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In representing injured people and their families in the region, he has obtained seven-figure verdicts and settlements for clients in Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri on numerous occasions. Several of these verdicts and settlements, while confidential in name and amount, were among the largest recovered in the jurisdiction where they were obtained. All cases are handled on a contingency fee, as no fee is due unless a favorable outcome is reached.
A frequent speaker at legal seminars in the region, he is active in legislative advocacy crucial to the bar and in the active representation of plaintiffs injured by defective products or negligence. As an author, he has written and published essays, scientific articles, short fiction, book reviews, letters and interviews in regional and national publications, including The Virginia Quarterly Review, Popular Science, The Missouri Review and The Delta Review.
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