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Blog Posts in March, 2010

  • Injuries Result in Near Seven Figure Combined Settlement

    || 15-Mar-2010

    personal injury for a husband and wife who were traveling on Friant Road, en route to Table Mountain Casino. Unfortunately, another vehicle proceeding in the opposite direction, allegedly returning from an evening of gambling, crossed over the center line striking the plaintiffs head-on. The husband sustained a cut his nose; lacerations; and a left hip injury and settled his claim for $550,000. ...
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  • Insurance Company Denies Liabilty in Motorcycle Accident

    || 15-Mar-2010

    This client hired the Dunnion Law Firm after having a motorcycle versus automobile accident. The police investigated the matter thoroughly reaching the conclusion that liability was clear against the other party (car). However, the other party and his insurance company disputed the police report denying liability and any payment to the client. Even though there was an indepedent witness who ...
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  • Low Impact Collision Results in Six Figure Settlement

    || 15-Mar-2010

    A 39 year old man contacted The Dunnion Law Firm after being in an accident on May 26, 2008. The insurance carrier told the man he could not have been hurt in the accident because the amount of damage to the vehicle was less than $1,00.00. The repair estimate for the damage to the vehicle was $673.05. The man had prior neck and back injuries, according to medical records. The insurance company ...
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  • Property Owner Held Liable for Injuries Caused by Renters Dog

    || 15-Mar-2010

    The client, a 42 year old construction worker, contacted The Dunnion Law Firm after being bitten on the right forearm by a dog owned by a long time acquaintance. The attack took place at the dog owner’s residence, which was located on property owned by the dog owner’s employer. The dog owner had no insurance and the property owner denied any responsibility, refusing to even identify ...
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