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Don't text and drive. That was the message from a Montgomery County, Alabama jury on February 2, 2016. The jury returned a verdict of $1,272,000 after nine days of deliberations before Judge Gregory Griffin in the case of Michael Dueyv. McKelvey Mechanical, Inc. and Gregory Derrick Moore. Mr. Duey was represented by Myron Penn and Shane Seaborn of Penn & Seaborn and Mark Andrews of
Penn & Seaborn recently settled a Montgomery County, Alabama, case against a trucking company. Our client was knocked into a concrete median when an eighteen wheeler drifted into our client’s lane, and crashed into her car causing our client to be injured.
Penn & Seaborn settled a trip and fall case in Crenshaw County, Alabama, against a restaurant. Our client tripped and fell while entering the business, and suffered a broken elbow. Our client required surgery, and physical therapy due to the negligence of the restaurant. If you or a loved one have been injured in a trip and fall accident, contact our Alabama personal injury attorneys today for
Penn & Seaborn recently settled a car wreck where our client was struck from behind in a rear-end collision. This auto accident occurred in Bullock County, Alabama, and resulted in a good settlement for our client. If you or a loved one have been injured in motor vehicle accident, contact our Alabama personal injury attorneys today for a free case review.
Penn & Seaborn recently obtained a $150,000 settlement on behalf of a Dallas County client. Our client was leaving work at International Paper near Selma when she was hit at an intersection by an 18-wheeler hauling wood chips. This was a very good outcome for our client.
Don't drive distracted. That is the message from a Montgomery County, Alabama jury. A Montgomery County jury has returned a verdict of $1,272,000.00 after nine days of trial and deliberations before Judge Gregory Griffin. The trial was over a 2013 accident on US Highway 231 south in Montgomery County when Gregory Moore was driving a rented box truck on wet roads and was distracted by
A jury in Montgomery County, Ala., has awarded nearly $1.3 million to a man who suffered life-threatening injuries in early 2013 in a Highway 231 crash, allegedly caused by a driver distracted by a work-related...
A jury has sided with the victim in a school bus crash, pointing the blame on a driver who was distracted behind the wheel. The victim, Michael Duey, hopes his ordeal leaves an impact on...
The trial was over a 2013 accident on US Highway 231 south in Montgomery County when Gregory Moore was driving a rented box truck on wet roads and was distracted by his cell phone while making calls for business...