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The Cracken Law Firm PC 
Dallas, Texas Office
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12200 N. Stemmons Freeway, Suite 100
Dallas, Texas  75234-5877

(Collin, Dallas & Denton Cos.)

Telephone: 972-587-7734



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About this office:

PRACTICE AREA

Mr. Cracken represents individuals and businesses in the prosecution of individual, class action, and mass action cases, often serving as general counsel for his clients identifying their best claims, establishing strategy and tactics in connection with the prosecution of same, identifying and recruiting the best law firms to jointly represent his clients in the prosecution of their claims, and participating in the related litigation start to finish. Further, Mr. Cracken often takes a leadership role with defense counsel and the neutrals in negotiating the eventual resolution of his clients' claims.

For example:

Today, Mr. Cracken is co-counsel in the joint representation of (1) more than one hundred thousand consumers in Iowa, Georgia, and Missouri in connection with the prosecution of their class claims for recovery of damages caused by state banks in the administration of their automated overdraft programs, (2) thousands of clients across the country in connection with the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by Pradaxa® or Xarelto® as a result of an uncontrolled bleed, (3) hundreds of corn farmers throughout the Midwest in connection with the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. and its affiliates as result of the premature launch of their Vipteraš GMO corn seed, (4) hundreds of clients across the country in connection with the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by defective devices used as inferior-vena-cava filters to trap emboli, (5) thousands of home owners and business owners in Texas in connection with the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by the bad faith of their casualty insurance companies, and (6) thousands of clients across the country in connection with the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by defective devices made from polypropylene (transvaginal) mesh and used to address pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.

Further, in recent years, Mr. Cracken has been co-counsel in the joint representation of (1) more than one hundred clients across the country in the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by the negligence of directors and officers in the mismanagement of their aircraft-manufacturing company, (2) tens of thousands of clients across the country in the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by a consumer-reporting agency in connection with violations of the Fair Credit Report Act (in which litigation Mr. Cracken and his co-counsel filed more than 70,000 individual Texas state-court cases), and (3) more than one hundred clients across the country in the prosecution of their individual claims for recovery of damages caused by Infuse® Bone Grafts.

In recent years, Mr. Cracken has been co-counsel in the joint representation of clients in more than 25 of the 50 states.



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Complex and Multi-District Litigation; Class Actions.




Year Established: 1992

Clients:
RECENT SETTLEMENTS

$27,733,333 (2015)―A settlement in connection with a New Mexico state-court case to recover damages caused by the negligence of a fixed-based operator, fuel distributor, fuel refiner, and pilot resulting in the crash of a Cessna 421C and related fatalities.

$3,170,000 (2015)―A settlement in connection with MDL No. 2325 recover damages caused by defective devices made from polypropylene (transvaginal) mesh and used to address pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.

$22,110,756 (2014)―A settlement in connection with MDL No. 2325 to recover damages caused by defective devices made from polypropylene (transvaginal) mesh and used to address pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.

$4,362,668 (2014)―A settlement with MDL No. 2387 to recover damages caused by defective devices made from polypropylene (transvaginal) mesh and used to address pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence.

$34,000,000 (2014)―A settlement in connection with a Georgia state-court class action case to recover damages caused by a state bank in the administration of its automated overdraft program.

$6,900,000 (2013)―A settlement in connection with a series of New Mexico state-court mass action cases to recover damages caused by the negligence of directors and officers in the mismanagement of their company.

$27,738,002 (2013)―A settlement in connection with a series of more than 70,000 Texas state-court individual cases to recover damages from a consumer-reporting agency for violation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

$5,600,000 (2012)―A settlement in connection with a Georgia state-court class action case to recover damages caused by a state bank in the administration of its automated overdraft program.

$41,155,500 (2012)―A settlement in connection with a series of New Mexico state-court mass action cases to recover damages caused by the negligence of directors and officers in the mismanagement of their company.


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