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SOME OF OUR RESULTS: Slip and Fall at Restaurant - $15,000,000.00 * Delay and Punitive Damages for Construction Contractor - $15,199,000.00 * Accident Causing Inner Ear and Back Injury $1,355,000.00 * Industrial Fall $1,100,000.00 * Rear End Collision - $1,490,000.00 * SUV Rollover - $3,400,000.00 * Industrial Crane Accident - $1,250,000.00 * Drunk Driver Car Collision - $2,100,000.00 * Two Car Accident - $1,400,000.00 * Struck by Car - $565,000.00 * Trip and Fall - $85,000.00 * Failure to Supervise Blood Donation $75,000.00 * Failure to Pay Disability Insurance Policy - $450,000.00 * Providing Wrong (Dangerous) Fuel to Customer - $1,100,000.00 * Surgeon Failure to Obtain Informed Consent from Patient - $100,000.00 * Nursing Home Failure to Maintain Oral Hygiene - $67,000.00 * Hospital Failure to Prevent Patient Suicide - $275,000.000 * Failure to Install Hospital Bed Alarms Causing Patient Fall - $219,000.00 * Failure to Pay Disability Insurance - $800,000.00 * Car Wreck Causing Non-Surgical Back Injury - $275,000.00 * Car Accident Causing Muscle and Ligament Injury $160,000.00 * Car Accident Causing Soft Tissue back Injury $100,000.00 * Child on Bike Struck by Car * $25,000.00 (to date)

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Black History: The Desegregation of LSU Law School

By Bryan Fisher

February is Black History month. Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent […]

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Hoboken Train Crash Injures Hundreds and Kills At Least Three

By Clifford Tucker

Normally, Hoboken Train Station is a bustling high traffic commuter hub for people traveling to and from New York City.  On September 29, 2016, at about 8:45 a.m., a commuter train crashed at full speed into the Hoboken station.  The New York Times reported at least one person was killed, but soon after, Reuters reported that three people were killed. […]

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Child Deaths Lead to IKEA Recall of Dressers and Desks With Tip Over Hazards

By Clifford Tucker

Some products look safe but are actually hazardous.  Products near children made to appear innocent can lead to child deaths.  Product recalls help protect consumers and the public.  IKEA agreed to recall millions of dressers and desks that led to child deaths and injuries. The dressers and desks tip over when they are not bolted to the wall.  The […]

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Leonard Fournette’s $10M policies and the unregulated world of player protection

By Olivia Illing

Bryan Fisher of Fisher Injury Lawyers, considered a top NCAA disability and loss of value insurance attorney, cited in CBS Sports article on Leonard Fournette’s insurance policy. BATON ROUGE, La. — Leonard Fournette wasn’t comfortable when confronted with his athletic mortality. Did it ever cross his mind — LSU‘s junior tailback was asked recently — that his […]

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Beware the Consequences of Social Media

By Bryan Fisher

Beware the Consequences of Social Media.  You have been warned. Former Ole Miss standout, Laremy Tunsil, was hit square in the face with the consequences of social media posts.  It happened at the worst of times, too. Just as the 2016 NFL Draft kicked off, a video of Tunsil hitting a bong through a gas […]

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Demanding “Safe Spaces”

By Bryan Fisher

The April 6 edition of Rolling Stone contained an interesting article titled “College Kids Aren’t the Only Ones Demanding Safe Spaces”.   The point of the article was that those who poke fun at the notion of safe spaces on college campus (typically older Americans) are themselves residing in safe spaces.  The point is accurate but, […]

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Breslin Moves Forward with Disability Insurance Lawsuit Against USC

By Olivia Illing

Morgan Breslin is represented by Bryan Fisher of Fisher Injury Lawyers in the USC action.  Fisher, considered a top NCAA disability and loss of value insurance attorney, also represents Breslin in claims against AmTrust (Lloyd’s of London).  He is a veteran of many NCAA and NFL disability claims and lawsuits and has led the development […]

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Travel Weekly Reports on Gogo Inc. Lawsuit

By Bryan Fisher

Travel Weekly, a leading news source serving the travel industry, reports that Gogo, Inc. has again been sued by unhappy customers.  The report notes that “(t)hree consumers are seeking class-action status for a lawsuit they filed Jan. 29 against airline WiFi provider Gogo Inc. The suit, filed by the Gogo customers in the U.S. District […]

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Gogo, Inc. Inflight Wireless Provider Sued By Customers

By Olivia Illing

NEW YORK –Customers are suing leading provider in global aero-communications services, Gogo, Inc. after much dissatisfaction with Wi-Fi services. The lawsuit, filed in the Federal District Court in New York City, claims that Gogo misrepresented the availability, reliability, and coverage of its services. The lawsuit seeks certification as a national class action suit. The plaintiffs […]

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Sixteen NYC Construction Worker Deaths Leads Workers to Rally for Safety at City Hall

By Clifford Tucker

On December 10, 2015, thousands of New York City construction workers from every trade (iron workers, lathers, painters, carpenters, teamsters, laborers etc.) gathered in the narrows near Beekman Street and Nassau Street to rally for job safety.   Cops marked a rally route with crowd control metal gates but the mass of hard hats is […]

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