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Mr. Mount defended a contractor that was responsible for installation of a generator. Plaintiff filed suit based upon a breach of contract for improper installation, as well as for significant bodily injury resulting in surgery and significant medical expenses arising out of a fall that she associated with the alleged breach of contract. After the trial court denied a Motion for Summary Judgment, the Louisiana Fifth Circuit reversed the denial and dismissed all bodily injury claims against Mr. Mount’s client.
Lahare v. Valentine Mechanical Services, LLC
17-289 (La.App. 5 Cir. 6/29/17),
223 So.3d 773.
Mr. Mount defended a contractor in the 19
JDC for the Parish of East Baton Rouge, State of Louisiana involving claims pertaining to defects and deficiencies in the construction of the building, where plaintiff was seeking several hundred thousand dollars. The case was tried to a jury which resulted in a zero verdict for his client.
Mr. Mount defended a contractor in Jackson County, State of Mississippi, where in the plaintiff were seeking in excess of $1 million for alleged construction defects and deficiencies. The jury returned a favorable defense verdict in favor of Mr. Mount’s client.