Cunningham Bounds filed many lawsuits in Alabama and Florida on behalf of different groups that have been damaged as a result of the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon and the oil spill.
Cunningham Bounds was retained by the State of Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources to assert claims of royalty fraud against ExxonMobil.
Cunningham Bounds obtained over $1 billion that was paid to homeowners affected by defective masonite siding & shingles.
Cunningham Bounds served as co-lead counsel for bondholder plaintiffs in a lawsuit against HealthSouth, UBS and Ernst Young for fraudulent statements concerning the company’s finances.
Cunningham Bounds represented Dr. Sven-Peter Mannsfeld, a chemical expert, who created a method of transforming certain hazardous industrial wastes into lucrative manufacturing ingredients.
Attorneys from Cunningham Bounds, along with Reeves & Mestayer, LLC, negotiated a settlement that resolved claims on behalf of over 3,000 employees, retirees, and other beneficiaries at Singing River Health System.
The attorneys at Cunningham Bounds recovered a $140 million verdict for the wrongful death of patient due to medical transcription errors.
Dirt Inc., a construction and demolition waste landfill, alleged that ShawCor Ltd. and others were liable for disposing of waste that was environmentally toxic and hazardous.
A $102,949,220 judgment against Timothy McCallan, Americorp, Inc., and Seton Corp. was entered by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama after a trial taking place in November 2013.