Smith Haughey attorneys Ashley Quackenbush and Chris Genther achieved an outstanding result in a medical malpractice case brought against our clients, a hospital and physician. Because they tend to be factually complicated cases, it is very difficult to get medical malpractice claims dismissed by a court. Nevertheless, Smith Haughey attorneys did j…Read more
Smith Haughey achieved victory for our client, who had been sued for numerous claims, including conspiracy and misrepresentation, in connection with a dispute over an investment in an oil well. After extensive discovery, attorneys Kristen Guinn and Katie Wendt moved for dismissal of the claims, showing that they were not factually supported. The co…Read more
Smith Haughey recently obtained a decisive victory for our client, a widow, who sought recovery of assets that belonged to her deceased husband but had been taken by his ex-wife from a prior marriage in violation of their divorce decree.
Not only were the assets awarded to our client, but the probate judge ordered treble damages because of the fra…Read more
Smith Haughey successfully represented a physician in federal court in a case alleging that he had violated numerous constitutional rights by failing to properly address and treat his patient’s medical needs.
Attorney John Kruis obtained a dismissal of all claims against our client in the district court. The patient appealed to the United States C…Read more
Smith Haughey Rice & Roegge is pleased to announce that attorney Kenneth D. Seale has joined the firm as a shareholder in the Grand Rapids office. Ken joins Smith Haughey with nearly 20 years of experience and will be practicing in the firm’s medical malpractice defense practice group.
Ken joins Smith Haughey from Chicago, where he was a partn…Read more