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Verdicts & Settlements

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Results

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Insurance company claims adjusters misclassified as salaried employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Frances D. 2005

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Wrongful death case where a Metrolink commuter train collided with a freight train.

Alan H.

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Auto accident involving an LA County vehicle that resulted in head injuries and multiple fractures to the client.

Amanda M. 2007

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Auto accident where client’s car was flipped and caught fire.

Arleen G. 2009

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Client’s husband was broadsided by a truck resulting in fatal injuries.

Ashley T Family 2008

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Retail, hourly-paid store employees were not paid for all time worked. The employees recovered back-pay for time worked “off-the-clock” premium pay for missed meal and rest breaks.

Brenda D. 2010

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Insurance company claims adjusters misclassified as salaried employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties

Brian W. 2006

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Auto accident where the defendant blocked an intersection resulting in spine injuries to client.

Cassandra O. 2005

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Chris B. 2000

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Hourly store employees at a major U.S. retailer were awarded back pay for time worked “off-the-clock.”

Cynthia P.

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Dan L. 2007

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Retail store managers were misclassified as salaried and “exempt” from overtime laws. The employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Daniel L. 2010

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Motorcycle accident where defendant turned on a skewed intersection hitting our client causing severe brain and spinal cord injuries.

David E.

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Semi-truck jack knifed and hit a car causing a four vehicle pileup resulting in head trauma and multiple injuries to client.

Denise D. 2002

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Home care nurses were not paid overtime wages for those who worked more than 8-hours per day and 40-hours per week. The nurse employees were awarded back-pay for overtime wages and premium pay for missed meal and rest breaks

Diana R. 2011

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Auto accident where the defendant lost control of the vehicle which resulted in a wrongful death.

Dino A. Family 2004

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Employees of a major telecommunications company were misclassified as salaried. The employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Enrique R.

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Insurance company claims adjusters misclassified as salaried employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Frances D. 2005

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Auto accident where client was side swiped by a big rig that ran a red light resulting in back and knee injuries to client.

Frank D. Family 2008

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A property management company misclassified its California Property Managers as exempt from overtime laws. The employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Jacob H.

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A property management company misclassified many of its employees as salaried as exempt from overtime laws. The employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Jane K.

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Jocelyn P. 2007

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Insurance company claims adjusters misclassified as salaried employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties.

Jocelyn R. 2007

$ 0 Million

Insurance company claims adjusters misclassified as salaried employees were awarded back-pay for overtime hours worked and other back pay and penalties

John G. 2005

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Motorcyclist injured in an accident when a semi-truck changed lanes and hit client.

John O. 2003

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Jury verdict awarded to three family members after a 2011 DUI car crash left them with serious injuries.

Jose C. 2015

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Auto accident where defendant ran a red light resulting in multiple neck and back injuries to client.

Joseph L. 2004

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Slip and fall case against a major U.S. retailer where client tripped over a pathway obstruction.

Kathleen H. 2005

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Auto accident whereby client’s vehcile was broadsided by defendant resulting in severe injuries to our client.

Kevin K Family 2008

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Auto accident where our client was rear ended by defendant resulting in Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy injury

LM. 2010

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Auto accident involving a family. Wrongful death of 2 children and severe injuries to those involved.

Lori A 2004

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Auto accident where client was rear ended causing multiple crashes resulting in head, knee and back injuries.

Lori G. 2009

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Lucinda N. 1987

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Food-processing employees were not paid for pre- and post-shift activities and were not paid for “donning” and “doffing” protective equipment during their lunch and rest breaks. The employees recovered back-pay and missed premium pay for missed meal and rest breaks.

Maria G. 2011

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Auto accident caused by unsafe lane change by defendant resulting in mild tramatic brain injury and multiple fractures to client requiring several surgies. Client also developed widespread chronic pain which left her disabled.

Mary A. 2005

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Wrongful death trucking accident where the truck driver slammed on their brakes causing the truck to fishtail and cross lanes where it collided with client’s vehicle resulting in fatal injuries.

Melinda W. 2005

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Intentional emotional distress inflicted on employees, resulting in the largest verdict in the country in 2009

Miriam C, et al 2009

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Auto accident where client was making a left hand turn in a poorly planned construction zone which caused the client to get broadsided by another vehicle. Accident resulted in traumatic brain injuries along with neck and back injuries to passengers

Paul B. Family 2003

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Paul K. 2006

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Wrongful death case where a tire defect caused the client to lose control of vehicle.

Refugio V.

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Retail shopping mall employees were denied meal and rest breaks because they worked at the shopping mall kiosks by themselves, and could not leave their posts. The employees were awarded premium pay for these missed meal and rest breaks.

Regina C. 2011

Choi v. Marciano

In a dazzling jury trial recognized by many media outlets as the largest jury verdict of 2009, PARRIS represented two former employees of Mr. Marciano for claims of defamation and emotional distress. A Los Angeles jury awarded five of the plaintiffs over $370,000,000 in both compensatory and punitive damages.

