• Underground utility company client given advice by insurance agent over 10 year period regarding worker’s compensation insurance which resulted in improper premium being paid.  After suit filed by worker’s compensation insurance carrier against client, seeking premiums which were not paid but should have been paid, the client settled and suit was brought for client against the agent and broker.  $1,000,000.00 settlement obtained for client.
  • Construction company business client was providing significant renovation and addition to large beachfront home with affluent owner. Owner of business which made custom saltwater fish tank for owner of home stumbled while bringing fish tank into home and it landed on his hand in the driveway and severed a finger. Fish tank business owner blamed contractor client for incident claiming debris left at construction site caused fall with consequential loss of ability to engage in trade in similar manner and related loss of income. Verdict in favor of contractor business client.
  • Physician brought suit against two limited liability companies and an individual with regard to the purchase of a lot for a medical office for breach of contract and violation of the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (“ILSA”). Defended case as co-counsel for all defendants. Obtained dismissal of case without payment of any monies being made by business and individual clients.
  • Young school teacher and his wife with a young child purchased their first home. The home was newly built and under construction when the bought it. Not long after the moved in they noticed serious settling problems. Contractor made attempt to resolve issues but ineffective. Suit brought for construction defects and breach of warranty on behalf of teach and his spouse. Six figure settlement obtained on behalf of clients.
  • Child fell out the window of an apartment building and suffered severe brain injury. Architects, engineers, city building inspector and owner of apartment building sued over window from which child fell being below height required by building code. Represented business owner of apartment building. Obtained judgment in favor of client on basis that defect in window was latent, meaning not open and obvious to the owner, which would be patent, because while the owner could see the window and its height without having knowledge of building code owner could not appreciate any defect.
  • Represented roofing company business sued for breach of contract by man for whom roofing services performed. Following non-jury trial judgment obtained in favor of client.
  • Home builder business client sued by person who claimed to have tripped and fallen over sprinkler head next to sidewalk while approaching a model home with a sales agent.  Jury verdict obtained in favor of business client.
  • Young school teacher and his wife with a young child purchased their first home.  The home was newly built and under construction when the bought it.  Not long after the moved in they noticed serious settling problems.  Contractor made attempt to resolve issues but ineffective.  Suit brought for construction defects and breach of warranty on behalf of teach and his spouse.  Six figure settlement obtained on behalf of clients.