In Escobedo, et. al. v. Ford Motor Co., Farrar & Ball, LLP forced a settlement with Ford Motor Co. in a case involving allegations of defective design of the 2004 F-F150 Heritage for client. In 2004, Ford redesigned the frame of its F-150 pickup truck to include a closed box design. However, despite touting the
Farrar & Ball, LLP successfully negotiated a settlement on behalf of a claimant who claimed the driver of tractor-trailer improperly negotiated an intersection thereby causing her only son to crash into the side of the tractor-trailer and cause severe personal injury. The case was filed in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Farrar & Ball, LLP successfully argued Ford Motor Co. should be monetarily and procedurally sanctioned after numerous instances of attempted discovery abuse and stonewalling. Siding with Farrar & Ball, LLP, a Federal Judge sanctioned Ford less than 45 days before trial was to commence. Farrar & Ball, LLP take great pride in ensuring large company
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While traveling between Houston and Dallas on Thanksgiving day, the Long and Hillard families were rear-ended by an 18-wheeler. Though all four passengers in the vehicle were injured, the most sever injury occurred to Mr. Hilliard, who suffered a traumatic closed head injury leading to permanent impairment. Through discovery, it was determined the driver of