Status & Results

Confidential Rental Car Litigation

One thing Normand PLLC strives to achieve is ingenuity and creative thinking to resolve complex and interesting barriers to recovery. An example is a case where a rented vehicle was in a single-car accident and the occupants had purchased liability insurance. The problem, of course, is that liability insurance protects drivers if they cause injury… Read More

Roth & Sullivan v. Geico

An example of Normand PLLC’s success in litigating class actions is Roth v. GEICO, a case filed and resolved in the Southern District of Florida, which addressed whether sales tax and title fees are included in the actual cash value of leased vehicles. Normand PLLC successfully argued on behalf of the plaintiff that sales tax… Read More

Mcgowan Case & Appeal

One way insurance companies have attempted to avoid liability in class-action cases is by forcing a non-judicial procedure called appraisal. Most, if not all, automobile insurance policies include an appraisal provision, which allows either the insurance company or the insured to seek an appraisal in the event there is a dispute over the amount of… Read More

Confidential Crane Trucking Company Recovery

NORMAND PLLC Severe Personal Injury Lawyers.  The firm also handles severe and complex individual cases.  For example we were brought in on a case when there was a zero $ offer for a severely brain damaged father of two hurt in a crane truck crash.  The original firm was a TV advertising firm that tried… Read More

Invasion of Privacy Text Message Spam

Telephone Consumer Protection Act Appointed by the Court as Lead Counsel and Secured a $19 million settlement under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, resulting in an award to thousands of class members for spam text messages sent to promote the movie Warcraft. The suit alleged that the  text messages were sent without consent and in… Read More