Andy Payne has been selected to serve on the UNT College of Law Board of Visitors. The Board is made up of 32 Leaders of the Bar, and will help support the law school and serve as a bridge to the legal community. The Board member’s serve a 3 year term. Andy is pleased and […]
We are honored to announce that PayneMitchell Associate, Stefanie Bradshaw, has been named a Texas Rising Star by Super Lawyers for two consecutive years. A professional distinction awarded to only 2.5% of licensed attorneys in the state.
Jim Mitchell delivered a speech about trial focus groups while using a consultant and non-consultant at the 2016 Trial Skills CLE Seminar in New Orleans, LA. Check out the slides to learn more about Jim’s presentation.
Andy Payne and Todd Ramsey have been selected to serve on the planning committee for the State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Seminar. The committee plans the premier CLE for personal injuries litigators. The three day seminar will be held in Dallas, San Antonio and Houston and will be attended by thousands of personal […]
Attorneys from PayneMitchell Law Group and Wigington Rumley Dunn & Blair represented a family of Plaintiffs in a recent lawsuit against a commercial trucking company. A driver for the company had rear-ended a passenger car, injuring its driver and killing two passengers. Counsel for the Plaintiffs uncovered evidence of distracted driving on the part of […]
FW Weekly features our client, Clarence Johnson. A faulty AC unit caused Clarence to suffer from severe burns on over 62% of his body and a jury to award $16.3 million in damages. Read his miraculous story here.
Andy Payne and Jim Mitchell are happy to support the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program that helps those despite their economic circumstances to receive legal advice and representation from volunteer attorneys. Check out the article on the front page of Headnotes here.
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 […]