On April 11, 2011, Attorneys John W. Witten and Jeffrey D. Rowe obtained a unanimous jury verdict of $153,000 for their client – including $125,000 in non-economic damages – in a medical malpractice action tried in the U.S. District Court for the District of Kansas.
Attorneys Ryan D. O’Dell and Chris L. Kurtz obtain summary judgment, including monetary damages and a permanent injunction, from the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri, enforcing a non-compete agreement against a client’s former independent contractor.
Compensatory portion of $10.4 million verdict upheld by Montana Supreme Court. Recently, the Montana Supreme Court affirmed the $6.7 million compensatory verdict (which with interest came to over $8 million) that our firm obtained in a case involving a defective Evenflo On My Way child safety seat which killed a toddler named Tyler Malcolm.
The Missouri Court of Appeals handed down an interesting decision in City of Kimberling City v. Leo Journagan Construction Company, Inc.:
After completion of a sewer project, the City’s streets began sinking in many locations, which it claimed was due to improper compaction by Journagan, the general contractor on the project.