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Active And Resolved Cases

We’re proud of the work we do for our clients. See below to get a glimpse at some of the ongoing and resolved cases brought with the help of Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC.

ACTIVE – Mosley v. Emerson, et al. (filed July 17, 2023)

Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, is proud to represent and guide Prisha Mosley on her path to justice! As with many of our clients, Prisha not only seeks justice of her own but also files her lawsuit to help protect other young girls from the harm she suffered at the hands of the defendants in her case. Download the complaint below to read the allegations as filed. You can watch an interview about Prisha’s case here.

Prisha’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Josh Payne.

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ACTIVE – Aldaco v. Perry, et al. (filed July 21, 2023)

We are honored that Soren Aldaco chose us to represent her on her path to justice! As with many of our clients, Soren not only seeks justice of her own but also files her lawsuit to help protect other young girls from the harm she suffered at the hands of the defendants in her case. Read below to see the allegations as filed with the Tarrant County, Texas, Court. You can also read about Soren’s case here.

Soren’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Ron Miller.

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ACTIVE – Ulery v. Rafferty, et al. (filed October 20, 2023)

Layton’s case is one that we are both honored and saddened to help her bring. Representing one of the worst instances of the willful ignorance of psychological red flags by practitioners that we’ve encountered, her case reflects just how far some doctors and therapists will deviate from the standard of care when focused only on pressing their personal transgender ideologies and agendas.

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Layton’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Ron Miller.


ACTIVE – Ayala v. American Academy of Pediatrics, et al. (filed October 23, 2023)

Isabelle’s case is a groundbreaking lawsuit seeking justice from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Jason Rafferty, Dr. Michelle Forcier and others for their roles in bringing about the many injuries Isabelle suffered as a result of their collective efforts to push her down a path to harmful gender transition. You can read more about her case and the defendants, as summarized by the Daily Wire, here, or download the complaint in its entirety below.

Isabelle’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Jordan Campbell.

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ACTIVE – Stewart v. Turco, et al. (filed November 21, 2023)

Amanda Stewart is seeking to hold accountable the health care professionals she trusted but who misled her into taking testosterone for many years and having her healthy breasts, uterus, and ovaries removed. Amanda’s story is a heart-wrenching representation of the negligence and lack of proper procedure in the practice of so-called “gender-affirming care.” We are honored to represent Amanda in her fight for justice in New Hampshire.

Amanda’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Josh Payne


ACTIVE – Miller v. Identity Hormones, LLC, et al. (filed April 12, 2024)
Christopher Miller is seeking justice for injuries caused by an Arizona clinic and staff who placed him on estradiol—a potent estrogen, the primary female hormone—and a testosterone-blocking drug called spironolactone. As a result of those prescriptions, Christopher experienced significant gynecomastia, a condition of overdevelopment or enlargement of the breast tissue in men. He also developed severe pain and discomfort in his chest and suffered psychological and emotional distress. We are honored to represent Christopher as he seeks to hold his health care providers accountable.
Christopher’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Josh Payne


ACTIVE – Towe v. United States of America (filed April 24, 2024

Shawn and Karen Towe are seeking justice for their son, Corey Towe, who tragically committed suicide at the young age of 21 after being placed on estradiol and spironolactone by staff at Cherokee Health Systems in Tennessee. Because the clinic is a Federally Qualified Health Center, this action is brought as a Federal Tort Claims Act case against the United States. The team at Campbell Miller Payne and the Towe family are dedicated to honoring Corey’s memory and preventing this tragedy from happening to other families.

The Towe family’s case is led by Campbell Miller Payne, PLLC, partner, Josh Payne