Verdicts

Our Firm's experienced trial lawyers have consistently obtained favorable results for our clients. We have had numerous settlements in the six and seven figure range due to our success with obtaining large jury and arbitration awards. We are known for efficiently and successfully handling complex and difficult cases. Some of our awards are listed below.


Russell v. The Industrial Development Board of the City of Montgomery, 2013
$4,232,719.68 jury verdict for breach of a sales contract

McLemore et al v. The Industrial Development Board of the City of Montgomery, 2013
$638,090.58 jury verdict for breach of a sales contract

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

Smith v. Jimmy Day Plumbing & Heating, et al, 2006
$1.5 million jury verdict for a man injured in a motorcycle accident

Alabelt, Inc. v. Kardoes Rubber Company, 2006
$810,163.36 treble damages for breach of a sales commission agreement

Payne v. Capitol Chevrolet, 2005
$150,000 jury verdict for fraud and conversion

John McDonald v. H&S Homes, LLC, 2005
$440,000 jury verdict award for fraud and conversion regarding a mobile home

Millican v. Thomas, 2004
$105,372 arbitration award in construction case

Faulkner v. Bailey, 2004
$2 million jury verdict for wrongful counseling involving a preacher and a husband and wife who were members of the Church

Christina McDonald v. H&S Homes, LLC, 2004
$500,000 arbitration award for fraud and conversion regarding a mobile home

Fain v. RCIS, 2004
$600,000 arbitration award for breach of insurance involving an insurance crop claim

Coosada Trucking v. CIT, 2003
$1.3 million jury verdict for fraud and conversion

Chancey v. East Alabama Behavioral Medicine, 2002
$500,000 jury verdict for wrongful professional counseling

Shelby Radiology v. H.S. Diagnostic, 1999
$1.134 million jury verdict for business fraud

Fleenor v. Talent Tree, 1996
$3.3 million jury verdict for business fraud concerning commission

Hoots v. Duckhead, 1993
$29.1 million jury verdict for business fraud concerning commission

Broach v. IMA, 1992
$10 million judgment for insurance fraud

Devaney v. Continental Ins. Co., 1990
$200,000 jury verdict for bad faith and breach of contract involving an insurance claim for a Skidder that burned up

Rollins v. Bad Man Promotions, 1990
$200,000 jury verdict for chiropractic malpractice

Sanders v. Clardy, 1989
$2.7 million jury verdict for wrongful death in an automobile accident

Bryant, et al v. R&J Materials, 1989
$500,000 jury verdict for pollution

Gregory, et al v. Southern States Ford, 1988
$1.5 million jury verdict for fraud regarding the sale of new cars

Strandridge v. Greentree, 1986
$600,000 jury verdict for fraud and conversion involving a mobile home


"These recoveries and testimonials are not an indication of future results. Every case is different, and regardless of what friends, family, or other individuals may say about what a case is worth, each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law. The valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties, and the testimony, among other factors. Furthermore, no representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers."

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