The Recorder Features Panish Shea & Boyle LLP for Largest Personal Injury Verdict in Kings County, CA History of 6.4 Million
The plaintiffs’ attorneys at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP are honored that the firm has been included among the 2010 Top Verdicts in The Recorder’s California Million Dollar Verdicts. The firm is acknowledged for its record breaking verdict of 6.4 million in the case of Robert Crenshaw v. Land O’Lakes, Inc. This verdict is the largest personal injury verdict in the history of Kings County, California, an area within the San Joaquin Valley that is a well known for being especially challenging for litigation due to its courts conservative foundation. Robert Crenshaw v. Land O’Lakes, Inc. involved a California motor vehicle intersection accident involving a truck that left a correctional officer with life-altering injuries who was operating a motorcycle at the time of the crash. The officer was not capable of returning to work because of the injuries the collision caused him to suffer. In recognizing Panish Shea & Boyle LLP for its accomplishments with this groundbreaking verdict, The Recorder highlights the firm’s ability to effectively represent individuals who are seriously injured due to the negligent actions of others.
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- Crenshaw v. Land O’Lakes, Inc. – Injured Guard Wins $6.45 Million (Daily Journal)
- Robert Crenshaw v. Land O’Lakes Inc., et al. Case Description (Daily Journal)
- Panish Shea & Boyle Announces Record-Breaking Verdict against Land O’Lakes, Inc. (Business Wire – Press Release)
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