BREAKING: Denton & Zachary Have Been Named 2020-2021 Arkansas Trial Lawyers of the Year; this is the Highest Honor That the Arkansas Trial Lawyer Association Gives!
This settlement was achieved by Joe Denton and Justin Zachary for a grandmother who was killed after being hit by an 18-wheeler. Joe and Justin were able to prove that the brakes for the 18-wheeler were not being inspected and had worn to such an extent that the it couldn’t stop at normal speeds.
$1 Million Settlement In an 18-Wheeler Accident
$4.35 Million Settlement From a Defective Product
This settlement was achieved by Joe Denton and Justin Zachary for a client was rendered disabled by a defective product causing him to lose his leg.
Client was severely injured in a motor vehicle accident due to cars racing down the street. After an extensive investigation, Denton & Zachary was able to locate the key missing witness and secure her testimony proving that three cars were racing and contributed to the client’s injuries.
$250,000 Settlement In a Motor Vehicle Accident
$450,000 Settlement In a Motorcycle Accident
Client was injured on a motorcycle in a construction zone due to improper signage in the work zone. Denton & Zachary were able to conduct an investigation and analysis to demonstrate that the improper signage installed in the construction zone prevented the client from seeing a turn at night.
Circuit Judge Chip Welch has entered a $121.1 million judgment against the Arkansas Department of Transportation in a taxpayers’ lawsuit over the agency’s illegal spending of a constitutionally approved sales tax on freeway projects in Little Rock.
$121 Million: One of the Largest Arkansas Judgments Ever
$2.6 Million Settlement In a Motorcycle Death Case
Motorcycle Death Case
Denton & Zachary represented a father driving a motorcycle who was killed when a truck and trailer pulled out in front of him. They prepared the case for trial & conducted extensive discovery across the U.S.. After extensive pre-trial hearings, Defendants settled just days before the jury trial beginning.