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Cases are tried every day. The cases that are won and lost play a role in how current cases are handled. Check out the results of previous cases to see how they could affect a decision in your case.

Cause No. 2008C121040; Charles Tate v. Discovery Property & Casualty Company and JI Specialty Services Inc.; In the 225th Judicial District Court, Bexar County, Texas. Moore Landrey LLP represented Charles Tate in claims against an insurance company that provided his Worker's Compensation coverage. It was found that Defendant insurance company acted in bad faith by denying certain Worker's Compensation benefits to Mr. Tate. The judgment in favor of Plaintiff Tate was one of the largest civil judgments on behalf of an individual person in the U.S. in 2009.

 

Cause No. D-1-GN-08-004590; Sarah Ann Wixted and Christopher Lee Wixted v. Margaret M. Thompson, M.D. and Columbia/St. David's Health Care System L.P., in the 345th Judicial District Court of Travis County, Texas. Moore Landrey LLP represented the Wixteds in an action for medical malpractice relating to delivery of a newborn later diagnosed with cerebral palsy. A confidential settlement was obtained for the Plaintiffs.

 

Cause No. 9:06-CV-25; E-Watch, Inc., a Nevada Corporation and E-Watch Corporation, a Texas Corporation v. March Networks Corporation; In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas; Lufkin Division. Moore Landrey LLP represented the Plaintiff / Inventor in this patent infringement case involving security devices. Confidential settlement and licensing agreement was obtained for the Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. 9:06-CV-28; Mooneyham Lures, Inc. v. Ebsco Industries, Inc. and Yum Baits Company; In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas; Lufkin Division. Moore Landrey LLP represented the Plaintiff, an artificial bait manufacturer, in this patent infringement litigation. The parties entered into a confidential settlement agreement.

 

Cause No. 1:00cv00687; William Donice Martindale and Nelda F. Martindale, Individually and as Representatives of All Persons Similarly Situated v. Southwestern Life Insurance Company; In the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas; Beaumont Division. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel for policy holders in vanishing premium misrepresentation cases. Confidential class settlement.

 

Cause No. D-159,726; Charles McGraw, Ronnie LeBlanc, Paul Prejean, Margaret Weitzel, Al Gerson, Everett Sanderson v. Ausoforex International, L.L.C. f/b/d/a Austin Forex International, L.L.C., Austin Forex International, Inc., International Foreign Exchange Corporation, International Exchange Corporation of Austin, International Exchange Corporation of Los Colinas, Russell A. Erxleben and Michael B. Shapiro; In the District Court of Jefferson County, Texas; 136th Judicial District. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel in this consumer fraud mass civil action. Global settlement for Plaintiffs.

 

Cause No. B-1389,893; Marie Soignet, et al. v. Liberty Mutual Ins. Co.; In the 60th Judicial District Court; Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel in this insurance bad faith litigation. Confidential settlement after jury verdict for the Plaintiffs.

 

Cause No. E-0134,609; Daryn Ray Fulda v. Hartford Ins. Co. And Association Consultants, In the 172nd Judicial District Court; Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel in this bad faith / misrepresentation litigation. Confidential settlement after jury verdict.

 

Cause No. B-142,323; Charles Maxie Binagia, as Administrator of the Estate of David Binagia, Sr., et al. v. The Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, et al.; In the 60th Judicial District Court, Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel in this bad faith / misrepresentation litigation. Confidential settlement after jury verdict.

 

Cause No. B-126,144; Texas Metal Works v. O. L. Gear Company; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as co-counsel in a case whereby the Defendant sold and serviced a faulty industrial steam hammer. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff, including an award of punitive damages.

 

Cause No. H-85-4884; Jim Arnold Corporation v. Al Monsoori; In the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as co-counsel on a case involving breach of contract and fraud. The Plaintiff leased oil field equipment to the Defendant. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff, including an award of punitive damages.

 

Cause No. A-163,080; Belinda Horn, et al v. Allco, Inc.; In the 58th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, was lead counsel on a case where a deceased worker's family sued an employer for punitive damages. This case involved the death of a worker in which the employer possessed workers' compensation coverage. Accordingly, the Plaintiffs could sue for punitive damages only. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff, including punitive damages.

