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N.A. v. Deschutes Brewer, Inc.
Personal Injury: Allergic reaction

Minor began to eat a hamburger said to be gluten free after several notifications to the wait staff of the allergy. Bun on the hamburger was not gluten free, and child was taken to the hospital with anaphylaxis shock. Settlement was for $19,500.
 
F.S. v. P.N.​
Copyright: DMCA Take Down Notice
 
Within approximately 24-hours the defendant agreed to remove the copyrighted material.
Confidential v. Confidential
Employment: Final Paycheck
 
Obtained penalty wage agreement within approximately one-week of notice to the employer.
Y.L. v. R.H., et al.​
Personal Injury: Rear-end automobile collision
 
Took over the case after the lawsuit had been filed from prior counsel, and was able to get it settled within one-week. Settlement was for $15,000, or three times what the offer was to the prior attorney.
 
 
J.P. v. Allstate
Insurance Coverage: Property damage claim denied

Client's property damage claim was denied by the insurance company that advertises to watch out for cut-rate insurance companies. A simple letter for a fixed fee caused Allstate to accept the claim.
 
 
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