Below is a small sample of cases handled by the attorneys of Jacobson Press P.C. Of course the success of any lawsuit or settlement depends on the unique circumstances of each case. We cannot guarantee future results based on past successes we have achieved. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.
Matt Vianello settled a case in the United States Court of Federal Claims for $125,000 on behalf of a client injured by a flu vaccine.
Allen Press successfully defended two homeowners who were sued for fraud in connection with the sale of their house at the Lake of the Ozarks. The plaintiffs claimed that Allen's clients had fraudulently failed to disclose wood rot to exterior walls of the house. The jury rejected that claim, and awarded nothing to the plaintiffs.
Joe Jacobson represented a group of limited partners who sued their general partner for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty after the general partner breached the partnership agreement. The Missouri Supreme Court unanimously affirmed a jury verdict and judgment awarding the limited partners $5.6 million. Joe Jacobson tried the case and briefed and argued the appeal. The case is Heifetz v. Apex Clayton, Inc., 554 S.W.3d 389 (Mo. 2018).
The Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District reversed (ruled in our clients' favor) a trial court's entry of a directed verdict against our clients, who were tentative purchasers of an automobile dealership. Joe Jacobson briefed and argued the appeal.
Matt Vianello and Allen Press tried a four-day jury trial in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Matt and Allen’s client sold a customer over $400,000 in steel pipe but the customer claimed it did not order the pipe and refused to pay. The jury returned a unanimous verdict for Matt and Allen's client, and a judgment was entered awarding actual damages, interest, and attorney fees.
Allen Press successfully prosecuted a case on behalf of a local lawyer who sued his former law partner for breach of contract in connection with the dissolution of their law firm. The parties waived a jury trial, and the judge handling the case awarded Allen's client 100% of the amount he claimed. Allen tried the case in 2015 in Franklin County, Missouri.