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We Aren't A Settlement Mill - Beware of Advertising Lawyers Who Are - They Are an Insurance Company's Friend

February 12 2014 -

Don't worry, I'll settle. Image via Wikipedia  By Daniel Fischer  - Forbes Magazine An intriguing law-review article on high-volume “settlement mills” has implications beyond the tawdry business of extracting cash for questionable car-accident injuries. In the article, “Run of the Mill Justice” ($3.50 for a pdf download), Nora Freeman Engstrom of Stanford Law School actually interviewed lawyers and paralegals at settlement mills as well... Read More

Klein Frank Inducted into Texas Verdict Hall of Fame

November 11 2013 -

´╗┐Klein Frank's trial win for plaintiff David Dawson was recently named among the Top 100 verdicts for 2012 by Texas Lawyer, in conjunction with VerdictSearch, and will be included in the publication's Texas Verdicts Hall of Fame. The winning firms were chosen based on their work on the top verdicts, in terms of dollar amount awarded to the winning client, from 2010-2012 as... Read More


Notable Successes

$18.78 MIllion Verdict in Burn Case in Iraq

Klein Frank went to extraordinary lengths to find witnesses to the tragic burn injuries in Iraq that occurred during the surge.  Our lawyers traveled the world to locate former Iraqi workers and overcame great obstacles to bring their testimonies to the United States.  The result of our dedication to our... Read More

$1.2 Billion Settlement Hip Implant Litigation

Beth Klein represented many families in Colorado who were harmed as a result of the Sultzer inter-Op Hip and Knee defects, Beth took action to ensure that the settlement was fair and attorneys fees reduced to all people affected by the recall. Read More

17.5 Million Seat Belt Verdict

A young woman was driving home to Colorado from Utah when, for unknown reasons, she lost control and went off the road and her car rolled over. The roof and other structures held up fairly well, but the young woman sustained catastrophic injuries including a high spine fracture leaving her quadriplegic and needing to use a ventilator to breathe during part of her day. Read More


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