SEEKING JUSTICE IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS OF PRACTICE
Criminal Law Injuries and death cases Medical malpractice
DWI Defective products Eminent domaine
Throughout the United States -- unique specialty
Psychiatric malpractice including malpractice involving psychiatric drugs
Product liability involving prescription drugs and psychiatric drugs
Freeman v. Upjohn -- involving the drug halcion for sleep and numerous other cases against Upjohn involving halcion.
Morgan v. Walmart -- involving the drug despipramine for alleged ADHD
Hammons v. Kaiser Permanente -- involving addiction to Xanax and traumatic withdrawal.
Reinhardt v. Kaiser Permanente -- Action against Kaiser for the death of a woman who was prescribed Tegretol without proper blood work and monitoring. The case went to arbitration in Los Angeles, California and her estate and children were awarded nearly $700,000 together with approximately $165,000 in costs and attorneys fees. The total attorneys fees were $223,559. After costs and attorneys fees, the client netted $636,925.
Wright v. Walker and numerous medical malpractice cases involving addiction to Xanax and other benzodiazepines
Dobbs v. Ford Motor Co. involving the rollover of a Bronoc II causing the death of a young mother and permanent injuries to the father of a small child.
Taylor v. State -- criminal conviction overturned due to numerous instances of prosecution overreaching and prosecutorial misconduct. Case dismissed after reversal for lack of evidence because the State's incompetent evidence was inadmissible.