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Phillip Wray’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • Mary A. O'Bryant v. Fort Worth Carrier, et al.

    Practice Area:
    Car Accidents
    Outcome:
    Defense verdict
    Description:
    This was a multi-vehicle accident on a highway in San Antonio in which the Plaintiff sued the driver of a tractor-trailer and his employer for personal injury damages including a closed head injury. The jury found for the Defendants after a week-long trial that included both fact and expert testimony.
  • Middleton v. City of Dallas

    Practice Area:
    Wrongful Death
    Outcome:
    Defense verdict
    Description:
    A city trash truck broke down on South Central Expressway. While stationary in the right hand lane, it was struck from behind by a pickup driven by Eddie Middleton. Mr. Middleton sustained life threatening injuries and later succumbed to them in Baylor University Medical Center. The Jury placed most of the fault on Mr. Middleton for causing the accident.
  • Kathryn Cann v. Royal Indemnity Co.

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Outcome:
    Defense verdict
    Description:
    This was a claim for workers' compensation benefits by an independent contractor for a newspaper for severe injuries resulting from an automobile accident. The jury concluded that the Defendant's insured did not exercise such control over the Plaintiff to make her an employee rather than independent contractor.
  • Johanara Harris et. al v. Rodman Excavation Co., et al.

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Outcome:
    Defense verdict
    Description:
    The Plaintiffs sued the Defendants for rear-ending them. The defense contended the Plaintiffs swung into their lane of travel and braked suddenly. The defense further contended the Plaintiffs switched seats so that the Plaintiff with the driver's license would be determined by the police to be the driver.
  • Steven Caldwell, et. al v. Marine Creek Partners, Ltd.

    Practice Area:
    Personal Injury
    Date:
    Jan 01, 1996
    Outcome:
    Judgment rendered for the defense.
    Description:
    Successfully argued on appeal that swingset sales contract did not confer third party beneficiary status on users of swingset. A verdict in favor of the Plaintiffs at the trial court level was reversed and rendered by the Court of Appeals.