$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$4.5 MILLION

Wrongful Death

Federal Court Wrongful Death Tractor Trailor Settlement. $4.5 Mil Settlement in AL. Victims were driving on the interstate when they collided with a tractor-trailer resulting in their deaths.

$4.18 MILLION

Takata Airbag Accident

Morris Haynes received $4,185,983.75 for our clients in a case involving a defective Takata airbag that deployed with too much force causing the driver to lose control of the vehicle and go across a median into oncoming traffic and get hit by an oncoming vehicle killing the driver and the four children in the vehicle and severely injuring the front seat passenger. The Takata airbag recall has been labeled the “largest and most complex safety recall in U.S. history” by the NHTSA. Takata pled guilty to criminal misconduct in January 2017 and entered into a $1 billion settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice. $850 million of that settlement goes to automakers who have been impacted by these defective Takata airbags, and $25 million is a fine for the company’s egregious behavior. The remaining $125 million has been set aside for victim compensation.

$4 MILLION

Car Crash

Estate of Jill Langley v. Waste-Away. A garbage truck struck a high school car. We uncovered the company had previous knowledge about its faulty brakes.

$3.5 MILLION

Wrongful Death

$3.5 Million airbag wrongful death settlement. The case is one of 7 wrongful death or personal injury cases Morris Haynes has filed against either Takata or Honda. Over $12 million for these has been recovered for these cases.

$2.9 MILLION

Truck Accident

Leyva Valdez v. Alpha Mail Carriers. $2.9 Mil Settlement in CA. An 18 wheeler rear-ended a car resulting in 2 deaths and 1 serious injury.

$2.7 MILLION

Personal Injury

After a control valve malfunctioned, a propane heater exploded results in third and second-degree burns, resulting in a $2.7 million dollar settlement in AL.

$2 MILLION

Defective Product

Ruby Bowman v. Collier Oil Company. $2 Mil Settlement in AL. An oil company failed to test & inspect a gas delivery system which lead to a heater explosion.

$1,750,000 SETTLEMENT

Joe Lett v. Anonymous Defendants

The victim, in this case, was an elderly retired gentleman that was walking down the sidewalk on his way to an appointment at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in downtown Birmingham. He was struck by a station wagon that backed out of a loading dock at the rear of the hospital and suffered catastrophic injuries. The driver of the delivery vehicle testified that he did not even look in the direction from which the victim was walking prior to backing out of the loading dock. The vehicle was driven by a subcontractor of a company that delivers radioactive materials. The corporate defendant denied that there was any liability insurance coverage except for the $20,000 afforded by the individual driver’s liability policy. Through discovery and the application of relevant federal statutes, it was determined that the company was responsible for the actions of its contractor because he was involved in the movement and delivery of hazardous, radioactive materials.

$1.7 MILLION

Boating Collision

An 11-year-old camper’s right leg was amputated below the knee when she was run over by a pontoon boat belonging to a summer camp as she and a counselor were waiting to be pulled on a large tube while on a lake outing. Her attorneys prepared an extensive life care plan detailing her medical treatment, including future medical procedures, prostheses, as well as the economic impact and vocational losses due to her injuries. The settlement included a $195,000 recovery for the 21-year-old counselor who suffered a broken jaw.

$1.6 MILLION

Boating Accident

Anonymous Plaintiff v. Anonymous Defendant. Elmore County Case settled for $1,630,287.83 when an intoxicated individual crashed his boat into another boat seriously injuring a 13-year-old boy.

$1.6 MILLION

Medical Malpractice

Estate of Pauline Belcher v Anonymous Hospital. $1,600,000 medical malpractice death case.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

$16 MILLION

Product Defect

Anonymous Plaintiffs v. Anonymous Tire Manufacture and Anonymous Automobile Manufacturer. $16 Mil Settlement in AL. A church van overturned due to a design defect in the tires as well as with the van.

$1.26 BILLION

Class Action

The Class Action was certified by a group of cattlemen for violation of the 1921 Packers and Stockyard Act in the way it influenced the market price of cattle. Morris Haynes was a part of a group of lawyers from several firms that filed and prepared the case which was tried in Montgomery County, Alabama. The Jury returned a $1.26 Billion verdict. Pickett vs Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc.

$58 MILLION

Product Defect

The Estate of Vickie Mohr and Maurin Heathscott sued Daimler Chrysler in Tennessee for an inadequate structural design and a defective Gen-III seat belt latch. The safety design known as the ‘occupant cage’ combined with the defective seatbelt latch failed to protect Vickie and Maurin during an offset frontal collision which resulted in their death. The Jury returned a total verdict of $58 million. Mohr vs Daimler Chrysler Corporation

$40 MILLION

Business Lawsuit

Arthur Green as district attorney of Jefferson County, Bessemer Division v. The Lloyd Noland Foundation, Inc. $40 million dollar settlement in AL. Plaintiff brought a lawsuit against a non-profit making them abide by the terms of the original charter.

$25 MILLION

Insurance Fraud

John Key, along with thousands of others, purchased a variable life insurance policy from Prudential after he was told by his agent that a one-time premium was all that was needed to “pay up” the policy. About six years later Mr. Key began receiving premium due notices. Once he contacted the home office of Prudential he was told that the policy could not be “paid-up”. Prudential made in one year over $200 million dollars from the collection of premiums from the sale of these policies. The jury returned a verdict for $25 million. Key vs Prudential Insurance Co.

$20 MILLION

Tractor Trailer Crash

Jimmy Bogue, driving his SUV, was hit and killed by a coal truck that was going 70 mph in a 35 mph zone and overweighted above the legal limit. It was proven that over 300 coal trucks a day, many overloaded, use the back roads of West Jefferson County to dodge the State weight scales. The legal limit of weight was 88,000 pounds on a five-axle truck and the 750% trucks overweighed by 2,500 pounds on average. The jury returned a $20 million verdict. The Estate of Jimmy Bogue vs Black Warrior Minerals

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