Notable Cases

Meyer v. Cooper Industries, et al

Workplace injuries suffered due to negligence or faulty tools can tragically and permanently change the lives of an employee and their family, as happened to elevator technician Michael Meyer just days before Christmas 2018. Meyer lost the use of his right arm, suffered severe damage to the left, and suffered other…

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Rangel v. P.A.M. Transport (2017)

A busy interstate highway crowded with 18-wheelers can be a recipe for tragedy, as it was for Jose Rangel and his family from Laredo, Texas, two days before Christmas in 2013. Rangel, his wife Martha, and their daughter were traveling from Laredo to San Antonio when the acts of two negligent…

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Grigson, et al. v. Farmers Group, Inc. (W.D. Tex.)

In 2017, Charles Grigson filed a class action lawsuit against Farmers Insurance Group, Inc. alleging discriminatory rates. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of all Farmers auto insurance customers in the state of Texas who were policyholders in the Farmers Auto 2.0 (FA2) book. This book of insurance was the only…

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Murphy v. Excel Site Rentals LLC

On November 11, 2017, an employee of Consolidated Well Services LLC was working as a floor hand on the Yoder 2-H well site in Bradford Country, Pennsylvania. A power swivel unit owned and operated by Excel Site Rentals LLC rotated unintentionally as the worker was reaching to release the elevators. His…

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Southwest Airlines Flight 1380

On April 17, 2018, a Boeing 737 operated by Southwest Airlines (SWA), N772SW, experienced engine failure after departing from New York’s LaGuardia airport. As a result of the engine failure, the crew began an emergency descent and diverted to Philadelphia International Airport in Pennsylvania. One passenger was fatally injured, and eight…

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Strothman v. Airbus Helicopters

On March 18, 2014, an Airbus Helicopters AS350 B2 with registration number N250FB crashed in Seattle, Wash., killing the pilot and one passenger, and injuring people on the ground. The helicopter was owned by and registered to Helicopters, Inc. and had been contracted by Seattle television station KOMO. The helicopter was…

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Reno Air Race Disaster

On September 16, 2011, a highly modified P-51D Mustang crashed near the spectator area at the National Championship Air Races in Reno, Nevada, killing the pilot and ten spectators, and injuring at least seventy other spectators. It is the third deadliest airshow disaster in United States history. The racecourse was 8.5…

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Conklin v. Super Shuttle

On July 4, 2012, our client was on her way to work. She was traveling on the service road of Highway 121 in Frisco, Texas. She came to a stop at the red light at the intersection with Parkwood Drive. As she was waiting for the light to turn green, a…

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Moore v. Wilkes, et al

In December 2020, Mrs. Moore was traveling down the highway on her way home from a shopping trip.  Suddenly, an oncoming vehicle was thrown into her lane of traffic by a commercial vehicle that failed to pay attention to the traffic ahead.  As a result, Mrs. Moore’s vehicle was hit head…

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