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Marc Lenahan’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • HS v. [Confidential Motorcycle Sidecar Company]

    Practice Area:
    Motorcycle Accident
    Date:
    May 23, 2008
    Outcome:
    Grateful Client.
    Description:
    Though HS's motorcycle sidecar failed in Texas, the case had to be filed in Kentucky. Though Mr. Lenahan is a Texas attorney with his office in Dallas, the case was resolved in Kentucky to HS's satisfaction. He suffered severe spinal injuries. HS is regaining the use of his legs. Mr. Lenahan got him back on his feet.
  • MG v. [Confidential Pharmaceutical Company]

    Practice Area:
    Car Accidents
    Date:
    Dec 22, 2007
    Outcome:
    Grateful Client.
    Description:
    MG was rear-ended on the highway in Williamson County, Texas, by a Malibu driven by a pharmaceutical sales rep. Though Mr. Lenahan's office is in Dallas, the case was resolved in the Austin area. MG received enough money to pay her medical bills, fund a lifetime annuity, and build her a home in which she will live with her family. She suffered severe spinal injuries. The doctors saved MG's life. Mr. Lenahan secured her the money she needed to live it.
  • RR v. Several Asbestos Products Manufacturers

    Practice Area:
    Wrongful Death
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2007
    Outcome:
    Settled during trial for a Grateful Client.
    Description:
    Mr. RR contracted mesothelioma as a result of his exposure to asbestos as a child and during his career. Mr. Lenahan became responsible for the case a few months before its trial after several other defendants had already settled. By the time the first witness was called, only one defendant remained. The total settlement from all defendants exceeded $2m, but is confidential. The client received over $1m after fees and expenses. Mrs. RR sent a beautiful framed photo and thank you note that Marc proudly displays in his office. Many Waters & Kraus attorneys played enomous roles in this case.
  • MG v. [18-wheeler owner/operator]

    Practice Area:
    Trucking Accident
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2005
    Outcome:
    Satisfied Client.
    Description:
    MG, a student on the way home from his after school job, turned left and was hit by an 18-wheeler who ran the light, but blamed MG for an unsafe left turn. MG's leg was shattered. The 18-wheeler owner/operator admitted to a drug problem in his youth, but professed that he had overcome that problem years before the accident. When Mr. Lenahan asked him about his recent purchase of one from the window of his truck from a truck stop prostitute in Miami much more recently, it was clear the matter would soon settle. The case settled for a notable amount, with more than $370,000 going to MG and his doctors after fees and expenses. In 2008, Marc and his wife had the privilige of watching MG dance at his wedding.
  • EO v. [General Contractor]

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2005
    Outcome:
    Settled.
    Description:
    EO fell about 10 feet when a 40,000 pound wire at a construction site failed because it was poorly attached. EO suffered spinal injuries that caused him severe lifelong pain. The defense expert wouldn't admit any of the gross failings of the general contractor, but because they were so obvious, that just made the matter even more compelling. The case resolved for a notable amount, with about $20,000 less than two-thirds going to EO and his doctors.
  • A.M. v. [Driver on Cellphone]

    Practice Area:
    Brain Injury
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2006
    Outcome:
    Satisfied Client.
    Description:
    A.M., a young woman who was engage to be married, was hit head-on when another driver turned into her while talking on the cellphone. A.M. suffered severe traumatic brain injury, and is in therapy to this day. The funds secured for A.M. were placed in a trust designed to help A.M. with her medical care and recovery for as long as possible. Her mother's recently provided her endorsement for by writing, "Marc, thank you for the great job you did for A.M. after she suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury in a head-on collision. We appreciate your kindness and honesty in a very hard situation."
  • WM v. [Confidential Construction Company]

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Date:
    Dec 11, 2013
    Outcome:
    Among Largest Texas Settlements of 2013
    Description:
    A head-on collision with our clients' pick-up killed the father and shattered the mother. We uncovered a conspiratorial scheme that linked the injuries to negligent conduct of a construction company that knew its drivers were dangerous.