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30 Jan
Construction Defect Litigation

WB Wins $1.1 Million Verdict Against Isenhour Homes for Construction Defects

by Scott Harris | Consumer Products | Share

Four homeowners have won a $1.1 million jury verdict in damages. WB Attorney, Scott Harris, represented the plaintiffs in the case against Cambridge Isenhour Homes, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The homeowners, who sued in 2010 and 2011, said that their homes in the Mackintosh on the Lake Glenmoor subdivision in Burlington, North Carolina, were built…

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26 Mar
Top 10 Fundamental Jury Trial Practice Tips

Top 10 Fundamental Jury Trial Practice Tips

by Dan Bryson | Articles | Share

The following tips are for attorneys who try cases. Over the past 25 years, and particularly in the last few years, I have spent many, many weeks in a variety of complex commercial litigation jury trials, which have resulted in millions of dollars in verdicts. As the years have gone by, I have noticed, or…

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06 Jun
Anatomy of a Win: The Inlet Point Bulkhead Case

Anatomy of a Win: The Inlet Point Bulkhead Case

by Matthew Lee | Articles | Share

Inlet Point HOA v. Intercoastal Diving, Inc. et al It’s been estimated that only 8 to 10 percent of civil cases filed in state court actually go to trial. In the federal courts in 2002, it was as low as 1.8 percent. Although there are a variety of theories for why the instance of civil trials is declining,…

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21 Feb
Hot Coffee

Hot Coffee

by Matthew Lee | Articles | Share

We’ve all heard about the McDonalds hot coffee case: a woman spilled a cup of hot coffee on herself, sued McDonalds, and won millions of dollars. A perfect example of how out of whack our civil justice system is. Or is it? A few weeks ago, my wife and I finally got a chance to…

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John Whitfield has been significant in his management of a suit involving the death of my son in a motorcycle accident. His professionalism, compassion, support, and especially his knowledge base in this suit has been above reproach. He has communicated well and kept all parties apprised of the status of the suit. I feel he negotiated effectively to reach the best possible settlement for my son's estate. He certainly assures his clients are represented well. I am grateful for his successfully bringing this suit to a satisfactory conclusion. In short, John's expertise has been awesome.

Guy Lossing
Lincoln, Nebraska

I am very grateful to Whitfield Bryson for taking the initiative in filing suit against the manufacturers of defective CSST pipe. I am sure that this successful litigation will now help Maryland homeowners become aware of the danger of old style CSST pipe and to let them know what steps they may take to protect themselves against those dangers. Who knows how many lives and homes may be saved as a result of his efforts. Thank you for your important work in this litigation.

George Laufert
Cambridge, Maryland
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