 

Cause No. B- 149,309; Steven McKnight, et al v. Park Central Nursing Home, et al; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, was local counsel on a wrongful death of a nursing home resident. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff, including an award of punitive damages.

 

Cause No. D-157,637, Roy Solomon v. Mission Petroleum; In the 136th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. The Plaintiff was fired for allegedly failing a drug screen. The Plaintiff was employed as a commercial truck driver. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff, including an award of punitive damages.

 

Cause No. B-931,084-C; Robert Lee Stelly, Jr. v. Rogers Trucking Co., Inc.; In the 163rd Judicial District Court of Orange County, Texas. The Plaintiff was unloading the trailer of an 18-wheeler when he injured his back. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. D-168,603; Van Allen Croft v. The State of Texas; In the 136th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. The Plaintiff asserted a Texas Tort Claims Act claim. The jury awarded damages in excess of the statutory cap.

 

Cause No. B-148,834; Jerry Bradford v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. The Plaintiff sustained a slip and fall at Wal-Mart. Jury verdict for Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. B-164,082; Conex International Corporation vs. Fluor Enterprises, Inc. and Leslie Antalffy; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Mr. Burmeister served as local counsel for the Plaintiff which was alleging business disparagement. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. E-162,269; Michael Gordon as next friend of Ryan Gordon and Sarah Gordon vs. Little Rock Assembly of God, et al; 172nd Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Sexual molestation case against local church and its regional headquarters and national headquarters for youth minister molesting Plaintiffs where Moore Landrey, LLP, served as co-counsel. Judgment for the Plaintiffs. Case settlement thereafter at mediation for confidential amount.

 

Cause No. B-126,144; Texas Metal Works vs. O. L. Gear Co.; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as lead counsel in a case whereby the Defendant sold a faulty steam hammer to the Plaintiff. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. B-134,751; Herbert Straughter, Jr. vs. Gaumer Co., Inc.; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, represented the injured Plaintiff due to a malfunction of the electric eye manufactured by the Defendant, which allowed bags of resin to continue moving on a conveyor belt at Goodyear, causing a bag to strike the Plaintiff, resulting in a lower back fusion. Jury verdict for the Plaintiff.

 

Cause No. B-176,143; E. I. DuPont DeNemours v. Travelers Casualty & Surety Company, et al; In the 60th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Moore Landrey, LLP, served as co-counsel for the Plaintiff, which was seeking to recover asbestosis payouts it had made to various claimants. Confidential settlement.

 

Cause No. D-145,519; Michael Youngblood, et al. vs. Gareth Ward Fell, Executor of Estate of Ronald Fell; Ryder Truck Rental, Inc. And Lester Alison Earl, Individually; In the 136th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas. Lead counsel in wrongful death litigation involving four fatality accident. Parties agreed to a confidential settlement.

 

Cause No. B-150,583; John Rich, et ux, Linda Rich, and Tiffany Rich, a Minor vs. Huntsman Corporation, Texaco Chemical Company and Texaco, Inc.; In the District Court of Jefferson County, Texas; 60th Judicial District. Lead counsel in industrial accident resulting in paraplegic injury, reached confidential settlement.

 

Cause No. 2004-35094; Melissa Daville v. German Newall, M.D.; In the Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas. Lead counsel in medical malpractice case involving blindness resulting from liposuction, reached confidential settlement.

 

Case No. G-96-211; Helmut F. Weissmann and Denise Weissmann vs. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company; In the United States District Court; Southern District of Texas. Lead counsel in wrongful death litigation arising from railroad crossing accident resulting in death. Parties agreed to a confidential settlement.

 

Cause No. A-156,001; Janice Odle, Individually and on Behalf of the Estate of David Odle vs. Dr. Carlos Arroyo and Dr. Mootha Rao; In the District Court of Jefferson County, Texas; 58th Judicial District. Lead counsel in medical malpractice wrongful death case. Parties agreed to a confidential settlement.

 

Cause No. G-97-646; Elizabeth Anderson and Eric Anderson, Individually and on Behalf of Michael Anderson, a minor v. Sandoz Pharmaceutical Corporation; In the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas; Galveston Division. Lead counsel in defective production litigation. Brain damage injury resulting from defective product. Parties agreed to a confidential settlement.

 

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