The American Association for Justice Minority Caucus Newsletter for Spring 2010 featured an article written by Motley Rice attorney Marlon Kimpson entitled "Knowing is Half the Battle," a piece addressing growing concerns and emerging trends in both the aviation industry and aviation litigation.
Motley Rice co-founder and member attorney Joe Rice has been named a lifetime member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum by The Top Trial Lawyers in America Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
Motley Rice co-founder and member attorney Joe Rice and member attorney Anne Kearse have been named members of The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers™.
Motley Rice member attorney Marlon Kimpson speaks with reporter Carolyn Murray on Comcast's Newsmakers about a putative class action lawsuit that Motley Rice filed in South Carolina on March 22, 2010, against Airtran Airways, Inc.
Six months after returning to her Arizona home following service in Iraq as a DCMA (Defense Contract Management Agency) worker, Emilye Rainwater was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer known as acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Attorney and former Department of Transportation Inspector General Mary Schiavo discusses aviation safety in a documentary about pilot fatigue featured by Canadian Broadcast Network CBC.
Motley Rice attorney Marlon Kimpson comments on a lawsuit recently filed in South Carolina on behalf of Summerville, S.C., native Sandie Mallard alleging that the low-cost carrier cost her thousands of dollars after failing to notify her of a cancelled flight for which she had already paid.
Motley Rice member attorney Marlon Kimpson speaks with ABC News about a putative class action lawsuit that the firm has filed in South Carolina against Airtran Airways, Inc. on behalf of putative class representative Sandie Mallard.
Motley Rice LLC announces today that it has filed a putative class action lawsuit in South Carolina against Airtran Airways, Inc. (Airtran) on behalf of putative class representative Sandie Mallard alleging that the defendant's negligence and breach of contract resulted in significant financial loss when Airtran failed to operate flights on which it sold tickets.
Motley Rice attorney Vincent Greene announced that the lawsuits of 18 Rhode Island children poisoned by lead paint have been settled against their former landlords.