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The Gilbert Law Firm, LLC

We focus helping anyone injured or killed as a result of someone else's negligence. Our primary mission is to achieve justice and make our clients whole.

How Goodyear Hid Evidence Of 'The Worst Tire Made In History' Linked To At Least 9 Deaths In October 2003, Billy Wayne Woods and his family packed into a luxury $181,000 motorhome for a fun getaway to Florida. Call it a textbook American vacation: their destination was Disney World, and with his wife, Shirley, his son and daughter-in law and two grandchildren in tow, the trip would surel...

Texas passed a bill this year that will make it harder for Harvey victims to sue insurers over claims

Good article on protecting your rights. A new law, set to take effect Friday, aims to crack down on frivolous insurance lawsuits. But House Bill 1774 also reduces the penalty fees that insurance companies face for late payments if the policyholder files a lawsuit.

An insurance law in Texas is about to change

8/31/17 is an important deadline for Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey. As Harvey pummels Texas, an insurance disputes law is about to change.


Please be careful and alert as motorcycles get back on the road this spring!

Three motorcyclists died on Colorado roads Friday.

Feds sue nation's biggest student loan company for misleading borrowers | Jobs | Dallas News Dallas News: your source for breaking news and analysis for Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas and around the world. Read it here, first.

Damage Caps Constitutional When Applied to Sexual Assault of Minor

A young woman was raped by her pastor. She sued him for money damages. The rapist pled guilty and is in prison. The jury in the civil case returned a verdict of $3.5 million for the rape victim's pain and suffering, but because of Ohio's caps on pain and suffering, the verdict was reduced to $500,000. The Supreme Court of Ohio upheld the cap and refused to make an exception for victims of rape. This is a disgusting example of why caps are bad. Shame on the Ohio Supreme Court. Capping damages awarded in a civil lawsuit to a teenage victim of a sexual assault did not violate the girl’s constitutional rights, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled today.

Johnson & Johnson hit with over $1 billion verdict on hip implants

Jurors don't return verdicts like this unless a company's conduct is outrageous. Congratulations to plaintiffs' counsel for this important verdict. Our law firm is reviewing hip implant cases. If you have a metal-on-metal hip implant that is painful or had to be replaced, contact us today. A federal jury in Dallas on Thursday ordered Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.N) and its DePuy Orthopedics unit to pay more than $1 billion to six plaintiffs who said they were injured by Pinnacle hip implants.

Unsealed Remington Documents Posted by Public Justice Show Defective Triggers in Millions of Rifles Could Fire on Their Own - Public Justice

Owners of Remington Model 700 rifles need to claim their free trigger replacement. Your rifle is dangerous without it. Gun Owners Need to Claim Free Trigger Replacements ASAP By Arthur Bryant Chairman Public Justice today made over 133,000 previously-sealed Remington documents available to the public on a new website, The documents show the company knew for decades the trigger in the Remi...

Law Firm's TV Ad Sparks Defense Bar Backlash

The TRUTH about "something the insurance companies don't want you to know. In almost all of our car crash cases, the person who caused the crash has insurance but the jury is never allowed to know. I don't think that's fair. You might feel sorry for the at-fault driver because you think they will have to pay, but the insurance company pays for that driver's lawyers, court costs and the verdict. Spread the word. Now you know." In the commercial, a Morgan & Morgan partner tells viewers that insurance companies, not drivers, foot the bill for verdicts in most car crash cases but ...

At least 51 workers have died in Colorado's oil and gas fields since 2003 - The Denver Post Drilling for oil and gas is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country, yet the system does not consistently protect workers and fails to hold companies accountable. The Denver Post spent a year investigating safety in the petroleum extraction industry in Colorado.

