How I Obtained Justice For My Client

HIOJ: The Defendant’s Medical Records V. The Facts

HOW I OBTAINED JUSTICE The Defendant’s Medical Records V. The Facts By Geoffrey Pope & Marc Howard In 2012, a referring lawyer brought Terri Franklin to our office. Terri was a 31-year-old who had given birth less than a year earlier to a little girl named Kendyl. During her pregnancy, Terri had taken the teratogenic blood pressure medication Benicar. Also ...

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Justice For Sarah Jones

BY JEFFREY R. HARRIS AND YVONNE S. GODFREY On February 20, 2014, 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones reported to work on the movie “Midnight Rider,” a film based on the life of Southern rocker Greg Allman, on location in a rural area near Jesup, Georgia. On the first day of shooting, Sarah and the rest of the film crew set ...

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Sometimes the Sudden Emergency Isn’t So Sudden

BY MICHAEL L. NEFF An elderly, retired postal worker lives in Ohio. Loving baseball, come March there’s no place he’d rather be than spring training in Florida. So, each year, he packs up his Toyota Highlander SUV and drives south, through Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia, to reach his destination. Unfortunately, on March 20, 2014, something catastrophic happened. As the man ...

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Leaving an Impact Long After Verdict Awarded

BY CHRIS GLOVER The Case The case started much like many automotive product liability cases – a new case with a catastrophic injury or death with the unanswered question of whether the vehicle played a role. This time my client’s wife, Penney Bruner, had died in the crash. It never gets easy to hear. Penney was home with her daughter ...

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