$1 Million Settlement highlights Beasley Allen attorney’s dedication to clients

Beasley Allen attorney Preston Moore recently secured a million-dollar settlement for his client, highlighting the importance of having a dedicated legal team on your side.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Ralph Stuart Paulk against Chaney-Bush Irrigation, Inc. and Bill Wayne Arant following a 2021 accident that left Paulk seriously injured.

Arant, who was driving a truck belonging to his employer, Bush Irrigation, Inc., failed to stop at an intersection. Because Mr. Arant failed to yield to oncoming traffic, he caused a collision with Mr. Paulk that left him injured.

Before Beasley Allen got involved in this case, State Farm rejected a verbal settlement offer from Mr. Paulk himself of less than $50,000. Despite State Farm’s sharp position, Moore was determined to secure a settlement that reflected the full value of Mr. Paulk’s damages.

After months of preparation and factual development, Moore successfully secured a $1,000,000 policy limit settlement for his client.

“This settlement is one more piece of data that shows just how important quality plaintiff-side representation is,” said Beasley Allen attorney Preston Moore. “I am glad to report that once again, our team at Beasley Allen’s ensured that another injured person saw justice.”

In personal injury cases, having a knowledgeable and compassionate attorney is crucial.  Preston Moore and the team at Beasley Allen can help you ensure your rights are protected and that you receive the compensation you deserve.

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