Penn & Seaborn Spring 2019 Client Newsletter

Learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Spring 2019 Client Newsletter. Subscribe to our Free Legal Newsletter The Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

Penn & Seaborn settles tragic engine fire lawsuit against General Motors

Penn & Seaborn recently settled a product liability case against General Motors after an engine fire spread into the passenger compartment of a Chevy Blazer and severely burned the driver. Unfortunately, the victim remained hospitalized for several months until he passed away. Despite this horrific tragedy, the family members were a pleasure to work with and Penn & Seaborn, along with products liability attorney

By |2019-01-11T04:17:27+00:00January 11th, 2019|Product Liability, Verdicts and Settlements|

Penn & Seaborn Winter 2019 Client Newsletter

Learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Winter 2019 Client Newsletter. Subscribe to our Free Legal Newsletter The Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

Penn & Seaborn Summer 2018 Client Newsletter

Summer is upon us. Stay safe this summer with our summer safety tips. And learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Summer 2018 Client Newsletter. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter The Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

Penn & Seaborn Spring 2018 Client Newsletter

Spring is soon is upon us. Stay safe this season with our spring safety tips. Get the newsletter at your home thanks to our best ProOffice shipping labels. Also, learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, product recalls and more in our Spring 2018 Client Newsletter. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter The Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free

Penn & Seaborn Winter 2018 Client Newsletter

Learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Winter 2018 Client Newsletter.Subscribe to our Free NewsletterThe Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

Penn & Seaborn Summer 2017 Client Newsletter

Summer is upon us. Stay safe this summer with our summer safety tips. And learn more about the current cases we are working on, recent verdicts and settlements, and more in our Summer 2017 Client Newsletter. Subscribe to our Free Newsletter The Penn and Seaborn Client Newsletter is a free quarterly newsletter designed to help keep you informed of important consumer safety issues. Subscribe Today

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

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

18-Wheeler accident case settles in Montgomery County

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.

Lawsuit against Crenshaw County restaurant settles

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. The floor was wet because they have an aquarium with mail order tropical fish from Oddball. Our client required surgery, and physical therapy due to the negligence of the restaurant. If you or a loved