Catastrophic Injures after Head-On Tractor Trailer Wreck

In this case we represented a tractor-trailer driver from El Paso, Texas involved in a head-on collision with another tractor-trailer on Interstate 40 near Brownsville, Tennessee. Learn more »

Legal Malpractice- Lawyers Overcharging Clients

This class action involved allegations that Defendants unlawfully charged and collected inflated title insurance premiums from approximately 30,000 Tennessee consumers by including a title “commitment fee” of approximately Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00). Learn more »

Tractor Trailer Paralyzed Mother of Two

In this tragic case, we represented the mother of two small children that was rear-ended in heavy traffic on Interstate 40 near Nashville, Tennessee. The collision was low speed but the tractor trailer was carrying steel cable and was extremely heavy. Learn more »

Security Guard Shoots Tenant In Back

In this case we represented a tenant at a dangerous apartment complex in south Memphis. Our client was returning home from work to her apartment late one night and was shot twice in the back by the security guard hired by the apartment complex ownership. . Learn more »

Carjacked and Shot at Gas Station- Premises Liability

In this case we represented a patron that stopped to get gas at a BP Station at approximately 2:30 a.m. in south Memphis. As he finished filling his car, he was approached by a lone male out of the darkness surrounding the store and was carjacked at gunpoint. Our client complied with the robber’s demands but was still inexplicably shot in the back as the perpetrator took car keys. Learn more »

Legal Malpractice- Lawyers Overcharging Clients

This class action involved allegations that Defendants unlawfully charged and collected inflated title insurance premiums from approximately 30,000 Tennessee consumers by including a title “commitment fee” of approximately Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00). Learn more »

Wrongful Death- Head-On Collision

In this tragic case, we represented the wife and daughter of a man killed in a head-on collision on his way to work at approximately 7:45 a.m. The defendant, driving a company vehicle, crossed the center line and traveled into our client’s lane killing him instantly. Learn more »

Nursing Negligence- Patient Dropped and Hip Shattered

In this case we represented a patient at an assisted living care center in Memphis, Tennessee. Due to our client’s condition, she needed assistance being moved from a wheelchair to her bed. The facility utilized a device known as a hoyer lift to make these transfers. However, our client repeated complained that her nurses were using the incorrect sized lift. Learn more »

Defective Countertop Class Action

This case involved a kitchen countertop known as “solid surface veneer” (SSV) which was designed, manufactured and distributed by Wilsonart International. SSV consisted of a plastic like polymer material that had the look and feel of granite but was sold at fraction of the price. Learn more »

Wrongful Death- Ambulance Flipps and Kills Patient

James Moore, Jr. et al. v. Emergency Mobile Health Care, LLC, Docket No. CT-005003-09 (Circuit Court-Shelby County, Tennessee 2009) In this case we represented the four surviving children of an 87 year old female nursing home patient, Isabella Moore. Ms. Moore was severely ill and was suffering from end-stage renal failure and Alzheimer’s disease. Her doctors had given her approximately 6 months to live. Her kidney failure required that she be transported by ambulance twice weekly for dialysis treatment. During her last transport, the ambulance company driver ran a red light and flipped the van. Ms. Moore was thrown about the ambulance and broke her neck. She survived for two days at the Regional Medical Center and was in a great deal of pain until her death. We sued the ambulance company for negligence and they amazingly denied liability. During discovery, we learned that the ambulance driver had lost his drivers’ license and there was pretty good proof that the on-board camera located in the ambulance had been disabled. This turned our case into a reckless punitive damages case and we ultimately recovered a seven figure settlement for the family. However, the defendants insisted that the amount remain confidential. Learn more »