In April 2012, Mike Regan and J. Stephen O’Hara obtained a favorable jury verdict in Duval County on a case tried on the issues of causation and damages only. Plaintiff began treating with pain management after a motor vehicle accident, and sustained a cervical hematoma during pain management treatment which required emergency surgery and a…
In March 2012, the firm obtained a summary judgment granted in favor of landowner where Plaintiff sustained injuries resulting in quadriplegia. This was in St. John’s County.
In March 2012, Susan obtained a summary judgment granted in favor of a landowner where an independent contractor who was making roof repairs fell through a skylight. This was in Nassau County.
In March 2012, Michael Regan obtained a summary judgment granted in favor of our client who was a landlord. A postal worker had been bitten by tenant’s bulldog. This was in Duval County.
In January 2012, Deborah Halvorsen obtained a favorable jury verdict in Duval County on a case tried on the issues of causation and damages only. Plaintiff claimed a cervical fusion and right shoulder surgery were related to a motor vehicle accident. Jury did not find a permanent injury, and awarded $2,078.36 in past bills awarded,…
In September 2011, Jeff Humphries and Tiffany Jones obtained a defense verdict in St. Johns County. This case was tried only on the issues of causation and damages. Plaintiff related two shoulder surgeries to a motor vehicle accident. The jury found no causation and a zero verdict was entered.
In 2011, Deborah Halvorsen obtained a dismissal with prejudice based on a motion to dismiss for fraud. This was in Duval County.
In November 2010, Jeff Humphries and Tiffany Jones obtained a favorable jury verdict in Nassau County on a case tried on the issues of causation and damages only. Plaintiff claimed a labral tear with surgery and a hip injury. Jury only awarded $2,046 for a portion of Plaintiff’s past medical bills.
In April 2010, the law firm obtained a final judgment for $103,000 as a result of obtaining a favorable jury verdict. Our client had offered $50,000 to settle an injury claim that was rejected. The case proceeded to a jury trial where the Plaintiff asked the jury to award $750,000. We asked to the jury…
On January 13th, 2010, Deborah Halvorsen and Amy McGuiness obtained a motion for directed verdict in defense favor on Plaintiff’s future medical expenses claim for surgery and pain management. This was a Duval County jury trial.
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