Bullied Deaf Student’s Backpack Dumped in Nebraska High School Toilet, Prompting Investigation

Horrible story. In this world, bullies come in all shapes and sizes. At The Gilbert Law Firm, we fight the bullies, no matter how "big" they think they are. The belongings of a student who is deaf were dumped into a toilet at a Nebraska high school recently, prompting an investigation into the reported bullying incident that has gained national attenti…

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Texas Prepares to Execute A Man Who Killed No One Jeff Wood was outside in a pickup when his partner killed a Kerrville convenience store clerk in 1996, but he was sentenced to death under Texas' felony murder statute, commonly known as the law of parties.

Court Blocks Class Action Suit Against Payday Lender Cash Biz

Tragic outcome for low-income Texas consumers and in favor of predatory lenders. An appeals court derailed a class action lawsuit aimed at keeping lender Cash Biz from using the criminal justice system to file charges against...

Jury hits debt collector with $38M judgment

Debt collector outfit LVNV hit with a large jury verdict because of its practices. Many people ignore debt collection lawsuits until it's too late, simply because they don't have the money. However, without representation, debtors have no protection against unscrupulous debt collectors. A Baltimore jury hit a Las Vegas debt collector with a $38 million judgment, the largest judgment against a debt collector in Maryland history.

Beatrice Six win millions in civil rights claims in wrongful conviction case

Congratulations to Maren Chalupka for obtaining justice for her wrongfully convicted clients. Members of the Beatrice Six have prevailed in their civil rights lawsuit against law enforcement authorities who helped wrongly convict them in a 1985 rape and homicide. Collectively, they were awarded damages of over $28 million.

Private prisons are shrouded in secrecy. I took a job as a guard to get inside—then things got crazy

Interesting article on CCA, the private enterprise prison giant. This is the biggest investigation we’ve ever published.

There might be free tickets sitting in your Ticketmaster account right now

Check your Ticketmaster account to see if you have any vouchers from this class-action suit. After nearly a decade of legal wrangling, the class-action lawsuit against Ticketmaster—known as Schlesinger v. Ticketmaster if you’re introducing it to your parents—finally resolved in 2011. But it’s taken the ticketing service another five years to get the court-ordered settlement—issued due to th

John Oliver Buys $15M In Medical Debt, Then Forgives It

Don't be bullied by unscrupulous debt collectors. Albeit limited, the law provides consumers with rights and remedies. We can tell you about the growing problem of medical debt and how hospitals are suing thousands of patients for having the gall to be both sick and poor, or how debt collectors screw-up and use ill…

Maker of $1.5 Million Surgical Robot Hid More Than 700 Injury Claims, Insurer Says It’s health insurers’ cardinal rule: disclose pre-existing conditions.

Attorney Steven Kherkher Wins $46.5 Million Verdict Against Monsanto | Williams Kherkher

Congratulations to Steve Kherkher of Williams Kherkher on an outstanding verdict against Monsanto. Great job! Attorney Steven Kherkher of Williams Kherkher recently won a $46.5 million verdict against Monsanto and three other companies.

'You want a description of hell?' OxyContin's 12-hour problem #InvestigatingOxy

Purdue Pharma has been a huge player in the painkiller addiction and resultant heroin abuse plaguing our country. OxyContin's 12-hour problem

In N.F.L., Deeply Flawed Concussion Research and Ties to Big Tobacco An investigation by The New York Times raises questions about the league’s concussion research and its relationship with the tobacco industry.

Colorado approves retroactive reversal of marijuana convictions The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that residents there convicted of marijuana possession before recreational weed was legalized may be eligible to have those decisions overturned.

J&J Must Pay $72 Million Over Talc Tied to Woman's Cancer Johnson & Johnson must pay $72 million to the family of a woman who blamed her fatal ovarian cancer on the company’s talcum powder in the first state-court case over the claims to go to trial.

Colorado lawmakers consider criminal sentencing reform

Mandatory minimums - lazy or just? Who benefits and who pays for mandatory minimum sentences? This session, a handful of bills are taking aim at sentencing reform in Colorado, mimicking changes taking place in federal courts and other states.

