Lawyers for a 56-year-old Fort Worth air conditioning repairman severely burned while fixing a compressor are asking a state judge to uphold a multimillion-dollar judgment for their client. Clarence Johnson sued St. Louis-based Emerson Climate Technologies and Fusite for designing and selling the defective compressor that sprayed scorching oil on his face and torso while […]
On October 23, 2015, a Tarrant County jury returned a 16.3 million dollar verdict in favor of Plaintiff, Clarence Johnson. The product liability case involved an air conditioning compressor and components designed and sold by Emerson Climate Technologies and Fusite. The defendants’ compressor failed, spewing pressurized hot flaming oil onto Mr. Johnson’s face, neck and […]
Andy Payne and Jim Mitchell have been selected to be included in 2016 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Congratulations!
Partners Andy Payne, Jim Mitchell and Todd Ramsey have been selected as 2015 Texas Super Lawyers. Also, great job to Andy Payne as he is included as one 2015’s Top 100 Lawyers in Texas and Top 100 Lawyers in Dallas/Fort Worth.
We are honored to represent Skyler Anderson’s family against Fiat Chrysler and proud of their efforts to improve safety. NHTSA just levied a $100 million+ fine and started a program to buy back these defective vehicles. Sadly, this is fourth family we have represented who have suffered injuries or death due to defects in the […]
PMLG is proud of partners Andy Payne and Todd Ramsey for their jury verdict of over $3.6 million this week in Odessa for their client who suffers severe head injuries from a car accident when a truck ran a red light. Check out the article to learn more.
Make sure your headlights and taillights are working properly. Traffic death rates are three times greater at night than during the day.
PMLG partners Andy Payne and Todd Ramsey each gave a presentation at the State Bar Advanced Personal Injury Seminar held in Dallas.
Use a seatbelt on every trip, no matter how short. Seatbelts reduce serious crash-related injuries and deaths by about 50%.