A Kanawha County, West Virginia, jury ruled in favor of Beasley Allen’s client, Angel Ellen Tyler, whose daughter, Breanna Kristen Bumgarner, was killed in a car fire after a crash while driving a defective 2014 Ford Mustang. Tyler was represented by Beasley Allen lawyers Graham Esdale, Mike Andrews and Preston Moore and Danny Cline and […]
Beasley Allen attorney Warner Hornsby obtained a $4 million settlement for a Jacksonville, Fla., woman seriously injured in an accident involving a negligent commercial driver. “I am extremely happy that we were able to get this result for a very deserving client,” Beasley Allen attorney Hornsby said. “The defendant’s lack of concern for the safety […]
Baldwin County Circuit Court Judge Scott Taylor ruled in favor of a Beasley Allen client and other members of the Gulf Shores High School Marching Band and their families who are represented by other counsel in the Baldwin County area, by rejecting defendant Bridgette Reynolds’ motion for summary judgment in an attempt to dismiss the […]
Beasley Allen’s Greg Allen and David Greene, of the Greene and Phillips Law Firm, secured a settlement for David Welch, the husband of Kim Welch, a school bus driver who suffocated beneath the weight of a defective school bus she was driving at the time of the crash on Interstate 65 in Mobile County. The […]
Beasley Allen attorney Warner Hornsby negotiated a $4.25 Million settlement for a client who was permanently injured by a vehicle driven recklessly by an employee of the defendant company, ABC Birmingham, LLC, while he attended the auction.
Fifteen Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. attorneys have been selected to the 2022 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers list. Those named to this prestigious list are Jere Beasley, Founding Attorney; Greg Allen, Lead Products Liability Attorney; Tom Methvin, Managing Attorney; Cole Portis, Personal Injury Section Head; Dee Miles, Consumer Fraud Section […]
Beasley Allen represents the plaintiff in the first bellwether trial in the JUUL multidistrict litigation, set to begin in June. The JUUL lawsuit involves the case of a 16-year-old girl identified as B.B., who started vaping as a 12-year-old seventh grader. Her first puff on a JUUL e-cigarette was her first experience with nicotine. She […]
The Paraquat Products Liability Litigation MDL (Case No. 3:21-MD-3004) was formed on June 8, 2021, with Chief Judge Nancy J. Rosenstengel of the Southern District of Illinois presiding. Paraquat, known by the brand name Gramoxone, is one of the most widely used herbicides on the market and one of the most dangerous. Numerous studies have […]
One specific area of premises liability litigation involves negligent security at large venues where crowds gather for events. Concerts, movies, theatrical performances, athletic events, conventions, food festivals: All of these events and more are a part of life in the U.S. Without them, our quality of life might seem a little dull, as the COVID […]
A group of personal injury lawyers in Beasley Allen’s Atlanta office recently settled an auto product liability case with an auto manufacturer, securing $19.5 million in compensation for a wrongful death resulting from an auto defect. The victim in this case should have survived the collision. Instead, the vehicle’s defect turned what should have been a […]
A Georgia state jury awarded $4.25 million, subject to 49% apportionment, to the daughter of a man crushed to death by an M6 Avalanche street sweeper after finding the defendants failed to ensure that the heavy-duty mechanical broom sweeper was in safe operating condition and free of defects. Lance Cooper, Pat Dawson and Rebekah Cooper […]
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected one policyholder’s efforts to overturn a $40 million class action settlement, finding that the lower court in Maryland did not abuse its discretion in approving the agreement reached between the policyholders and Banner Life Insurance and William Penn Insurance Companies. The firm’s lawyers Dee Miles, Rachel Minder, and […]
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