$2.56 Million

Claims: Jones Act/Negligence/Unseaworthiness – Jury Verdict: $2.56 million (Reduced on appeal to $2,141,716.75 – Attorneys Fees: $936,772.52; Expenses: $77,625.97; injury – unoperated cervical herniation and leg lacerations).
When a major U.S. shipping company refused to honor its responsibilities to a long-time employee who suffered career-ending injuries as a result of a fall on a tanker in the Gulf of Alaska, Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers took the case to trial. A Texas jury returned a verdict for Doyle LLP Trial Lawyers’ client of over $2.56 million. Results obtained depend on the facts of each case.