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10/23/15

Kisich vs Exhibit Works – Verdict awarded to Plaintiff for $4.9M

Case Name: Kisich v. Exhibit Works Inc. Case Number: 2012-45003 Verdict Date: 2015-01-20 Outcome Type: Settlement Court: Mr. Kisich was seriously injured at the Houston Auto Show when a display wall, designed and constructed by the defendants, collapsed and fell on him. He sustained multiple fractured ribs, permanent ulnar nerve damage, and underwent a lumbar

10/23/15

Sharla Kay Graham vs Senior Living Properties & Alisa Prueitt – Verdict in favor of Plaintiff for $16.7M

Case Name: Sharla Kay Graham, et al. vs. Senior Living Properties, LLC and Alisa Prueitt Case Number: 067-269110-13 Verdict Date: 2015-02-04 Outcome Type: Jury Verdict Court: Please see attached case summary. Incident Date: 2013-08-14 Plaintiff’s Complaint: A Tarrant County jury has awarded more than $16 million to the family of a Hamilton man who died

07/13/15

$24M Settlement Awarded in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

This is a settlement for the Wrongful Death lawsuit. Fort Lauderdale, FL: A jury trial verdict for $24,057,83.00 has been awarded in a wrongful death lawsuit involving The Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. In 2012, a newlywed couple were visiting the hotel on their honeymoon. They were killed by a speeding car. The lawsuit alleged

06/29/15

Toyota Defective Steering Class Action Reaches Settlement

This is a settlement for the Toyota lawsuit. Los Angeles, CA: A settlement has been reached between Toyota and over 800,000 drivers in a pending defective automotive class action lawsuit. The suit, filed in California federal court, claims that the power steering systems of some Corollas caused the vehicles to drift out control. According to

01/08/15

Honda to Pay $70M for Under-reporting Injuries & Deaths

This is a settlement for the American Honda Finance Corporation, WFS Financial, Inc.; and Toyota Motor Credit Corporation lawsuit. Los Angeles, CA: American Honda Motor Co. Inc. has agreed to pay $70 million in fines to resolve allegations made by US federal regulators that during a near 10-year period, from 2003 to 2014, the auto

12/12/13

Wal-Mart to Pay $25M of $161M Blitz Exploding Gas Can Settlement

This is a settlement for the Defective Products lawsuit. New York, NY: Wal-Mart, the nation’s largest retailer, will pay $25 million as a settlement contribution to resolve a raft of personal injury lawsuits filed by people who were injured or had someone they knew killed by exploding portable plastic gas cans, NBC News reports. Wal-Mart

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