At Annie McAdams PC, we strive to deliver the very best in every case we address. It should be noted that no past case can help to forecast future results, even when the circumstances of two cases are similar. Still we are proud of a great number of cases we’ve addressed and are happy to have assisted many though the legal process. While the list of our case successes and accomplishments are too long to list, Below are some of the representative cases and successes from our firm.
CAUSE NO. 2018-69816; JANE DOE vs. FACEBOOK, INC.; BACKPAGE.COM, LLC d/b/a BACKPAGE; CARL FERRER; MICHAEL LACEY; JAMES LARKIN; JOHN BRUNST; AMERICA’S INNS, INC. d/b/a AMERICA’S INN 8201 SOUTHWEST FWY, HOUSTON, TX 77074; and TEXAS PEARL, INC.; In the 334th Judicial District Court of Harris County
Annie McAdams, as lead counsel, filed the first case against Facebook Inc. alleging the social media company has knowingly benefitted from facilitating human trafficking.
CAUSE NO. 201804501; JANE DOE #1 vs. BACKPAGE.COM, LLC D/B/A BACKPAGE, CARL FERRER, MICHAEL LACEY, JAMES LARKIN, JOHN BRUNST, SCOTT SPEAR, MEDALIST HOLDINGS, LLC, LEEWARD HOLDINGS, LLC, CAMARILLO HOLDINGS, LLC, DARTMOOR HOLDINGS LLC, IC HOLDINGS, LLC, ATLANTISCHE BEDRIJVEN C.V., UGC TECH GROUP C.V., AMSTEL RIVER HOLDINGS, LLC, LUPINE HOLDINGS, LLC, KICKAPOO RIVER INVESTMENTS, LLC, CF HOLDINGS GP, LLC, CF ACQUISITIONS LLC, NEW TIMES MEDIA, LLC, CHOICE HOTELS INTERNATIONAL, INC. D/B/A QUALITY INN, RUTIK, LLC D/B/A PALACE INN, HYATT HOTELS CORPORATION D/B/A HYATT PLACE AND HYATT REGENCY, BALAJI HOTELS, INC. D/B/A SYMPHONY INN, PILOT TRAVEL CENTERS, LLC D/B/A FLYING J, FLYING J TRANSPORTATION, LLC, FINEFAIR, INC. D/B/A PORT AUTO TRUCK STOP, TRAVELCENTERS OF AMERICA, LLC D/B/A TA TRUCK STOP #017, TRAVEL CENTERS OF AMERICA HOLDING COMPANY, LLC, LOVES TRAVEL STOPS & COUNTRY STORES, INC. D/B/A LOVE’S TRUCK STOP #401 AND LOVES TRAVEL STOP 3940 N McCARTY, AND VISA U.S.A., INC. D/B/A VISA; In the 270th District Court of Harris County, Texas
Annie McAdams, as lead counsel, filed this ground breaking lawsuit filed on behalf of Jane Doe #1. This case is the first comprehensive sex trafficking lawsuit filed in the United States against Backpage, the hotel industry and trucking industry.
CAUSE NO. 2018-36108; JASON ALEXANDER, et al. vs. THE WOOODLANDS LAND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY L.P., THE HOWARD HUGHES CORPORATION, LJA ENGINEERING, INC. F/K/A LJA ENGINEERING & SURVEYING, INC.; In the 215th Judicial District Court of Harris County
Annie McAdams represents over 280 homeowners in a case against The Woodlands Development Company and Howard Hughes Corporation for repeated and devastating flooding resulting in significant harms and losses to the Timarron and Timarron Lakes communities.
Cause No. 2012-46264; KENNETH PEREZ et al. vs. CASIMIRO CAMPOS; In The 151st District Court of Harris County, Texas
73.2 Million – Judgment. Casimiro Campos, who had been convicted of multiple DUI’s over the last 20 years, was driving drunk at the time he caused a crash which ultimately lead to the death of his 46-year-old passenger, Amelia Perez. Amelia left behind three children who were represented by Annie McAdams.
MARK WAYNE HENDRICKSON vs. VICTOR MANUEL RAMIREZ and MODERN METHOD GUNITE, INC.; In the 80th District Court of Harris County, Texas
Confidential Settlement. Annie McAdams represented Mr. Hendrickson against Victor Manuel Ramirez and the company he worked for Modern Method Gunite. Mr. Hendrickson suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of a motorcycle vs concrete truck collision. The Defendants alleged braking system malfunction. The case was resolved for a significant confidential amount under one year for the date of the collision.
CAUSE NO. 2011CV2485; VERNON WHEELS et al. vs. INTELLIGENT WORK CONSULTING, INC., D/B/A STAMPEDE MESQUITE GRILL & DANCE EMPORIUM, AND WILD, WILD WEST, L.P., D/B/A STAMPEDE MESQUITE GRILL & DANCE EMPORIUM; In the 18th Judicial District Court of Arapahoe County, Colorado
Confidential Settlement. Annie McAdams represented Mr. Wheels for the death of his daughter against a drunk driver, his company and the drinking establishments that significantly overserved the drunk driver. After a significant and contentious litigation the case resolved to the client’s satisfaction for a confidential settlement amount.