All cases are different, depending on the facts and circumstances of each case. We cannot guarantee or predict what might happen in any individual case. The following cases are not meant to predict what might happen in another case. Here are a sampling of some of our trial and appellate victories:
TRIAL VERDICTS AND SETTLEMENTS
$2,570,000 verdict in as sexual harassment case, plus over $300,000 in attorneys fees.
$950,000 verdict in age discrimination case, plus attorneys fees to be assessed.
$1,145,000.00 verdict in sex discrimination and Equal Pay Act case, excluding award of attorneys fees.
$650,000.00 verdict in sexual harassment case.
$1,600,000.00 settlement in whistleblower case.
$595,000.00 settlement in race discrimination, sexual harassment and retaliation case against City of Kansas City, mayor, and mayor's wife.
$400,000.00 verdict in age discrimination and retaliation case, with attorneys fees of an additional $200,000.00.
$190,000.00 verdict in disability discrimination case, excluding award of attorneys fees.
$400,000.00 settlement in sexual harassment case.
$310,000.00 judgment in age discrimination arbitration excluding attorneys fees.
$551,500.00 verdict in whistleblower case.
$530,000.00 verdict in retaliation case, exclusive of attorneys fees.
$500,000.00 settlement in whistleblower case after three days in trial.
$250,000.00 settlement in whistleblower case.
$300,000.00 settlement in sexual harassment case.
$280,000.00 settlement in retaliation case.
$318,600.00 verdict in age discrimination and retaliation case excluding attorneys fees.
$200,000.00 verdict in age discrimination case.
$125,000.00 verdict in sexual harassment case.
$361,597.94 verdict for broken ankle sustained in a fall in an open hole.
$265,000.00 settlement for broken foot caught in escalator.
$300,000.00 verdict, reduced by 25% for comparative fault, for broken arm sustained in slip and fall.
$725,000.00 settlement for man injured while the bicycle he was riding was struck by pick-up truck, causing a closed head injury.
Confidential settlement - racial harassment case settled in the middle of trial.
Baker v. Silver Oak Senior Living Management Co., 581 F.3d 684 (8th Cir. 2009), reversal of grant of summary judgment in age discrimination and retaliation case.
Drum v. Leeson Electric Corp., 565 F.3d 1071 (8th Cir. 2009), reversal of summary judgment in wage disparity and Equal Pay Act case.
Wallace v. DTG Operations, Inc., 563 F.3d 357 (8th Cir. 2009), 442 F.3d 112 (8thCir. 2006), two appeals in the Eighth Circuit, one before trial and one after winning in trial.
Self v. Midwest Orthopedics Foot & Ankle, P.C., 272 S.W.3d 364 (Mo. App. W.D. 2008), reversal of dismissal in state pregnancy discrimination case.
Marlar v. Yellow Transportation Corp., (2006) arbitration appeal affirming decision in client's favor in age discrimination case.
Shaver v. Independent Stave Co., 350 F.3d 716 (8th Cir. 2003), reversal of summary judgment in disability retaliation case. First case to recognize cause of action of disability harassment in 8th Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States.
Moisant v. Air Midwest, Inc., 291 F.3d 1028 (8th Cir. 2002), reversal of grant of judgment on the pleadings in sexual harassment case.
Brown v. Lester E. Cox Medical Centers, 286 F.3d 1040 (8th Cir. 2002), win in appeal after trial win in disability discrimination case.
Sims v. Health Midwest Physicians Services Corp., 196 F.3d 915 (8th Cir. 1999) reversal of summary judgment in sexual harassment case.
Haberthur v. City of Raymore, 119 F.3d 720 (8th Cir. 1997), reversal of summary judgment in Section 1983 case.
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