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Josue Ronaldo Pinto Ponce v. Wendy Dinora Perez Carrera, LLC, et al.

Grand Rapids, Michigan personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a wrongful death auto negligence theory.

In Michigan, negligence laws use a structure called “comparative negligence.” Essentially, when you've been injured and you file a personal injury claim seeking damages, you must prove the party that injured you was at least partially at fault for your accident.... More...
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Danny R. Bowles v. Apollo Freight Systems, Inc., et al.

Charleston, West Virginia personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Under West Virginia's comparative negligence laws, an injury victim who is 50% or less at fault for an accident can recover compensation for their injuries. Their total amount of damages will then be reduced by the percentage that they were to blame for the acciden... More...
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Tracie Keehley v. Vernon C. Stiner and Motor Carrier Service, LLC

Rochester, New York personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

New York's contributory negligence law allows injured individuals to recover compensation for their injuries in proportion to the fault of others. Compensation is diminished by whatever percentage of fault is attributable to the injured party.

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Mauricio Melgar v. Rosario Hernandez and United Cargo Logistics, Inc.

Brooklyn, New York personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

New York's contributory negligence law allows injured individuals to recover compensation for their injuries in proportion to the fault of others. Compensation is diminished by whatever percentage of fault is attributable to the injured party.

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Deonta Williams v. Justin McMasters

Gulfport, Mississippi personal injury car wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Mississippi has a pure comparative negligence system. This means that you can still recover damages even if you are 99% at fault for your injuries. In a “modified comparative fault" court system, used by the majority of states now, the plaintiff only recovers if they ... More...
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Armando Escamilla, et al. v. Javier Vera and C & G Transport, Inc.

Las Cruces, New Mexico personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

The case was filed in the Third Judicial District Court, 22cv0638, and was removed to federal court by the Javier Vera and C & G Transport, Inc.

New Mexico is a pure comparative negligence state, meaning, the plaintiff may recover damages so long as they are not 100% at... More...
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Tanya Gilliard and Raymell Christie v. Stevens Transport, Inc.

New Haven, Connecticut personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Connecticut is one of the many states that have comparative negligence laws. As long as an injured party was not more than 50 percent at fault, then he or she can file a personal injury suit against the parties responsible. This is considered a modified comparative la... More...
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Matthewe Sheffield v. Critical Supply Solutions, Inc.

Lincoln, Nebraska personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in damages and/or injuries.

This case was filed in the District Court of Lancaster County, Nebraska, CI23-0621, and was removed to federal court by Critical Supply Solutions, Inc. et al

In Nebraska, the right to compensat... More...
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Robert Leinen v. Christopher J. McKee and PAM Transport, Inc.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania personal injury truck wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

A plaintiff can recover damages if they are less than 51% at fault. If they are found to carry more than 50% of the fault, they cannot seek compensation. ... More...
   $1 (04-10-2024 - PA)

Damon Miller v. Ryan Schunemann

New York City, New York personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligernce theory.

New York's contributory negligence law allows injured individuals to recover compensation for their injuries in proportion to the fault of others. Compensation is diminished by whatever percentage of fault is attributable to the injured party.

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SZ Huang, et al. v. Tesla, Inc., d/b/a Tesla Motor

San Jose, California personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on product liability wrongful death theories

Thirty-eight year old Apple engineer Walter Huang was killed when his Tesla Model X ran off Highway 101 and crashed when on auto pilot.

Tesla took the position that it was the driver's fault.

Elon Musk said: “Tesla policy is never to give in to f... More...
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John Velez v. United Parcel Service, Inc.

Worcester, Massachusetts personal injury lawyer represented the plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory claiming $212,000 in damages.

Massachusetts is a modified comparative negligence state with a 51% bar to recovery. Therefore, as long as you are less than 51% at fault for your injury, you can receive some money for your damages.



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Ana Bermudrez v. Barry Howard and Yaden's Auto Sales, Inc.

Gainesville, Florida personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendants on auto negligence theories.

This case was filed in the Circuit Court of the Eight Judicial Circuit, 01-02022-CA-003107, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants.

Florida operates under a legal doctrine of “pure comparative negligence.” Under this doctrine, a driv... More...
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Deborah Yarber Barnes v. Tarek Abelraouf Ali, et al.

Marshall, Texas personal injury lawyer truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff on an auto negligence.

