"Jury sides with hospital that fired anesthesiologist," "Jury sides with cop sued for excessive force," "Parties settle for $8,500 over back and neck injury claims," "Plaintiffs get $96,000 for alle
Jury sides with worker on retaliation claim. Cop awarded $378,000 on his retaliation claim. Plaintiff awarded $15,061 for alleged back and neck injuries. Family of man killed in worn-tire crash award
...Plaintiff's Attorney: Rick Lee Wingler, Rolle, Breeland, Ryan, Landau, Wingler & Hindman, Dallas Defense Attorney: Jason Bowes, G...
Double rear-ender results in $65,369 award. Jury sides with plaintiff inintersection crash. Plaintiffs allegedly struck by epileptic driver on side of road. Family gets $3.25 million for fatal rear-e
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
Patient awarded $470,000 for unnecessary skin grafts. Jury sides with surgeon who was blamed for perforation. Parties settle for $750,000 over truck collision. Parties settle for $750,000 over truck
Prison guard claimed night warden sexually harassed her. Worker's comp claim of nurse assaulted by patient was denied. Prescription drugs' interaction damaged woman's kidneys. Plaintiffs said ER pedi
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