Brant Stogner Receives Inaugural Young Alumni Award From Houston College of Law

Abraham Watkins Firm Partner Brant Stogner is pictured with firm attorneys Benny Agosto, Jr. (left), Kelly Woods, and Paul Wyatt (right) at the Houston College of Law Annual Meeting and Luncheon.

Attorney Brant J. Stogner is the recipient of the inaugural Houston College of Law Young Alumni Award. A partner with the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend, Stogner was the first alumni to receive this award from HCL, … Continue reading

Nursing Home Pharmacy to Pay $28 Million to Settle Kickback Allegations


The nation’s largest nursing home pharmacy, Omnicare Inc., has agreed to pay $28.125 million to resolve allegations that it solicited and received kickbacks from pharmaceutical manufacturer Abbott Laboratories in exchange for promoting the prescription drug, Depakote, for nursing home patients. … Continue reading

Snapchat as Evidence


Several years ago we told you to consider Facebook postings as evidence in legal cases. This is still true, but now there are many more social media platforms to consider. Snapchat in particular has become a fertile source of evidence … Continue reading

Media Is Where the Case Begins and Intake Is Where the Claimant Becomes a Client

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The following is a discussion between Adam Warren, CEO of The Sentinel Group, and Gary P. Falkowitz, Esq., CEO of Maximum Intake Consulting, LLC, about the benefits and pitfalls of the client intake process. Both are deeply immersed in intake … Continue reading

Three Lawsuits Filed for Mismanaged Labor and Delivery by Houston Hospital

Attorney Mo Aziz of Houston Selected for Texas Super Lawyers 2015

Three families have filed suit in Harris County, TX, against a doctor and a local hospital in connection with the mismanaged labor and delivery of their newborn baby boys, one who died and two who suffered severe brain damage. Texas attorney Mo … Continue reading

PersonalInjury.Com Endorsement: Hillary Clinton For President


Click to read the original editorial from: The Choice Could Not Be More Clear “May you live in interesting times” is an expression that is reputed to be the English translation of an ancient Chinese curse. Without a doubt, this … Continue reading

Georgia Jury Awards $15.2 Million In Wrongful Death Case Against City

Attorney Virgil Adams

A Georgia jury awarded $15.2 million to the parents of a man who was shot and killed in an illegal night club masquerading as a movie studio. The parents argued that it was a nuisance that the city should have … Continue reading

$9 Million Med-Mal Verdict for Repeated Surgeries Leading to Amputations


A jury awarded a Butler, Ohio, man and his wife nearly $9 million in damages, lost wages and future medical expenses on October 6 after a nightmare series of surgeries at Butler Memorial Hospital. Todd and Beverly Wogan were awarded $8.78 … Continue reading

$17.5 Million Settlement for 3 Workers Killed in W. Virginia Plant Explosion

Mark A. Colantonio

Two private equity firms that managed a West Virginia metal processing plant paid $17.5 million to settle wrongful death claims brought by three workers who were killed in a 2010 explosion. In July 2014, the Chemical Safety Board concluded the … Continue reading

Ohio Power Companies Pay $60M to Compensate Girl Injured by Downed Power Line


Cleveland Electric Illuminating and its parent First Energy Service agreed to a $60 million settlement in the case of a Cleveland girl who was severely disabled after touching a neglected power line, according to Fox 8 TV. Gasia Thomas, now … Continue reading