Houston Jury Says Drunk Driver Owes Injured Woman $2.2 Million

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on August 1, 2014
The Lanier Law Firm helps accident victim prevail in damages claims   HOUSTON – A Houston jury has awarded a verdict of more than $2.2 million against a drunk driver who caused a 2010 car crash that left a local woman severely injured and killed the woman’s friend. Houston…

Asbestos Victim Wins California Appeal Ruling in Loss of Consortium Claim

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on June 25, 2014
The Lanier Law Firm Represents Wife Of Mesothelioma Victim Against Auto Parts Maker   LOS ANGELES – The California 2nd District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles has ruled in favor of the wife of a mesothelioma victim who says she is entitled to damages against a manufacturer of…

$1.45 Million Insurance Verdict Won by The Lanier Law Firm

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on May 8, 2014
Attorneys from The Lanier Law Firm helped an industrial manufacturer win a $1.45 million verdict against a Texas based insurance company after jurors found that the insurance broker violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Texas Insurance Code by misrepresenting the validity of an insurance policy. Jurors issued…

The Lanier Law Firm Announces Asbestos Verdict Against John Crane Inc.

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on March 5, 2014
CHARLESTON, W.V. –The Lanier Law Firm is announcing a liability verdict issued late yesterday in Charleston, W.V., against industrial manufacturer John Crane Inc. after jurors found that the company’s asbestos-laden products caused a retired pipefitter to contract the deadly lung disease mesothelioma.   Robert L. Wood and his wife Candice were represented at trial by attorneys…

Lawyers Bid for Exhibit A as Evidence Surfaces on EBay

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on January 5, 2010
By Lisa GirionTimes Staff Writer The Los Angeles TimesSection A Download PDF version: “Ebay Evidence”Download Adobe Acrobat Reader After a heated bidding war on EBay, Mark Lanier recently paid $2,125 to win a 1941 naval machinery manual. It sounds like a peculiar collecting hobby, but to Lanier it was…

Default Judgment Set Aside in Huge Asbestos Case

Posted by The Lanier Law Firm on December 20, 2009
Lawyers Switch Sides to Protect Settlements   By Susan Borreson Texas Lawyer Shepard Hoffman once donned a Darth Vader costume at one of the annual seminars he organizes for asbestos plaintiffs lawyers in a quirky demonstration of what he calls the evil ways of asbestos manufacturers. So why did…

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