Plaintiff was a novice bull rider that rode for Defendant’s for-profit rodeo. Defendants increased the risk involved in bull riding by failing to provide safety equipment and/or training such as mandating helmets and vests, positioning the bull in the wrong direction and opening the chute the wrong way. As a proximate result, plaintiff was dragged Read More »
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Plaintiff, A “mom-and-pop” business, was cheated out of a contract and forced out of business. $1 Million.
Plaintiff’s home suffered water damage that was caused by a sink. $1.1 Million.
Plaintiff, an oil field worker, was working on an oil-well located in Bakersfield, California. While performing testing on the oil-well, a dry tool used for pressure testing detached and shot out, striking plaintiff in the head. As a result of the subcontractors’ failure to perform the testing in a safe and reasonable manner, plaintiff sustained Read More »