On November 20, 2018, Malcolm Futhey obtained a $3 million jury verdict for his client John Falls against Hanover American Insurance Company. John Falls is the lead singer of the hard-rock band Egypt Central. He was renting Studio B at the Tattooed Millionaire studio (formerly the House of Blues) in Memphis, Tennessee, when an arson occurred in November 2015. John Falls had his own individual insurance policy for the equipment in Studio B and for any lost income. Although the studios were chocked full of equipment and had been very successful, the studio’s owner (not Falls) submitted some false documents to the insurer. The insurance company denied the claims of John Falls as well as the owner and another tenant renting Studio C, each of which had their own individual policy. Hanover filed a lawsuit seeking to recover insurance benefits already paid and to impose an injunction against all three. John Falls filed a counterclaim to recover the remaining $2.75 million owed under his insurance policy. The lawsuit went to trial in November 2018. The jury found that John Falls had not committed any insurance fraud and that he was entitled to recover $2.75 million in insurance benefits and retain the $250,000 he had received earlier. Hanover American Insurance Company v. Tattooed Millionaire Entertainment, LLC, No. 2:16-cv-02817-JPM-tmp (W.D. Tenn. Nov. 20, 2018).