Man wins nearly $3.6M verdict after background-check goofs. “The Gainesville jury found that First Advantage Background Services violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act when it twice misidentified Richard Williams of Chiefland as Ricky Williams — a Delray Beach man with a criminal history.”
– The Gainesville Sun, October 31, 2016 Article by Anthony Clark.
Motor Vehicle Accident ends in $554,048 verdict. Although Mr. Ash suffered only $11,568 in past medical expense, Michael Massey and Patricia Duffy tried this case before a jury in Ocala, Florida and obtained a recovery of $600,000 after attorney’s fees and costs were added to the verdict.
Massey & Duffy obtained $84.14 in minimum wages from a local lawn company. after an appeal to the 11th circuit, we also obtained $60,000 in attorneys’ fees and costs. this HARD-FOUGHT case proves that justice can prevail, ALTHOUGH the amount owed our client was small.
on July 2, 2019, we successfully represented two landowners in a declaratory judgment action over the disputed property. their neighbor WRONGFULLY prevented our clients from using THEIR own property. the court ruled 100% in our CLIENTS’ favor.
in a RECORD-BREAKING verdict in Ocala, FLORIDA, we obtained a JUDGMENT for $554,048 in a rear-end COLLISION. this verdict was especially amazing given the amount of our client’s past medical expenses was less than $5,000.
We DEFENDED a hotel FRANCHISEE in an ADA claim wrongfully brought against it in MAY 2005. in that case, the PLAINTIFF alleged he could not access the hotel’s pool; however, we obtained PICTURES of him at that very pool.