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$82M ruling against GM nixed

December 13, 2003 - The Alabama Supreme Court overturned an $82 million verdict against General Motors on Friday because of problems with the selection of jurors for the case. Read More


Alabama Supreme Court overturns $82 million verdict against GM

December 12, 2003 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. - The Alabama Supreme Court overturned an $82 million verdict against General Motors on Friday because of problems with the selection of jurors for the case. Read More


Court Overturns $82M Verdict Against GM

December 12, 2003 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The state Supreme Court overturned an $82 million verdict against General Motors on Friday, saying that the jury was improperly selected for the product-defect case last... Read More


Jury awards $12 million to dead trucker’s mother

September 3, 2003 - A jury has awarded $12 million to the mother of a Mississippi man killed when a defective truck cab guard did not prevent a shifting load from crushing him to death. Read More


Fatality Case Settles for $5.9 million

June 11, 2003 - Attorneys for Michael Willis of Eufaula, husband of the late Karla Willis, recently settled a wrongful death claim against Columbus Paper Company, Inc. for $5.98 million. Read More


In-House Trial Technology

May 5, 2003 - On Dec. 10, 1999, 12-year-old honor student Jeffrey Jernigan was riding in the front passenger's seat of a 1993 Oldsmobile Delta 88 driven by his brother. While driving near Smut Eye,... Read More


Jernigan v. General Motors verdict listed No. 6 on Top Ten Verdicts of 2002

February 12, 2003 - Beasley Allen's $122 million verdict in the Jernigan v. General Motor's case was listed as #6 in Lawyers Weekly USA Top Ten Verdicts of 2002. Read More


Wrongful death suit filed against manufacturers of Isuzu Rodeo

February 1, 2003 - MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Charity B. Hosey has filed a wrongful death suit against Isuzu Motors, Ltd., American Isuzu Motors, Inc., Subaru-Isuzu Automotive, Inc., McGough Oldsmobile-GMC-Isuzu,... Read More


Bridgestone, Ford settle with 2 hurt in wreck, Civil Rights leader’s wrongful death trial over incident starts

January 7, 2003 - Tuskegee - Bridgestone-Firestone and Ford Motor Co. settled a lawsuit Monday with two people injured in a tire blowout and wreck that killed civil rights leader Earl Shinhoster. Read More


Fatal Crash, Firestone suit to begin

January 6, 2003 - Montgomery– Bridgestone-Firestone and Ford Motor Co. are set to go on trial this week in a lawsuit that blaming them for the wreck that killed civil rights leader Earl... Read More


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