The Mississippi Supreme Court denied the Plaintiff’s Petition for Writ of Certiorari on December 1, 2016 mandate in the Premises Liability/Vicious Dog Lawsuit previously reported in which the Circuit Court of Montgomery County granted Summary Judgment to the Defendants and the
David Lee Gladden, Jr. recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of an insured in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Mississippi. (order-granting-summary-judgment-filed). Plaintiff filed her lawsuit seeking $500,000 in damages. Plaintiff alleged that the insured “maintained an
David Lee Gladden, Jr. recently obtained summary judgment on behalf of an insurer in the County Court of Rankin County, Mississippi. The insurer was being sued for fraudulent misrepresentation, negligent misrepresentation, gross negligence, negligence, breach of contract and bad faith.
A recent ruling from the Mississippi Court of Appeals held that the trial court committed a number of errors at trial which resulted in the overturning a $1,000,000 verdict in favor of the Plaintiff in a premises security case tried in Hinds County Circuit Court. The Court of Appeals decision handed
Lee Gladden successfully briefed and argued to the Circuit Court of Madison County his client’s Motion for Summary Judgment based on Plaintiff’s failure to prove the four (4) elements of negligence which was required before the Plaintiff could succeed on her premises liability claim against the Defendant. The Circuit Court of Madison County dismissed Plaintiff’s Complaint.