Case Studies

The best way to know what a lawyer can do is to see what a lawyer has done. At The McCleskey Law Firm, we have a solid history of achieving successful resolutions for clients who have been harmed or whose loved ones have been killed because of the negligence of others. These cases are a few examples of our work:

Odessa man severely injured in truck crash
Posted on: April 24th, 2014

Our attorneys achieved a significant settlement on behalf of an Odessa man who was severely injured when a truck pulled out in front of his motorcycle. After spending several weeks in critical condition in ICU, the plaintiff recovered but still suffers from chronic pain and weakness. Because of intense rehabilitation, he is now able to […]

Father killed in multi-truck collision
Posted on: April 22nd, 2014

Our client’s father was tragically killed after the vehicle he was travelling in collided with a truck that was blocking the highway on a rainy night. Although our client’s father wasn’t injured in the initial accident, a second truck ran into the first collision, killing him instantly. Our client received a significant recovery from the […]

Oilfield worker sustains life-threatening internal injuries
Posted on: April 23rd, 2014

This case involved both a catastrophic personal injury lawsuit in Santa Fe, N.M., and a commercial litigation indemnity case in Houston. Our client, the owner of a well servicing company, suffered serious, life-threatening internal injuries when he was crushed by an unsecured, suddenly pressured pipeline at a well he was servicing in New Mexico. Because […]

Cotton farmers win take-nothing judgment and attorney fees
Posted on: June 26th, 2014

Our clients in Calcot Ltd. v. Larry Rawls, is a cotton farmer who had contracted to provide cotton to Calcot, Ltd., a cotton-products marketing cooperative. Calcot sued our client, claiming that he had failed to report crop losses that Calcot alleged later caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses in the futures market. Our […]

Cotton farmers win friendly verdict in contract case
Posted on: June 26th, 2014

Our client, a cotton farmer, was sued by Calcot Ltd. for failure to deliver on a sizable cotton contract. The farmer conceded that he hadn’t delivered as promised and offered to pay Calcot $54,000 to make up for the shortfall. Calcot, however, sought an unreasonable $1 million in damages, later reduced to $200,000 by the […]

Lubbock homebuilder wins copyright infringement case
Posted on: June 26th, 2014

Lubbock custom homebuilder Dan Wilson Homes Inc. turned to the McCleskey Law Firm when a local architect accused our client of copyright infringement in Marshall Hunn v. Dan Wilson Homes Inc., et al. Not only did U.S. District Judge Sam R. Cummings find in our client’s favor, but he also awarded Dan Wilson Homes attorney […]

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