Brannock & Humphries Upholds Trial Court Order Denying Workers’ Compensation Immunity, Protects Injured Worker’s Right To Sue
A hauling worker who was seriously injured when he was knocked off his semi-trailer while it was being loaded with yard trash at a transfer station in Volusia County prevailed today in convincing the Fifth District Court of Appeal to deny workers’ compensation immunity to the land clearing company whose
Today, at Brannock & Humphries’ urging, the Fourth District Court of Appeal issued an opinion reversing the reduction of a $1 million verdict against cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris.
The Third District Court of Appeal issued an opinion today upholding an order denying R.J. Reynolds a new trial on claims for fraudulent concealment and conspiracy in a non-Engle progeny tobacco lawsuit.
Describing decades-long efforts by the tobacco industry to intentionally design addictive and deadly cigarettes and to conspire to hide the dangers of smoking cigarettes from the public, the Second District Court of Appeal today upheld a $32.75 million verdict obtained by a Brannock & Humphries client against tobacco companies Philip
Today, the Third District Court of Appeal upheld a judgment awarding $14.5 million to Carmenza Merino in an Engle progeny suit brought against cigarette manufacturer Philip Morris.