General Motors Found Responsible for Deadly Fire Defect

General Motors Corporation was ordered by a jury to pay $33 million to Robert and Constance McGee, whose 13-year-old son, Shane, was burned to death in their 1983 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cruiser …

Allstate Bets Against Kelley/Uustal

On his way to Home Depot, a hardworking hotel maintenance man was injured in a crash when he was rear-ended by another driver. He was treated and released from the scene by …

1.7 Million Dollar Auto Crash Verdict

On October 17, 1997, a 35-year-old fifth-grade teacher was on her way home from work when she drove off Florida’s Sawgrass Expressway, also known as the Florida State Road 869. The …

Jury Verdict: Auto Manufacturer Ignores Measures to Prevent Rollovers

After four days of deliberation, a Florida jury awarded our client $3.47 million in an automobile rollover case represented by John Uustal of Kelley/Uustal. The accident occurred when our client was …

Construction Company Responsible for Over 100 Crashes

On November 13, 1988, a woman from Tamarac was involved in a semitrailer accident located on University Drive and Interstate 595. However, this woman was not the only person injured in this …

Longest Trial in General Motors History

A jury found General Motors (GM) guilty of negligently designing the fuel tank in a family station wagon that exploded after a low-speed crash. Six people burned, and two died, including a young …

Favorable Verdict for Victim of Police Violence

In the Broward Circuit courtroom of Judge J. Cail Lee, a panel of six jurors viewed a videotape of the 1985 shooting death of 47-year-old Herber Harris III. The video showed a member …

Record Setting Verdict in Tractor Trailer Crash

Jill Grant cannot recall the morning six year ago, when a semi-trailer truck crushed her car like a cheap toy, critically injuring her and forever changing her life. “I can’t even remember …

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