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TM HALO Celebrates Second Anniversary; Moves to 100% Contingency Fee Payment Model
SAN DIEGO (September 13, 2023)Read More
TM HALO, a subsidiary of leading insurance and civil litigation defense firm Tyson & Mendes LLP focused on defending corporations, insurance companies, and insureds in their cases with the highest risk for Nuclear Verdicts®...
Fighting a Nuclear War in The Trucking Industry
Author: Ed Leonard
Nuclear Verdicts® continue to climb in severity and frequency, increasing by 27.5% over 10 years. In the trucking industry, the average value of a verdict above $1 million has increased from $2.3 million to $22.3 million between 2010 to 2018. Many businesses and defense attorneys have been left wondRead More
Million-Dollar Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Results in Non-Suit Mid-Trial: Tyson & Mendes Orange County Office Secures Non-Suit for Clients
LOS ANGELES (August 31, 2023)Read More
Nationwide civil litigation and insurance defense firm Tyson & Mendes LLP recently obtained the mid-trial non-suit in a million-dollar wrongful death medical malpractice lawsuit in favor of three Orange County-area healthcare clients.