Karen McKenna v. Solar Control
Case No. PC038559
Client Karen McKenna lost her business in a fire that was started in a neighboring suite. The neighbors insurance company refused to pay and offered a measly $7,000 to settle. After bench trial, the Court entered a verdict in favor of Client McKenna for $819,183. Including costs and attorney fees, Allan E. Perry achieved a judgment for Client McKenna for approximately $984,000.
“There was one common denominator that this legal battle had, that none of my others had, and that was Allan Perry. Mr. Perry was focused, likeable, believable, elegant, sincere, steadfast, an eloquent speaker…he saved my life!” – Client Karen McKenna
Chicago Title Ins. Co. v. AMZ Ins. Services, Pacific Specialty Ins. Co., and the McGraw Co.
Case No. 06CC08942
Client Chicago Title Ins. Co. paid out a fire loss claim in the amount of $270,200 to the Mustain family. Beforehand, however, the Mustain family had refinanced their home and as part of that refinance they were required to obtain from a homeowner’s policy from Pacific Specialty. Pacific Specialty refused to acknowledge coverage. After a six day trial, it took the jury a mere forty minutes to return a unanimous verdict for $270,200 for Chicago Title.
Including costs and attorney fees, Allan E. Perry achieved a judgment for Chicago Title for $480,413.