Other Cases

  • Violations of the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act:
    Our client entered into a contract with a Kansas City company for foundation work to fix water leaks in his basement.  After the repairs were made, our client experienced wall movement and water leaks that were not resolved.  Plaintiff claimed defendant violated the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act by failing to honor its lifetime warranties over its products and services.  After the trial court entered a judgment in our client’s favor, the case was settled for $47,500.00

    (while an appeal was pending)

  • Successful Zoning Appeal:
    In May of 2012, Troy Dietrich successfully handled the appeal of a zoning decision of the Clinton County Commission in Mike Dingle vs. Clinton County Commission, et al.  The Clinton County Planning & Zoning Commission had granted Defendant property owner a special use permit to operate a wedding reception facility in an agricultural zoning district in rural Clinton County.  Our client challenged the Commission’s decision on the grounds that the Commission failed to follow the rules and requirements of its Zoning Order.  The court agreed and found that the special use permit was not supported by substantial and competent evidence and was not authorized by law.
  • Pedestrian Accident:
    Our client was riding his bicycle on a city street when he was struck by a pickup truck. Claims were made for failing to yield to a bicyclist at an intersection causing a lower leg fracture. Settlement for policy limits.”

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