In Texas, negligent parties are held liable for any harms suffered due to their negligence. Commercial entities, such as rental car companies or ride sharing services, may also be found liable under some circumstances. Finally, strict liability laws may apply in certain cases, regard... More...
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Paula Brooks v. Jorge Blanco Acosta and Cusi Trucking Corp.

Denver, Colorado personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

This case was filed in the Elbert County District Court, 2023CV30014, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants.

Colorado state law uses 50% modified comparative negligence. That means that if a driver is over 50% at fault for an accident, they give up their right to... More...
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Alieu Sheriff v. Four Cousins Burgers and Fries of NH, LLC, d/b/a Five Guys

Concord, New Hampshire personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on a negligence theory.

Modified comparative negligence. A plaintiff 51% or more at fault cannot recover. A plaintiff 50% or less at fault can recover in proportion to their amount of fault.J... More...
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Luis Alberto Ramos-Ortiz v. Bayou Logistics LLC, et al.

Beaumont, Texas personal injury truck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence.

In Texas, negligent parties are held liable for any harms suffered due to their negligence. Commercial entities, such as rental car companies or ride sharing services, may also be found liable under some circumstances. Finally, strict liability laws may apply in certain cases, regardless... More...
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Victor Cardenas v. Ever Fresh Farms Transportation, Inc., et al.

Tulsa, Oklahoma personal injury truck wreck lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued the Defendants on auto negligence theories.

This case was filed in the District Court, Creek County, Oklahoma, CJ-23-0001, and was removed to federal court by Ever Fresh Farms Transportation, Inc., et al.

Oklahoma has a modified comparative negligence law. Under this rule, a car accident victim... More...
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Jose Rodriguez-Rohena and Cassy Quiroa v. Damian Garza, et al.

Denver, Colorado personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Colorado state law uses 50% modified comparative negligence. That means that if a driver is over 50% at fault for an accident, they give up their right to receive compensation for damages. Other states throughout the country have similar regulations in place regarding traffic... More...
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John Crum and Sondra Crum v. R.J. Corman Railroad Construction, LLC, et al.

Jacksonville, Florida personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiffs who sued the Defendants on auto negligence theories.

This case was filed in the Fourth Judicial Circuit, Duval County, 2021-CA-001769, and was removed to federal court by the Defendants.


Florida operates under a legal doctrine of “pure comparative negligence.” Under this doctrine, a driver's percent... More...
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Geoffrey Paul Arce v. Christopher Desh Lachman and Enterprise Holdings Inc., d/b/a Enterprise Rent-A-CAR

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

Oklahoma has a modified comparative negligence law. Under this rule, a car accident victim who shares the blame for a crash may recover compensation as long as they are not more at fault for the accident than the defendant. The accident victim's compensation is reduced... More...
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Glen Ralph Bertrand v. Colette Renee Bertrand and Shannon Gartner d/b/a Bear Creek Trucking

Billings, Montana personal injury lawyers represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

Montana follows a “modified” comparative negligence rule, which means that a plaintiff can recover damages only if their degree of fault is less than 50%. If the plaintiff's fault is found to be 50% or more, they are barred from recovering any damages.

This case was filed... More...
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Joseph Dory and Gregory Jones v. United States of America

Boise, Idaho personal injury lawyer represented the Plaintiffs who sued on Federal Tort Claims Act negligence theories.

Idaho follows the modified comparative negligence rule. Under this rule, a plaintiff (the injured party) can only recover damages if their percentage of fault is less than 50%. If the plaintiff is found to be 50% or more responsible for the accident, they cannot recover ... More...
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Britta Franck v. Skylar Thurmond and Waterfall Group, LLC

Wichita, Kansas personal injury car wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on auto negligence theories.

Formed in 1995, The Waterfall Group, LLC has advised commercial real estate clients locally and nationally to maximize value and increase return on investment.

Kansas follows the comparative negligence rule. This rule means that if you are found to have contributed to ... More...
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Luis Dvid Ruiz v. Allied Van Lines, Inc., et al.

Las Vegas, Nevada personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented the Plaintiff who sued on an auto negligence theory.

This case was filed in the 8th Judicial District Court, A-22-853257-C, and was removed to federal court by Allied Van Lines, Inc. et al.

Under Nevada law, a car accident victim can only recover damages if their percentage of fault is less than 50%. If a victim is... More...
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