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Family Vindicated by Trial Verdict

Posted on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

In 2007, Kimberly and Robert Bassler were owners of a successful small business living the all- American dream when a car crash changed everything. Kimberly was driving the family car in Clay County when she was involved in a two-vehicle crash. The elderly driver of the other vehicle confused the accelerator for the brake which […]

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Devastating Car Crash Case Concludes with $1.4 Million Verdict & Settlement

Posted on Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

The car crash that left Hildie Mahoney with life-long injuries was resolved by jury verdict concluding a four-day trial in January 2013. Ms. Mahoney was represented by Howard C. Coker, Daniel A. Iracki and co-counsel Tracy Considine. The final verdict was $1.15 million with a final settlement of $1.4 million after an award of attorney’s […]

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$1 Million Settlement for Navy Pilot

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

GARRETT v. A1 PLASTERING Firm Negotiates $1 Million Settlement For Paralyzed Navy Pilot “My experience with the firm and Charles Sorenson was very positive. There was never any doubt they were on my side. I knew I was in good hands when other attorneys told me of the firm’s solid reputation as litigator.” …Jerry Garrett […]

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$2.2 Million Negotiated For Trucking Accident Victim

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Permanently Disabled Man’s Family is Compensated for Accident GEIDEL v. COMMERCIAL TRUCKING COMPANY “My attorneys Charles Sorenson and Aaron Sprague worked hard for me and my husband. They were always there for me; I talked directly to them whenever I needed to. They kept me completely up-to-date at all times, were very trustworthy, and stuck […]

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Jury Awards $3.6 million to Truck Driver’s Family

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

STEPHENSON v. FLORIDA DOT Jury Awards Heroic Truck Driver’s Family $3.6 Million Chris Stephenson wanted to be close to his family in Jacksonville so he traded a job driving a Northeast trucking route for a local assignment with Infinger Transportation Co. In the late and heavily rain-soaked afternoon of August 12, 2000, Chris was driving […]

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Jury Decides On Danger In The Dark

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Movie Theater Found Liable for Injuries Suffered by Local Woman “Howard Coker, Charles Sorenson and their paralegal Leigh Philips were so wonderfully professional and thorough in the handling of my case. They went above and beyond the call of duty on my behalf. I was very satisfied with the jury’s verdict and, as importantly, I […]

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Federal Jury Finds For Our Client Against Bank of America

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

Man Fell at a Bank of America Branch and was Severely Injured It made all the difference that my attorneys believed in me. I was taking on Bank of America, but I felt I was right and was not going to get pushed around by a giant corporation. Your team was there at my side […]

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$22.5 MILLION AWARDED FOR CATASTROPHIC HIGHWAY CRASH

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

The difference of a day was all it took to turn fortune into misfortune for our client – a gifted University of North Florida student. On January 17, 2005, he was full of fortune: known for his lively, loving personality and remarkable musical talents. Misfortune came to him a few minutes after midnight in a […]

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Firm has First Civil Trial to Reach Verdict in New Duval County Courthouse

Posted on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

The car crash that left Cheryl Govea with life-long low back injuries was resolved by jury verdict concluding a 5-day trial in the new Duval County Courthouse on June 22nd. Cheryl was represented by partners Charles A. Sorenson and Howard C. Coker. The case was presided over by Circuit Judge Lawrence Haddock. This particular verdict […]

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Awarded for Excellence on Several Fronts

Posted on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013

Partner Charles Sorenson has received two prestigious awards from hispeers. Charles was recently awarded the “Spartans at Thermopylae” Award by the North Florida Trial Lawyers Association. The historical significance of the award stems from the Battle of Thermopylae, when a group of Greek cities fought the Persian Empire. The Greeks were vastly outnumbered, but they […]

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