Jury returns $1.2 million verdict in distracted driving case

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 Morris, Cary, Andrews, Talmadge and Driggers.

Congratulations to Mr. Duey on a long, hard fight.

By |2017-03-13T02:05:46+00:00March 13th, 2017|Auto Accidents, Verdicts and Settlements|

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Shane Seaborn
While practicing law, Shane has been a key player in several successful state and local political campaigns, both judicial and legislative. Shane's current focus is on helping those injured in central and south Alabama. His legal expertise is personal injury, product liability, defective medical devices, and dangerous drug litigation.