Vail: Woman attacked by rancher's dogs receives $1 million settlement

Colorado dog owners, will you be covered if your dog bites someone? Check your homeowner's policy to make sure you are covered AND that your breed is not excluded. A woman, who was mauled by two Great Pyrenees dogs during a mountain bike race, has settled her lawsuit against the dogs' owners for $1 million

Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca to plead guilty in jail scandal, his attorney says Retired Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca will plead guilty Wednesday in a downtown federal courtroom to making a false statement, marking a dramatic turn in the ongoing federal investigation into corruption in the Sheriff's Department.

Meet the ‘rented white coats’ who defend toxic chemicals

Junk Science for hire to sway litigation. One of the largest customers is the State of Texas. Texas tax dollars are used to create "science" that hurts injured Texans. Litigation and regulation in the U.S. increasingly are being influenced by corporate-funded research

Why the NFL does not want you to say “S- B-”… and how the NFL may be wrong - Generic Fair Use

The interesting world of trademarks... On Sunday, February 7, 2016, the Carolina Panthers® and Denver Broncos® will take the field for the kickoff of Super Bowl® 50. This is the annual showcase game for the National Football League®. In the interim time, the NFL® has assembled an army of lawyers that are ready, willing and able to send a…

Swedish Medical Center patients may be at risk for HIV, hepatitis because of former employee Hospital administrators are investigating a possible drug diversion case involving a former employee.

GlaxoSmithKline fined $3bn after bribing doctors to increase drugs sales Sales reps in the US encouraged to mis-sell antidepressants Paxil and Wellbutrin and asthma treatment Advair

14th Court of Appeals Reverses $21M Verdict Over Oil Blast Death The Fourteenth Court of Appeals recently overturned a Harris County jury's $21 million judgment based on wrongful death and personal injury cause of action a...

AG Illustrations | Annie Gough Illustrations

Professional medical illustrations help us tell our client's story at trial, and Annie Gough does a great job for us. If you're looking for a reliable, knowledgable illustrator who always delivers, check out Annie and her new website showcasing her great work. “Without visual aids, counsel counts on the jurors to construct a mental picture of the information presented, With 12 jurors in the box, it is likely that there will be 12 different pictures”

IME abuse? Transcript of Dr. Rosalind Griffin in truck crash

IME abuse is rampant amongst the insurance industry. Here's a great example of what many injured people face, all so the insurance companies can deny or dispute How many thousands of seriously hurt people lose it all because of “independent medical exams,” like this example by MI psychiatrist Dr. Rosalind Griffin?

Sticks and stones and... IME doctor grieves attorney

If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit or bring a workers' compensation claim, the insurance company will subject you to an "IME" - an "independent medical exam" - except there's nothing independent about the doctors who perform them, and they are well paid by the insurance companies. They also don't like you to know the truth about their role in your case. Will the First Amendment lose when IME doctor files grievance to conceal her testimony in injury case from the public?

U.S. top court won't hear J&J appeal of $140 million judgment The U.S. Supreme Court said on Tuesday it will not hear Johnson & Johnson’s appeal of a $140 million judgment in a lawsuit alleging it failed to warn that Children’s Motrin pain and fever medication could cause a devastating skin condition.


Considerations if you're financing an aircraft purchase in 2016.

Business aircraft financing expert Michael Francis, a featured presenter at the upcoming #NBAAForum in West Palm Beach, FL, explains which three areas are key to predicting changes to the financing market in 2016.

Purdue Pharma Settles Kentucky Lawsuit

Purdue Pharma and the State of Kentucky settle Kentucky's lawsuit over OxyContin. Since 2007, Kentucky has been litigating a case against Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin. Kentucky was the only state to opt out of a prior set...

Meet the Secretive Family Making Billions From America's Painkiller Overdose Epidemic

While working on the OxyContin litigation, I had a partner from their large regional defense firm in South Carolina tell me that Purdue Pharma was "such a good, family-owned drug company." The OxyContin clan has destroyed more lives than Martin Shkreli, but they prefer you not know their name.

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