This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Tab Turner of Turner and Associates, PA (www.tturner.com)
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Acclaimed trial attorney Tab Turner talks about how he helped set the standard for terrorism cases with Courtney Linde et al. v. Arab Bank PLC, the first civil jury trial in the United States under the Anti-Terrorism Act. A landmark class action suit collectively representing more than 300 U.S. citizens injured or killed by terrorist bombings in Israel resulted in Arab Bank PLC being held responsible for funding dozens of terrorist acts in the early 2000s by issuing payouts to the families of suicide bombers.
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Tab Turner is a trial lawyer with offices in Arkansas, Texas, San Diego, and New York. He graduated with high honors from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He is the sole shareholder in Turner & Associates, P.A., a law firm devoted to serving consumers and victims of human rights violations.
Mr. Turner is a trial attorney who specializes in representing consumers injured by defective automotive products, environmental litigation, anti-terrorism litigation, and commercial litigation. In the field of automotive safety, his primary focus has been on vehicle handling and stability and catastrophic tire failures as well as representing families of children injured by defective safety systems. Mr. Turner has won verdicts for clients in multiple cases where the verdict was in excess of $20,000,000.00, including a $132,000,000.00 jury verdict against Ford Motor Company relating to the death of Brian Cole, a young outfielder with the New York Mets organization, which remains the largest single verdict in a wrongful death claim in the U.S., and was lead trial counsel in winning the first antiterrorism case against Arab Bank in a trial that took place in Brooklyn in 2015, wherein the jury found the Bank guilty of providing material support to the terrorist organization Hamas, which had carried out twenty-four (24) separate attacks of U.S. citizens during the Second Intifida in the Middle East.
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