Dixon, Truman, Fisher & Clifford obtained a $275,000.00 settlement from the Washington County School District for the injuries sustained by an 11 year old boy while playing a game of tug-of-war during P.E. The school teacher had pitted all of the fifth grade girls against all of the fifth grade boys in one massive game of tug-of-war. Unfortunately, our 11 year old client had wrapped the rope around his arm before the tug-of-war game began. The teacher failed to notice this and failed to monitor and stop the game notwithstanding screams for help. This incident broke all three bones in our client’s arm, caused significant muscle damage and resulted in compartment syndrome. Before we were hired by our client, the school district was not willing to assume responsibility for this incident.”
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This week’s luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 8, 2009 at the Best Western Abbey Inn
The luncheon will be held from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm. Lunch is served promptly at 11:45. Please arrive early to be seated by 12:00 noon. The luncheon cost is $13.00 per plate. The public is invited. The luncheon topic this week is Workplace Violence, presented by the Dove Center. For more information, contact Susi at 435-628-1650 ext. 3.
The Luncheon Sponsor this week is Dixon, Truman, Fisher & Clifford, PC
Dixon, Truman, Fisher and Clifford began in 1994 when Bryce Dixon and Ron Truman became partners in Las Vegas. They opened their St. George office in 1997 with Nathan Fisher. They have presently ten lawyers in the two offices. Mostly they practice in commercial and personal injury cases. Their commercial department includes real estate litigation, collection, real estate development and land use planning, in the service of banks and numerous construction contractors.
Home Builders Counsel
Nathan Fisher is the counsel for Southern Utah Home Builders Association. In the area of personal injury three lawyers are members of the exclusive Multi-million Dollar Advocates Forum. They have successfully litigated serious fire injury and truck injury cases, taking on some of the largest corporations in the world.