NORTH BEND, Ore. — The family of Kirsten Englund is filing a lawsuit against World Pawn Exchange for transferring multiple firearms to a straw purchaser, Diane Boyce, which were then used by her mentally ill son, 30-year old Jeffrey Boyce. Mr. Boyce used the weapons to murder Kirsten Englund and carjack and kidnap another victim during a crime spree stretching from Oregon to California.
See the full press release: Lawsuit Filed Against Oregon Dealer That Transferred Gun Used in Murder Through Straw Purchase
On July 13, 2015 a Clark County, Washington jury awarded an experienced welder, seriously injured after a fall from unsecured scaffolding, nearly a million dollars in an oil rig construction accident. Attorney Tom D’Amore and Vancouver attorney Greg Price represented the plaintiff.
See the full press release: $947,180 Verdict to Welder Injured in Scaffolding Collapse During BP Oil Rig Construction
On April 17, 2015 a Wasco County, Oregon jury found Mid-Columbia Medical Center negligent, and awarded $800,000 in compensatory damages and $150,000 in punitive damages to one of the women sexually abused by a hospital anesthesiologist. Attorney Tom D’Amore and Attorney Nick Kahl represented the plaintiff against MCMC.
See the full press release: D’Amore Law Group Earns Sex Abuse Victim $950,000 in Oregon Hospital Trial
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