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Ford Compensates Parents of Veteran Killed in Oklahoma Rollover

The Ammons Law Firm has successfully concluded a wrongful death case filed on behalf of the parents of a 26-year-old decorated Army veteran who was killed in a rollover crash. The veteran was the belted driver of a 2010 Ford F250 traveling on an Oklahoma highway when a patch of ice caused the pickup to…Read More

Brazoria County Woman Prevails in her Case against Tire Service Centers and Vehicle Manufacturer

A 73-year-old Brazoria County woman successfully concluded her case against three different companies that were responsible for her life-changing brain injuries. The woman was a passenger in a 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac. She was properly wearing her seat belt. The left rear tire on the vehicle experienced a tread separation, and the Sport Trac…Read More

Ford Pays after College Student is Killed by Collapsing Pickup Roof

A 19-year-old college student was driving his 2002 Ford F150 pickup on a Texas highway when the driver of a sedan pulled out from a private drive and directly into the pickup’s path. As the teen steered to avoid a crash, the F150 slid into a ditch and rolled onto its top. The claim against…Read More

Trucking Company Pays $1 Million Dollars for Aggravation of Disc Injury

The Ammons Law Firm was hired to represent a 38-year-old Texas man who re-injured his back when his box truck was forced into a guardrail by a passing 18-wheeler. In the lawsuit, Rob Ammons claimed the big rig’s driver was negligent in failing to pass to the left safely, in failing to maintain the tractor-trailer…Read More

Toyota and Road Construction Company Pay Paralyzed Seatback Failure Victim

  Toyota and a road construction company have agreed to pay the claims made by a 45-year-old man whose 2002 Toyota 4Runner was involved in a rear-end collision. The man was driving his 4Runner down an Arizona highway when an unexpected lane closure (reducing four traffic lanes to only two) caused a sudden traffic backup.…Read More