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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.

Jane Doe v. National Car Rental

Company Knew of Defects — Roof Crush, Seat Belt, Handling & Stability Issues Late morning on April 12, 2002, Jane Doe, who was fully seatbelted, was driving her full-sized SUV on I-95 when a vehicle came into her lane causing her to swerve to avoid a collision. When she swerved, she lost control and the…

Vandoli v. John Doe

Elderly Woman Awarded Defendants Bodily Injury Insurance Coverage Mrs. Vandoli was operating her 1997 Lincoln Towncar when the Defendant ran a stop sign and violated her right of way. The Defendant was cited, pursuant to Florida Statue 316.122, for failure to yield to Mrs. Vandoli. The collision caused extensive front end damage to Mrs. Vandoli’s…

John Doe v. Underinsured Motorist Coverage

John Doe was violently rear ended as he was stopped for traffic in a construction zone. The heavy rear impact pushed Doe’s vehicle into the vehicle in front of him causing a second substantial impact. Below is a photograph demonstrating the significant property damage which totaled the Honda Odyssey:Emergency personnel with Marion County Fire-Rescue arrived…

John Doe v. Vehicle Driver

Distracted Driver Runs over 6-Year Old Neighbor On a May morning, a 6-year-old boy was riding his scooter in front of his home in a quiet residential neighborhood. He was waiting for his school bus when he was violently hit by his neighbor’s truck. As a result of the accident the young boy received first…

John Doe v. Trucking Company

Tractor Trailer Strikes And Totals Car After Violating Right Of Way A 67-year-old and former 22-year veteran John Doe was returning home from work as a railroad conductor at 9:40pm traveling southbound on a major U.S. Highway in Florida in his Honda. He was seat belted and traveling the posted speed limit. As John Doe…

John Doe v. Negligent Driver and Insurance Company

Just recently, our client was traveling southbound on Rock Island Road at its intersection with Southgate Boulevard in North Lauderdale in his 2008 Hyundai, Tucson SUV. As he was going through the intersection at the posted speed limit, another driver, a GEICO insured driving a 2010 Toyota, negligently made an improper turn going northwest and…

John Doe V. Insurance Company

We recently solved a case where our client, an aide and caregiver for recovering drug and alcohol addicts, was involved in two (2) motor vehicle accidents within a four (4) month period. The first occurred while our client was in the “course and scope” of his employment with the rehabilitation facility while driving patients to…

John Doe v. Distracted Driver

Our firm recently resolved a claim for an 82-year-old man, who was seriously injured in a motor vehicle and pedestrian collision. Our client, the pedestrian, was walking his dog in his development when he was hit by an inattentive driver. This horrible crash was captured on the homeowners association’s clubhouse video. Unfortunately, our client’s best…

John Doe v. 15-Year-Old Defendant Driver and Insurance Company

Our firm secured Bodily Injury (BI) & UIM (Under Insured Motorist Coverage) Limits in Auto Case in Palm Beach County.Our client was driving near the intersection of Olive Avenue and Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach when she stopped first in line for a red light. The light turned green and she proceeded to go…

Jane Does v. Logging Truck Company

In the predawn hours on a rural and unlit section of I-95 in Volusia County, the defendant truck driver fell asleep at the wheel as he traveled down the highway in an overloaded logging truck. As the tractor-trailer overturned, it strew logs across the roadway and shoulder. Minutes later, as Jane Doe and her teenage…