Case Results

Worker Falls Through Skylight

Summary/Injuries: Our client was working to repair a vent fan at a local clothing factory when he fell through an acrylic plastic skylight in the roof. Suffering severe injuries such as the loss of his leg. We successfully fought for our clients rights to dispute the strength of the skylight that resulted in the accident, leading to a jury verdict for the plaintiff.

Awarded: $33,839,000

Death At Juvenile Boot Camp

Summary/Injuries: Puls Haney senior attorney Mark Haney respresented the family of a young man who died while in custody at a tarrant county juvenile boot camp facility. While in custody the young man died due to negligence, after presenting the case in court our clients were awarded with a favorable judgement.

Awarded: $43,000,000

Libelous Statements From Newspaper

Summary/Injuries: Senior attorney Kelly Puls was involved in a well-known libel case that resulted in an $8.5 million dollar verdict for claims arising out of libelous statements published in a leading newspaper regarding the plaintiff’s Pierce Marshall’s appointment as power of attorney over his father Howard Marshall, at the time Anna Nicole Smith was married to Mr. Marshall (Cause No. 95-9248-J, Marshall v. Marshall, in the 191st Judicial District Court, Dallas County, Texas).

Awarded: $8,500,000



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