Munsch Hardt was engaged in a complex case involving the issues of whether a public road was created by the Polk County Commissioner’s Court in 1908, whether the road still exists or was abandoned, and whether it provides access to our client’s property. The team won a jury verdict after a week long hard fought trial against defendants who were well known in the community and friends with the County Judge. The Firm obtained findings that the road was created as a public road and had never been abandoned. The client was awarded over $300,000 in attorneys’ fees. Congratulations to Cliff Harrison and Nathan Vrazel on this significant win.