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The Baird Law Firm settles a claim against a major retail store without the need for litigation, thereby minimizing costs and maximizing the client's recovery, for more than two times the client's medical expenses. The client was shopping when a shelf collapsed and struck her head and shoulder.
The Baird Law Firm settles a dog bite case for approximately five times the client's medical expenses. Although a lawsuit had to be filed, the responsible party's insurance carrier immediately commenced settlement negotiations in order to avoid further litigation and trial.
The Baird Law Firm obtains a settlement agreement of $90,000 for two clients who were struck by a City of Galveston van. The claims were brought under the Texas Tort Claims Act and were resolved several weeks prior to trial.
The Baird Law Firm obtains a settlement for two clients who were involved in a rear-end car accident in Bexar County. The insurance carrier defended the case on a legal technicality and made a low settlement offer prior to a hearing on the Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment, taking the position that the Motion for Summary Judgment would be a sure win. After the Motion for Summary Judgment was defeated, the insurance carrier paid more than four times the amount of the initial offers approximately a week after the hearing in order to avoid trial.
The Baird Law Firm reaches a settlement agreement of $550,000 for two clients who sustained serious injuries after their car was struck by a hotel shuttle van.
The Baird Law Firm resolves a slip and fall claim against a major retail store and a restaurant contained within the retail store for $60,000. Evidence showed that the restaurant's employees knew of the hazardous condition but failed to remedy the condition or warn the store's customers about it.
The Baird Law Firm successfully resolves a non-subscriber case for an employee of a major retail store who was assaulted on the job by a customer. The store initially denied the claim, hiding behind a misplaced legal argument as to causation as well as an arbitration clause in the client's employment agreement. After defeating two separate motions to compel arbitration, The Baird Law Firm was able to successfully resolve the case in favor of the injured employee.
The Baird Law Firm negotiates a resolution to a real estate case for twelve percent of the plaintiff's original demand thereby saving the client additional legal fees and allowing the client to redirect its focus away from the litigation and towards its business.
Kenneth Baird selected to Texas Rising Stars for 2016, marking his fourth consecutive selection. Texas Rising stars are selected by Thomson Reuters and published annually in Texas Monthly.
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