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August

Blog Posts in August, 2009

  • A Hollister family refused to believe the motorist who blamed their father for causing his own death when in fact, it was the motorist who cut their father off causing a horrific accident which led to his death. The Rodriguez family sued the motorist for the untimely death of their father, German Rodriguez, who was also a local area minister, and has obtained over $2 million--the largest private ...
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  • The Dunnion Law Firm successfully settled a claim for a young female client who was injured when her grandmother's car was struck exiting an apartment complex. There was no police report or other witnesses to the accident. The grandmother of the client settled her own claim and the insurance company offered the young female client's mother only $2000.00 for the injuries she sustained in ...
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  • Soldier Receives Settlement and Waver of Medical Bills

    || 26-Aug-2009

    The Dunnion Law Firm successfully settled a claim for a young soldier who was injured while home on leave from Iraq. The accident, caused by a fellow soldier driving a vehicle he was a passenger in, was a single car rollover crash that resulted in serious injuries to the young soldier. Through aggressive negotiation, The Dunnion Attorneys obtained the full policy limits from the defendants ...
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  • Family Files Lawsuit Over Alleged Hazing Death

    || 9-Aug-2009

    The family of a 19-year-old fraternity pledge killed in an apparent hazing incident has filed a lawsuit against Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina, the Theta Chi fraternity, fraternity members and university administrators. According to the lawsuit, Harrison Kowiak was forced to run back and forth through a dark field as other fraternity members repeatedly tackled him. Kowiak died of a ...
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  • Coach Negligent for Football Injury, Suit Claims

    || 4-Aug-2009

    A St. Louis high school football player suffered serious and permanent brain injuries because of negligence by his coach and the school district, a lawsuit filed by the boy's mother claims. According to the lawsuit, Darren Sunkett forced the boy to play with a defective helmet and ignored signs that the boy had suffered a concussion. The lawsuit also alleges school officials were aware of and ...
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  • Lawsuit Filed Over Fatal Business Fire

    || 4-Aug-2009

    A Montana fishing lodge was negligent in the death of a 58-year-old woman who died in a fire in 2006, a lawsuit filed by the woman's estate claims. According to the lawsuit, the owners of the business failed to install smoke detectors and other fire safety measures. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages on behalf of the woman's estate and a jury trial. AP, Chicago Tribune 08/03/2009 If you ...
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