Twenty-five years after her father’s death, Brannock & Humphries’ client prevailed in a lawsuit against the company that manufactured the cigarettes her father smoked—Philip Morris USA. The plaintiff's father began smoking when he was 15 years old, during the 1950s. He was only 41 when he died of lung cancer. At
Following almost three weeks of trial, during which Brannock & Humphries addressed multiple difficult legal questions, a jury in Jacksonville returned a $7.5 million verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for fraudulently concealing from the American public for more than 40 years that it intentionally designed its cigarettes to be
Brannock & Humphries Helps Dawn Schlefstein’s Family Recover Over $41 Million From R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company
After a multi-week trial, during which Brannock & Humphries provided appellate support, a Broward County jury awarded more than $41 million to the family of a deceased smoker.
The Fourth District Court of Appeal disapproved a misleading jury instruction today, awarding a Brannock & Humphries client a new trial in her lawsuit against tobacco manufacturer Philip Morris.