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Aramark Pays Man Injured in Wharton County Crash

The Ammons Law Firm has concluded a lawsuit filed on behalf of a 57-year-old Texas man who was seriously injured when his pickup was rear-ended by a commercial vehicle.    Rob Ammons claimed in the lawsuit that Aramark’s driver was negligent and reckless in failing to control his speed, keep a proper lookout, timely apply…Read More

Rollover Attorney Rob Ammons Resolves Claims against Ford after Wyoming Crash

The Ammons Law Firm has successfully negotiated resolution of personal injury claims brought by a Wyoming man, age 39, seriously injured when a 2001 Ford F250 rolled over. The man was the front passenger in the F250 traveling on a Wyoming highway when the driver encountered icy conditions. The pickup skidded off the roadway where…Read More

Company Pays $300,000 for Neck Injury

A 45-year-old Texas man was seriously injured when a large van plowed into the back of his sedan and pushed it off the road. The van was being operated by a commercial driver employed by the van’s owner. The officer investigating the crash determined that only two factors contributed to causing the crash: The van…Read More

Rob Ammons Successfully Concludes Wrongful Death Case – $2.2 Million for Children of Texas Factory Worker

The children of a factory worker fatally injured at one of the company’s plants will be compensated $2.2 million, which was an amount consistent with the maximum damages recoverable under Chapter 41 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code limitations on punitive damages. In addition to the lump sum settlement, the worker’s children will…Read More

Chrysler Compensates Texas Woman Paralyzed by Grand Cherokee Roof

Rob Ammons has achieved resolution of the product defect claims brought by a 53-year-old woman who suffered a cervical spinal cord injury when the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee in which she was a passenger rolled over. The defect claims involved the Jeep’s weak roof which, according to the lawsuit Ammons filed, collapsed onto the properly…Read More