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Cardona v. Cortez

PARRIS represented three family members hit by a drunk driver. All of the plaintiffs suffered serious injuries. The defense failed to offer its low policy limits to the plaintiffs in time, and didn’t offer more money to settle the case until after a jury awarded $20,974,903 to them after a three-week trial in Los Angeles Superior […]

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Personal Injury case against DHL Express

PARRIS’ client was hit by a DHL delivery van disguised as an “independent contractor” vehicle. DHL never offered a dime to settle the case before trial, insisting that it wasn’t accountable for the actions of its package delivery driver, who was driving under the influence. After winning the liability phase of trial against DHL, it paid […]

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Head-on collision injury

A 31-year-old plumber from Lancaster, California suffered serious injuries in a head-on collision on California State Route 138. Dateline NBC once called California State Route (SR) 138 one of the most dangerous roads in America. Located just 15 miles from Lancaster, SR 138 (the stretch of highway between Palmdale and Interstate 15) has earned the […]

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Truck/Automobile Accident Tried in Chatsworth in 2014

Truck/automobile accident tried in Chatsworth CA in 2014. Represented an individual who was struck from behind by a big rig causing his vehicle to roll 3 times. PARRIS claimed as a result of the collision our client sustained injuries to his back and neck necessitating potential spine surgery as well as suffering from a traumatic brain […]

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Jones v. Robinson

PARRIS represented a women who was hit by a drunk driver. The Drunk driver was working at the time of the collision and his employer had paid for the alcohol. Although our client had significant fractures to both ankles the defendants refused to pay a fair amount for her damages. It was not until after we […]

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Monroy v. City of Los Angeles

PARRIS represented a women who along with her daughter was struck by an LAPD Cruiser when she made a left turn in front of the Cruiser. As a result of the crash our client was significantly injured. The Los Angeles Police Department blamed our client for the crash and refused to settle the case for an […]

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Evans v. Garay

Two young girls were walking at night in the street in Compton when they were struck by a car. One of the young girls died and the other was injured. Defendant claimed that he could not see the girls because it was the middle of the night and they were in the middle of the […]

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McGarrah v. Calpi, Inc

Personal injury case involving workplace injury that left client with permanent disability to his leg. Not much client contact, but we successfully opposed the MSJ and settled the case for $2.9 million.

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Potter v. Avalon-Tovar

Our client, while riding his motorcycle was injured when the defendant made a left turn in front of him. Our client injured his knee in the collision tearing several ligaments and requiring surgery. The defendant claimed that our client was going to fast and that his knee injury did not justify the damages being claimed. […]

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Harkins v. Barrios

Personal injury case involving traffic collision. Client was almost killed. He managed to recover, but suffered permanent disability to his leg and shoulder. Clients were very nervous about engaging in the legal process but I was active in communicating with them and trying to keep them at ease. Case settled for $1 million.

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Personal injury case involving traffic collision

Client was almost killed. He managed to recover, but suffered permanent disability to his leg and shoulder. Clients were very nervous about engaging in the legal process but I was active in communicating with them and trying to keep them at ease. Case settled for $1 million

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Confidential Class Action Settlement

PARRIS was class counsel in a wage-and-hour class action against a utility company. After the class was certified on both wage and fraud causes of action, the case settled shortly before trial for $29,500,000.

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Halo Resorts, Inc

In 2014, PARRIS obtained a $4,300,000.00 jury verdict in a consumer class action against Halo Resorts, Inc. Halo Resorts falsely represented membership terms and charged its members termination and cancellation fees that were never disclosed in its contracts. After a two week trial, the jury reached a unanimous fraud verdict for intentional misrepresentation, concealment, and negligent […]

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Wage-and-hour class action litigation

Represented truck drivers who responsible for picking up and delivering local freight who were denied meal and rest periods despite regularly working in excess of 10 hours a day. After the case was removed to federal court and multiple appeals concerning whether the drivers were entitled to meal and rest breaks at all, the PARRIS […]

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Save Porter Ranch – SoCalGas

PARRIS represents thousands of Porter Ranch families and Save Porter Ranch in personal injury and class action cases stemming from the massive Aliso Canyon gas well blowout. The blowout of the SoCalGas injection well released 100,000 tons of natural gas, 220 times greater than the volume of oil released during the B.P. oil spill, and PARRIS is […]

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Salt water contamination

PARRIS’ environmental work garnered nationwide media attention for the ground-breaking work in helping California farmers investigate the source of salt water contamination in surrounding aquifers. PARRIS continues to lead the charge in protecting our farmers and water by challenging the State’s illegal issuance of permits to inject contaminated water into the fresh water aquifers.

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Rollins Pest Control & HomeTeam Pest

The case involves the monopolization of tube-in-the-wall pest control. These types of pest control systems are built directly into a house and provide unique safety features because no pesticide is ever sprayed in the living areas. Instead, bugs are killed where the breed and live in wall voids.

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