The Myers Firm attorneys represented the children of two parents killed in a car accident caused when a distracted tractor-trailer driver ran through a red light. To demonstrate the emotional devastation suffered by the family members, we hired a professional television producer to conduct a series of interviews and then presented the film at a mediation conducted by a former federal judge. After just one day of mediation, the trucking company agreed to pay our substantial demand, and the case was settled.
Myers Firm attorney won a settlement from Amtrak during the first day of trial for an Electric Traction lineman who suffered shoulder injuries while atop a catenary pole. A hand line hanging loose from the pole was left untended by the company supervisor and foreman, and became entangled in a passing freight train, causing the pole to jerk violently.
Attorney William Myers obtained a large settlement for the parents of a child killed by a defectively-designed car. The child was “hung” by her shoulder harness in a low-impact collision. Myers Firm attorney Bill Myers brought together a team of auto design experts to prove that the manufacturer was negligent in failing to warn parents not to allow children in the front seat and failing to warn against using a shoulder harness. Shortly after the case was settled, the manufacturer placed warnings in all of its cars to seat young children in the back seat, without a shoulder harness.
Myers Firm attorney Bill Myers represented a man whose face was ripped open by an exploding multi-piece truck tire rim. The man suffered fractures to his skull and jaw and the loss of one of his eyes and many of his teeth, and required numerous surgeries over several years. Mr. Myers sued the manufacturer, undertook extensive depositions and forced a settlement on the eve of trial, for an amount the manufacturer insisted be kept confidential.
Attorney Bill Myers represented a young woman suffered left-arm amputation injuries when her vehicle collided with the back of a tractor-trailer truck in an inadequately-lit workplace parking lot.
The Myers Firm attorney Bill Myers represented a woman injured when her car was struck while sitting at an intersection by a “Two Men and A Truck” vehicle. The client underwent treatment and could return to work but Mr. Myers could secure this settlement without the need for her to go to trial.