Huntsville, AL — The family of a 5-year-old boy killed at the 2008 Air Show at the Huntsville International Airport is alleging in a revised lawsuit filed late Wednesday that organizers were negligent in the show’s set up and that negligence led to the child’s death. The lawsuit contends that 20 hospitality tents set up […]

The Huntsville Times published this story on October 15, 2008. By DAVID HOLDEN, Huntsville Times Staff Writer DECATUR – The lawyers representing Bill Heard Chevrolet Enterprises in federal bankruptcy court have asked for a postponement of a hearing seeking certification of petitions for class action status filed by former employees. A class action lawsuit […]

Attention consumers: the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) is advising consumers not to purchase or consume Total Body Formula in the flavors of Tropical Orange and Peach Nectar, or Total Body Mega Formula in the Orange/Tangerine flavor. The liquid dietary supplement products may cause severe adverse reactions, including significant hair loss, muscle cramps,diarrhea, joint […]

Attention Investors! Have you lost your savings that was invested in Morgan Keegan Bond Mutual Funds? You may be a victim of the Morgan Keegan bond mutual funds fraud. Several Morgan Keegan bond mutual funds have significantly decreased in value during the sub-prime mortgage collapse. To date, the Morgan Keegan Select Intermediate Bond Fund and […]

Three Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2013 edition of Alabama Super Lawyers® magazine. The three attorneys recognized in the publication include: Harvey B. Morris, Joe A. King and David J. Hodge. David J. Hodge was listed as one of Alabama’s Top 50 lawyers in the Alabama Super Lawyers […]

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David J. Hodge, a partner of Morris, King & Hodge, P.C., was listed as one of Alabama’s Top 50 lawyers in the Alabama Super Lawyers 2013 nomination, research and blue ribbon review process.

By Dana Beyerle Times Montgomery Bureau MONTGOMERY – A Gadsden methadone clinic operator should have known a patient on other drugs and methadone was a danger on the highways, the Supreme Court said Friday. The court in a personal injury lawsuit said Dr. Kenny E. Smith should have known the methadone he gave patient Glenda […]

Huntsville Times Article: Ambulance Suit Gets $3.1 Million April 27, 2007 News Channel 19’s Barry Hiett reports: October 13, 2005. That’s the night a Lincoln County, Tennessee ambulance driver slammed into a Dodge Neon on Highway 231 in Hazel Green. 18-year-old Dianna Bowden was driving the Neon. She died instantly. Since Dianna’s death, life has […]

State Farm, Allstate employ consultant’s strategy, CNN research finds Theme of strategy is “deny, delay, defend,” former employee says Companies convince juries that claims are fraudulent Insurers, institute deny treating claimants unfairly By Drew Griffin and Kathleen JohnstonCNN ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) — If you are injured in a car crash, chances are good that you […]

WHNT NEWS 19 Staff Reports 11:15 a.m. CDT, June 30, 2009 HUNTSVILLE, AL –Monday marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly disaster at the Huntsville airshow. On June 29, 2008, five-year-old Josiah Miller died. A thunderstorm moved across the airport, sending down a microburst that toppled at least three big tents. A dozen people were […]