Areas of Practice

   

CIVIL LITIGATION                                PROBATE  AND ESTATE PLANNING  


Personal Injury                                     Estate Administration 

Real Estate Litigation                          Powers of Attorney and Wills

Business Disputes                               Guardianships and Conservatorships                         

FINRA Arbitration Claims                   Estate Litigation


Exploitation/Abuse of Elderly and Vulnerable Adults


RECOVERIES BY SETTLEMENT OR VERDICT

Past  performance is not a guarantee or indication of future success.  Each  client's case is different, and Jennings Law Firm, LLC does not provide any  promise or guarantee regarding the outcome of a case.
       $740,000.00 for local telecommunications carrier damaged by nationwide wireless provider
        $475,000.00 for a child burned by scalding coffee in a restaurant
        $453,000.00 for funds taken using a Power of Attorney
        $375,000.00 for unsuitable investments from a brokerage firm
        $325,000.00 for medical malpractice involving the failure to diagnose a heart attack
        $300,000.00 for injuries of a 16 year-old passenger in an automobile accident

        $225,000.00 for funds taken from a vulnerable adult
        $205,000.00 for funds taken using a Power of Attorney

        $175,000.00 for funds taken using a Power of Attorney

        $150,000.00 for injuries in an automobile accident

        $135,000.00 for money taken by a family member

        $133,000.00 for disputed life insurance proceeds

        $125,000.00 for unsuitable investments from a brokerage firm

        $125,000.00 for injuries suffered in an automobile accident
        $  90,000.00 for a subcontractor from his general contractor 

        $  79,000.00 of disputed life insurance and accidental death proceeds
        $  75,000.00 for a client bitten by a copperhead snake at a miniature golf course
        $  44,000.00 for funds improperly taken using a Power of Attorney

        $  43,000.00 for daughter wrongfully excluded from a Will