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Brandon's Arms


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Legal Community Against Gun Violence Honors Brandon Maxfield | Brandon's Arms News Release | July 12, 2005

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Brandon Maxfield
Oakland, CA - The Legal Community Against Gun Violence (LCAV) honored Brandon Maxfield with their 2005 Distinguished Leadership Award at the organization's 12th anniversary dinner last month. "I look forward to a time when we can work on other important issues, a time when we won't have to talk about dangerous guns anymore," Maxfield told the crowd of more 700 that responded with a standing ovation. Maxfield received the award for his courageous efforts to hold Bryco Arms accountable for their defective gun design. When he was seven years old, Maxfield was accidentally shot in the face by a defective Bryco "Saturday Night Special. As a result, he is permanently paralyzed below the neck. In Maxfield v. Bryco, a unanimous jury found Bryco Arms responsible for its defective design and for Brandon's injuries and medical expenses. Bryco declared bankruptcy and has yet to compensate Maxfield. Maxfield attempted to purchase Bryco's gun-making equipment at a bankruptcy auction last August. He formed Brandon's Arms, a non-profit organization, which raised money to buy the assets to melt down the defective pistols and halt production. Maxfield was outbid by Paul Jimenez, former Bryco plant manager. San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and California Attorney General Bill Lockyer posed for pictures with Maxfield and praised him in their comments. Brandon is continuing his fight to obtain compensation from Bryco Arms and to keep defective junk guns and crime guns off the streets.


San Rafael Attorney Richard Ruggieri Receives National Legal Award | Brandon's Arms News Release | July 27, 2005

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Washington, DC - San Rafael, California attorney Richard R. Ruggieri and his client, Brandon Maxfield, who brought a landmark case against "Saturday Night Special" gun manufacturer Bryco Arms, have been named the winners of the 2005 Steven J. Sharp Public Service Award, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) announced this week. Bryco, was brought by Ruggieri on behalf of a young California man named Brandon Maxfield. Because of Brandon's courage and Ruggieri's commitment to this case, on May 7, 2003, a jury of the Superior Court of the State of California in Alameda County unanimously awarded $50.9 million in compensatory damages to Brandon. Maxfield attempted to purchase Bryco's gun-making equipment at a bankruptcy auction last August. He formed Brandon's Arms, a non-profit organization, which raised money to buy the assets to melt down the defective pistols and halt production. Maxfield was outbid by Paul Jimenez, former Bryco plant manager. Brandon is continuing his fight to obtain compensation from Bryco Arms and to keep defective junk guns and crime guns off the streets.


Brandon's Arms | Protect Our Children

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Brandon's Arms, a non-profit organization inspired by Brandon Maxfield | brandonsarms.org | www.brandonsarms.org
Brandon's Arms | Protect Our Children Brandon's Arms Brandon Maxfield Brandon Maxfield Brandon's Arms was inspired by the story of Brandon Maxfield. When he was seven, Brandon was accidentally shot in the face by a defective Bryco pistol which discharged while being unloaded. As a result, Brandon is permanently paralyzed below the neck. In Maxfield v. Bryco, a unanimous jury found Bryco Arms responsible for its defective design and for Brandon's injuries and medical expenses. Bryco Arms and its principals declared bankruptcy, and have yet to fully compensate Brandon. Brandon's Arms works to promote the public safety by reducing and eliminating injuries and deaths from the accidental or criminal use of firearms. Brandon is continuing his fight to obtain compensation from Bryco Arms and to keep defective junk guns and crime guns off the streets.


Brandon's Arms | About Brandon

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Brandon Maxfield
Brandon's Arms | About Brandon Brandon's Arms Brandon Maxfield Brandon Maxfield Brandon Maxfield In many ways Brandon grew up as a typical teenager - short on words, listening to music, playing video games, glued to his computer, and enjoying World Federation Wrestling. He attended mainstream schools, hung out with friends, earned straight A's through high school, and dreamed of college and life beyond. Like Reeves, Brandon is a quadriplegic. He has head movement only and depends on a ventilator to breathe at night. Like Reeves, he uses an electric wheelchair which is controlled solely with head movements. He surfs the net using a head mouse. Brandon is taking action by battling back against Bruce Jennings and Bryco Arms to ensure that other children do not share his fate.


Brandon's Arms | About Brandon

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Brandon MaxfieldBrandon's Arms | About BrandonBrandon's Arms Brandon Maxfield Brandon MaxfieldIn many ways Brandon is a typical teenager - he's short on words, likes to dye his hair, listens to music, is into video games, and loves World Federation wrestling.He's also a straight A student and dreams of studying paleontology at U.C. Davis.Like Reeves, Brandon is a quadriplegic.He has head movement only and depends on a ventilator to breathe at night.Like Reeves he uses an electric wheel chair which is controlled solely with head movements.He surfs the net using a head mouse.Like Reeves, he tries to live as normal a life as possible.He has attended a mainstream school since the accident ten years ago and is now in high school.Perhaps he is most like Reeves because he refuses to sit back and be viewed as a victim.Brandon is taking action by battling back against Bruce Jennings and Bryco Arms to ensure that other children do not share his fate.


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