Tommy James Law > Results

$16 Million Settlement

Two people were killed when steel coils were not properly secured onto a tractor-trailer. The coils came off of the trailer and landed on top of the victims.

$50 Million Judgment

Client murdered by the D.C. snipers, John Allen Muhammad and Lee Boyd Malvo.

$6 Million Settlement During Jury Trial

Client was rendered quadriplegic during a crash due to an automobile product defect.

$5 Million Judgment

Largest judgment ever awarded in the county of the incident. A mental health worker sexually abused a patient who was mentally disabled.

$3 Million Judgment

Eighth-grade female student was sexually abused by her teacher. The teacher was charged criminally with first-degree sexual abuse.

$3 Million Settlement

18-wheeler truck driver fell asleep at the wheel. His truck crossed the median and collided head-on with our client, killing her instantly.

$1.5 Million Jury Verdict

Client’s Taurus gun dropped to the ground while in its holster, with the safety on. The gun discharged causing severe injuries due to the defective safety mechanism.

$1.2 Million Settlement

A mentally and physically disabled patient received over 2,000 fire ant bites in her bed in a facility for the developmentally disabled. The Defendants were aware of an ant problem and they also did not check on the client as required.

$1 Million Policy Limits Settlement

Clients’ family members were murdered as the result of wrongdoing committed by a State of Alabama agency and its employees.

$1 Million Jury Verdict

This verdict was awarded in one of the most conservative counties in the State of Alabama. Mental health workers falsified documents in an attempt to cover up the murder of a mentally disabled patient.

$1 Million Settlement

Client was murdered by work release inmate. It was proven during discovery that the inmate should have never been allowed to be on work release based upon three prior convictions.

$975,000.00 Settlement

The client was beaten in a mental health facility by another patient resulting in him being in a semi-comatose state. The client was unsupervised and the perpetrator was not supposed to be among other patients due to his violent tendencies.

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