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J. T. vs. B. C.
The Insurance Company had initially denied this claim. However, after a one day trial in the Circuit Court for Charles County, the jury rendered an award of $75,000.00.
D. S. vs. Uneeda Disposal Company
This case was tried in Montgomery County and the Defendant denied liability completely. The case resulted in a jury award of $280,000.00.
J. B. vs. State Farm Insurance Company
This case was tried in Prince George’s County. The last offer by State Farm Insurance Company was for $35,000.00 however after trial the jury rendered a verdict for $788,551.31.
K. S. vs. State Farm Insurance Company
This case involved an under insured motorist claim. State Farm offered $100,000, while the last demand was for $150,000. After being tried in Prince George’s County, the jury rendered an award of $406,677.31.
I would highly, highly recommend Mr. Pyles to anyone needing a lawyer, especially a trial attorney.
S. G. vs. E. B. & State Farm Insurance Company
This case was tried in Prince George’s County. The last offer by State Farm Insurance was for $50,000.00. After trial the jury rendered a verdict in excess of $137,468.21.
I was involved in two car accidents a few months apart. The second insurance company tried to blame all my injuries on the first insurance company and refused to pay me fairly.
The case had to go before a jury trial. I was nervous and scared. Mr. Pyles reassured and prepared me for trial. The insurance defense doctor testified that all my injuries were from the first accident. Mr. Pyles was amazing in court refuting every word that the insurance doctor said. I won the case and received $137,468.21.
W. P. vs. J. S.
This case was a rear end collision which occurred in Hughesville, Maryland. The last offer by Allstate was for $7,000.00. After being tried in Charles County, the jury rendered a verdict of $90,084.00.
K. S. vs. J. A.
This case was tried in the Circuit Court for Charles County. Prior to trial, Allstate offered $7,500.00. After a one day, the jury returned a verdict of $36,168.50.
I would strongly recommend Tom Pyles to anyone. He stood up for me and did a great job. I refer all my family and friends to him. He’s the man!
M. B. vs. T. V.
C. B. vs. J.T.
BMA Insurance Company
M. G. vs. Erie Insurance Company
T. H. vs. B. J. – Circuit Court for Prince George’s County
This case involved a rear-end collision resulting in neck and shoulder injuries. The parties agreed on a high/low of $50,000-$150,000. The final arbitration award was $133,934.54. November 2009
F. M. vs. G. S. F.
M.R. vs. Y.R.
D. T. vs. State Farm Insurance Company
C. M. vs. L. M. P.
E. E. vs. J. L.
This occurred in March 2008. The parties had agreed to a high/low of $20,000-$80,000. The final arbitration award was $76,969.
J. T. vs. B. W. C., II – Circuit Court for Charles County
One day Jury Trial on June 7, 2005, which resulted in an award of $75,000.00. The insurance company had denied the claim.
M. A. vs. WMATA
This was a two-day trial on March 8 & 9, 2010. It was tried in Prince George’s County. The Defendant’s last offer was $25,000 which was rejected. The jury came back with a verdict in the amount of $73,286.85.
“Mr. Pyles is an awesome attorney and I would highly, highly recommend him to anybody with a legal matter. It was a pleasure working with him as he helped me present my case to the jury. He had total command of the courtroom during the trial. I was rear-ended by a Metro Bus and I suffered neck and back injuries. WMATA’s last offer to me before trial was $25,000 – we rejected that and a jury came back with the verdict of $73,286.85. Simply put, Mr. Pyles was awesome and I again would highly recommend him to anybody!”
F. B. vs. Geico
M. Y., et al, vs. K. R. – Circuit Court for Charles County
This case involved a rear-end collision. The parties agreed on a high/low of $20,000-$50,000. The final arbitration award was $49,000.
C. A., Sr. vs. L. H. – Circuit Court for Charles County
The parties had agreed to a high/low of $10,000-$40,000. The Arbitrator awarded $37,005.