In 1998, a Nebraska lawyer’s long-time client sustained a dismemberment
injury at an Arizona manufacturing plant. The Nebraska lawyer’s
efforts on behalf of the client resulted in identification of a viable
claim, articulation of a theory of recovery, and focus upon a manufacturer.
Domina Law Group, consulted on the case at the time, was unable to assist
with the Arizona proceeding then, due to commitments in other matters.
The originating Nebraska lawyer entered into an arrangement with an Arizona
law firm to represent the client. As a result, a substantial settlement
was achieved without trial, but the Arizona attorney refused to settle
on financial matters with the originating Nebraska lawyer.
Domina Law Group was again called upon by the Nebraska lawyer to bring
suit against the Arizona lawyer. The case, set for trial in June in United
States District Court in Phoenix, was finally settled as the jury was
Domina Law Group’s efforts allowed its client to achieve an appropriate,
long-delayed resolution of the unbecoming fee dispute.