Verdicts and Awards
Free v. R & L Motor Carriers et al, 2010
$483,750.00 jury verdict for a man injured in an 18-wheeler accident
Yates v. Capital Hyundai et al, 2009
$143,517.69 arbitration award for breach of a sales contract
Majors v. Thomas, 2008
$118,508.00 judgment for breach of contract in a construction case
Lamb v. Harbert, 2008
$646,712.75 arbitration award for breach of employment contract
Shaner v. H&S Homes, LLC and Horton Homes, Inc., 2007
$487,500.00 arbitration award for fraud in connection with the sale of a mobile home
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