver injured in collision caused by trucker gets $350,000," "Family gets $286,715 for injuries," "Couple awarded $15,106 for injuries in rear-ender," "Jury awards $6,117 for neck and back s
"Company settles for $150K over claims of racial slurs," "Jury sides with driver who claimed foot slipped off brake," "Plaintiff awarded $8,162 for alleged back and neck injuries," "Patient claiming
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
Nickolas and Heather Stearns allege Brian Loncar & Associates deceptively encouraged them to borrow money from a lending company "at a shockingly high interest rate, without disclosing to his clients
... Jimmy C. Bailey and Debra L. Sims, Jimmy C. Bailey & Associates, Dallas Defense Attorney: Michael P. Delgado, Herald, Farish...
... Plaintiff's Attorney: Kenneth Scott Sword, Kenneth Scott Sword & Associates, Dallas Defense Attorney: Andrew Crownover, Herald, Farish & Hughes, Arlington...
Jury sides with student whose scholarship was terminated. Judge dismisses paralegal's disability claim. Defendant not to blame for collision in driveway. Plaintiff gets $953 for neck and back injurie
Female workers who claimed judge fondled them awarded $3.2 million. Doctor not liable for breast-implant complications. Patient gets $264,000 for injuries from lithium toxicity. Jury awards $12,984 t
...lawyer Brian Loncar, well known in Texas for his "Strong Arm" television commercials, and Colorado firm Franklin D. Azar & Associates have settled...
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