David Olsen's client Jessie Scott was recently spotlighted by the Deseret News, KSL, and Channel 2. The stories give an update on Scott's recovery after being paralyzed three years ago when a Walmart pharmacy mistakenly filled an oxycodone hydrochloride pain medication 20 times the dose prescribed by his doctor.
Alan W. Mortensen were recently featured in "La Tribuna," a Honduras Newspaper for their investigation and work on an Cessna aircraft crash in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. With no real progress made by investigators, Mortensen and Lance were hired by families of the victims for legal representation in the crash. Mortensen and Lance both have experience in aviation and aircraft accidents, specifically in Central America. To read the story go to: La Tribuna
Four people were killed in a small plane crash at the Wendover, Utah, airport on June 1. The Cessna 172 T, a single engine, four seat plane, crashed at the Wendover Airport at 2:35 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1, 2011. The plane was en route from St. George to Provo. The four passengers were in a small Cessna that was attempting to land for a fuel stop, said Wendover Airport director Jim Petersen. Witnesses said the plane attempted to land but eventually crashed. The FAA and NTSB are investigating.
Dewsnup, King & Olsen attorneys Colin King and Dustin Lance file suit on behalf of three teens who were sexually abused at the Silverado Academy in Panguich, Utah.
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