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Our Results

A summary of major cases that Murray Guari successfully resolved for their clients.

With more than 45 years of combined experience, the trial attorneys at Murray Guari have handled a variety of cases

- many of them quite challenging, and all of them different. But there is one thing that all of our cases have in common - which is our strong desire to see justice served and our client's case resolved to their benefit and satisfaction. Below we share a summary of some of our most challenging - and most rewarding.

The accounts of recent trials, jury verdicts and settlements contained in this website are intended to illustrate the experience of the firm in a variety of litigation areas. Each case is unique, and the results in one case do not necessarily indicate the quality or value of another case.

John Doe v. Landlord, Et Al

John Doe v. Landlord, Tenant, Intersection Designer and Contractor & Florida Department of Transportation We successfully resolved a complex liability case against a commercial landowner and business tenant who, by negligently allowing overgrown foliage at the corner of their property adjacent to an intersection, created a line of sight problem for a truck and a…

Jane Doe v. Insurance Company Case 2

Our 56-year-old client was injured in an auto crash when another driver, distracted by her cell phone, violently rear-ended her and totaled her vehicle. Our client underwent a multiple level cervical discectomy, and she suffers from headaches and pain in her face and jaw. Our attorneys successfully negotiated a settlement with the other driver’s insurance…

Jane Doe v. Insurance Company Case 1

Our client Millie, a Canadian citizen who was visiting her mother who lives in West Palm Beach, was a passenger in her mom’s vehicle when an uninsured driver violated their right-of-way and hit into the driver’s side of their vehicle.   As a result of the significant collision, Millie suffered from multiple injuries to her…

Boyle v. Matthew Murray & PMI Investment Company

Carelessness Ends the Life of a Beloved High School Principal John Boyle had dedicated much of his life to working in a challenging role that involved helping others. As the principal of Indian Ridge High School he was charged with overseeing this Palm Beach County (PBC) School District facility for students with serious emotional challenges.…

Doe Family vs. Defendant Driver and Uninsured Motorist Carrier

As the Doe family (two parents, six children)  were returning to Virginia after spending Christmas vacation with the grandparents in Florida, they were in a terrible rollover accident on I-95.  One moment they were traveling down the road, seemingly safe within their vehicle, when suddenly they were struck from behind, thrown against the concrete barrier…

Sherrod v. Green

Desert Storm Veteran and Single Mother Obtains Justice ? Delayed Payment Willie Sherrod, a veteran of Desert Storm and mother of one, was involved in violent automobile crash in Riviera Beach, Florida due to Defendant Stanford Grandison’s negligence. As a result of the incident, she suffered lacerations to her arms and a painful herniated disc…

Cruz v. Space Coast Underwriters

Drunk Driver and Insurance Carrier = Bad Faith Case Belky Cruz had just braved another trip to the grocery store. After selecting the items on her list, she waited in line, paid for her groceries and with shopping car loaded was headed to her car. Wham! The next thing Belky remembers was her shopping cart…

John Doe v. National Airline Company

Paraplegic’s Dreams Are Shattered By Careless Skycap John Doe, a 57-year old successful businessman, was returning from a business trip and flew into Palm Beach International Airport. John Doe, an independent paraplegic for more than 25 years, requires skycap assistance to exit the plane and travel up the jet way to the terminal. While being…

Young John Doe v. Playground

We currently represent a young boy who suffered a serious closed head injury (a hard blow to the head from striking an object, but the object did not break the skull) when his head struck a concrete curb that ran down the middle of the playground. Instead of designing an appropriate playground space, the defendant…

Jane Doe v. Condominium – Unsafe Premises

Unsafe Railing Causes Catastrophic Injuries On an early April evening, Jane Doe came to a friend’s condominium to have dinner. Before dinner Jane Doe and several guests went down to the beach to admire the ocean view. She was standing on the wooden platform of the beach stairs when the railing suddenly gave way plunging…