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We are trial lawyers at Scharnhorst Ast Kennard Griffin, PC. Trial work is what we do, and we do it well.

Our attorneys have successfully tried and arbitrated many significant matters throughout the United States, including numerous multi-million dollar disputes. Skill, energy, passion for excellence, thorough preparation, and unwavering commitment to our clients have produced exceptional results.

  • Defended architect and engineers in arbitration in which claimant sought more than $1.2 million in damages for alleged design deficiencies in domed sports arena. Claimant dismissed claims and paid clients’ fees after third day of hearing.

  • Obtained summary judgment for manufacturer in complex commercial litigation arising out of purchase of component parts from another manufacturer which claimed breach of a long-term contract. The claim exceeded $1M.

  • Achieved defense verdict in lawsuit involving significant intra-operative nerve injury. Plaintiff alleged permanent and severe injury as a result of instruments used by neurosurgeon during cervical spine surgery.

Experience—Focused Solutions—Proven Results.™
That is not simply a motto . . . .it is how we do business.

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