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FDA Public Health Notification: Problems with Endovascular Grafts

April 27, 2001 - This letter is to inform you about serious problems that have occurred with two endovascular prosthetic graft devices used to treat infrarenal AAA, and to make recommendations concerning... Read More



Black lawyer wins $114 million verdict for injured white employee

December 13, 1999 - A black lawyer and a team of other attorneys recently won a $114.5 million verdict in a case of a white man who was severely burned on the job. Read More



Rural Family Cheated Awarded $581 Million by A Jury

May 31, 1999 - Barbara Carlisle and her parents sued Whirlpool Financial National Banka and Gulf Coast Electronics, claiming that the companies tried to overcharge them $1,200 for two satellite dishes... Read More



Jurors’ Satellite Signal: $581M

May 24, 1999 - Both sides predict that a $581 million jury verdict against a finance unit of Whirlpool Financial National Bank and Gulf Coast Electronics to pay $580 million in punitive damages and... Read More



Verdict Against Whirlpool Financial Nat’l Bank in door-to-door ‘tin man’ scam

May 20, 1999 - On Friday, May 7, a jury in Hale County returned a verdict against Whirlpool Financial National Bank, now known as Transamerica Bank, in the amount of $580,975,000. The verdict was awarded... Read More



Methvins Verdict in Spotlight

May 16, 1999 - A state record $581 million lawsuit verdict will almost certainly be slashed on appeal, but plaintiff attorney Tom Methvinâe(TM)s firm will eventually get a sizable chunch of change. Read More



$581 Million Verdict Puts Rural Family in Spotlight

May 15, 1999 - GREENSBORO - Standing under a shade tree in front of his small hime in rural Hale County on Tuesday, George Merriweather, 80, was unimpressed by all the attention. Read More



Whirlpool Ordered to Pay $581 million

May 11, 1999 - Benton Harbor, Mich., May 10 (Bloomberg News)- The Whirlpool Corporation, the largest United States appliance maker, was ordered to pay $581 million by an Alabama jury that said three... Read More



Whirlpool ordered to pay $581 million in Alabama satellite-dish finance case

May 11, 1999 - This Wall Street Journal story features a landmark verdict secured by Beasley Allen Managing Shareholder Tom Methvin against Whirlpool in 1999. The $581 million verdict was meant to send... Read More



Attorneys Help Consumers Defrauded in Satellite Dish Financing Scheme

May 7, 1999 - In February 1995, a telemarketer from Gulf Coast Electronics contacted Barbara Carlisle and offered here an 18 inch RCA satellite dish with no down payment and installation costs built into... Read More


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