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Ep 013: Ronnie Crosby | Wickersham v. Ford Motor Company | $3.3 million verdict

This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Ronnie Crosby of Peters, Murdaugh, Parker, Eltzroth, and Detrick (http://www.pmped.com/)

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Case Details:

Trial attorney Ronnie Crosby discusses how he secured justice for his client after Ford Motor Company failed to issue a recall on a defective pretensioner in one of the company’s most popular SUV models. The plaintiff’s husband suffered permanent facial injuries and lost an eye when his seat belt did not tighten, strengthening the impact of the airbag deployment. The South Carolina driver committed suicide one year later because of the physical injuries he sustained. 

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Guest Bio:

Ronnie Crosby began practicing with the firm in 1994 in its Hampton office after serving as a judicial law clerk for Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Judge Gerald C. Smoak. Mr. Crosby has successfully represented clients at all levels of South Carolina's state and federal courts in cases involving tractor trailer collisions, premises liability, motor vehicle collisions, vehicle rollovers, tire separations, roof crush, defective seat belts, defective boat trailers, highway defects, defamation, defective agricultural seeds, and insurance coverage disputes. His current practice focuses primarily on products liability where he is often associated by other attorneys to serve as co-counsel. 

Mr. Crosby has settled or tried to verdict in excess of 250 cases that resulted in recoveries of over one million dollars including numerous cases with recoveries greater than ten million dollars. Ronnie has been a featured speaker at the South Carolina Judicial Conference, the South Carolina Association of Justice Annual Convention and the South Carolina Association of Justice Auto Torts Seminar. He was recognized by Super Lawyers as one of South Carolina's top attorneys and has received the highest rating for both legal and ethical standards by Martindale Hubbell. He has served on the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Association for Justice and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Attorneys Information Exchange Group. 

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