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Donahoo Client Says Justice Done in Financial Fraud Case (Fox 11 News Video)

Christine Ramirez told Fox 11 News reporters in a video published August 31, 2016 that justice was done in a recent financial fraud case against MetLife. The Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded almost $16 million to Ramirez in the case. Watch the video now. Attorneys Richard Donahoo of Donahoo & Associates, PC and Thomas Foley of Foley Bezek ... Read More

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Foley Bezek, Donahoo attorneys win $15.6 million for first of 98 clients in MetLife fraudulent securities case

Elderly grandmother who lost life savings is first to successfully challenge insurance giant LOS ANGELES, Aug. 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — A Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded $15.6 million to a grandmother who lost her life savings in a bogus investment fund that was offered by a MetLife insurance agent. After an eight-week trial, the ... Read More

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Richard E. Donahoo Named California Super Lawyer 2015

January 23, 2015 (Tustin, CA) Donahoo & Associates announced today that founder Richard E. Donahoo has been selected as a 2015 California Super Lawyer. The Super Lawyers rating service selects attorneys across the United States based peer nominations, evaluations and independent research. The patented process evaluates candidates on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional ... Read More

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Jury Finds County of Orange Shares Liability in Crosswalk Death, Awards $7.4 Million

A jury on Friday awarded over $7.4 million to a mother who was seriously injured and whose 3‐year old daughter was killed in a 2012 pedestrian accident in an Orange County school crosswalk. The jury found the driver, Carlos Parra, 20, negligent in the accident, but also found the County of Orange shared 20% of the ... Read More

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