“Madison County judge weighs throwing out lawsit over police chase that killed NASA engineer”, al.com (4/12/13)
MRB attorney Rip Andrews argues case on behalf of family of killed NASA engineer.
"Settlement near for families of men killed in radio tower", Anniston Star (1/16/12)
A Decatur crane company will soon pay a $6 million settlement to the families of two men who died in 2010 after falling from a McClellan radio tower.
"$2.4 million verdict in child's death", The Birmingham News (2/8/11)
Jefferson County jury returns verdict in favor of mother whose son died from methadone ingestion after being treated and released from hospital emergency room.
"St. Vincent's settles suits over fetal remains", The Birmingham News (10/24/09)
Parents who sued St. Vincent's Birmingham over the handling of their miscarried fetuses have settled the five lawsuits pending against the Catholic hospital.
"Birmingham, Alabama jurors can use wi-fi while awaiting trial assignments", The Birmingham News (3/30/09)
Juror assembly room gets free internet service as a way to remember MRB attorney Nat Bryan, who died unexpectedly on August 25, 2008.
"Where Are They Now? Trial Team Experience Helps Create Exceptional Lawyers", Cumberland Lawyer (Winter 2009)
Jeff Rickard of Marsh, Rickard & Bryan is one of many Cumberland School of Law alumni who developed their trial advocacy skills by participating in the school's trial teams.
Marsh Rickard Bryan Birmingham March 2008
Founded in 1996 by senior partner David Marsh. Jeff Rickard and Susan Silvernail, who had worked previously with David, helped to launch the new firm.
"State pays family of Alabaster man killed by trooper", Birmingham News (1/4/08)
The state of Alabama has paid $900,000 to the mother of an Alabaster man shot to death three years ago by a state trooper, although an internal investigation cleared him of criminal wrongdoing.
"Rick and Bubba morning show moves to WZZK", Birmingham News (1/3/07)
David Marsh, who represents radio personalities Rick Burgess and "Bubba Bussey", negotiates what is believed to be the most lucrative radio deal in the history of the state.
"Letter to Editor", Birmingham News (12/17/06)
The public should be informed that very restrictive laws passed by the Alabama Legislature in the name of tort reform prevent aggrieved patients from finding out in a court of law if their physicians have committed similar wrongful acts in the past.
"Law Firm Anniversary Spurs Volunteer Effort", Birmingham News (12/10/06)
When its 10th anniversary rolled around this year, the law firm Marsh, Rickard & Bryan could have patted itself on the back and thrown a party for employees, spouse and clients. Instead, the 10-lawyer plaintiffs' firm chose kindness.
"Family Awarded $29 Million in Crash", Montgomery Advertiser (8/28/05)
Jurors awarded $29 million to the estate of a man killed in a 2002 head-on collision with a dump truck driven by a man with methamphetamines in his system.
"Family Gets $29 million in Truck Death Case", Birmingham News (8/27/05)
A Shelby County jury has awarded $29 million to the estate of a man killed in a 2002 head-on collision with a dump truck operated by a driver who was under the influence of methamphetamines.
"Kinko's suit settled as trial looms", Birmingham News (4/17/04)
A Vestavia Hills, Alabama woman left unable to walk after a Kinko's company vehicle hit her in 2002 has settled a negligence lawsuit against the company for an undisclosed amount.
"Woman hit by Kinko's Vehicle settles negligence lawsuit", The Associated Press (4/18/04)
A Vestavia Hills Alabama woman left unable to walk after a Kinko's company vehicle hit her in 2002 has settled a negligence lawsuit against the company for an undisclosed amount.
"Jury awards doctor $2.9 million in Lawsuit over Contract", Birmingham News (11/10/02)
A Jefferson County jury awarded $2.9 million to a Birmingham doctor who claimed two medical companies defrauded him by not renewing his contract after promising they would.
"Power Line Suits Could be Tried Together", Birmingham News (10/17/01)
A Jefferson County circuit judge is considering whether the same jury will hear separate lawsuits involving an electrical accident that killed one Mountain Brook boy and injured another.
"Suit Filed in Boy's Electrocution", Birmingham News (8/30/01)
The family of the Mountain Brook boy killed by a dangling electric line sued Alabama Power on Wednesday, saying the company did not maintain its lines.
The David H. Marsh Scholarship
The firm of Marsh, Rickard & Bryan established a scholarship at Cumberland School of Law in honor of founding partner David H. Marsh.