$7M Verdict Awarded to Injured Cyclist in Air Force Academy Sinkhole Case
February 13, 2019
The Tenth Circuit court affirmed a $7 million bench verdict awarded to a bicyclist who suffered a traumatic brain injury when he hit a sinkhole on a U.S. Air Force Academy bike path. The court held that the sinkhole was obvious enough and that defendants actually knew the sinkhole was dangerous and likely to cause harm. You can read the Law360 article here...
Plaintiffs’ $50m MedMal Verdict Survives as Defendants’ Request for New Trial is Denied
February 11, 2019
A Chicago judge refused the defendant’s request for a new trial in a simple decision finding no issues with the court’s rulings during the underlying trial. The denial of defendant’s motion for a new trial affirms the jury’s $50 million verdict against NorthShore University for medical malpractice. You can read the Law360 article here...
Truck Driver Wins $2M In Trial Over Highway Rear-Ending
February 05, 2019
Defendants’ settlement offer of $125,000 rebuffed resulting in $1.92 million verdict awarded in tractor-trailer accident. A Texas jury awarded almost $2 million to a truck driver struck by a tractor-trailer while his truck was parked on the side of the road. Plaintiff suffered injuries to his shoulder and back which ultimately resulted in surgery. . You can read the Law360 article here...
Case Against Expert Doctor for Refusal to Give Testimony Denied by the Courts
February 05, 2019
A New Jersey appeals court refused to revive a lawsuit brought against a doctor who would not testify at his personal injury trial. Plaintiff’s action resulted when he settled his underlying lawsuit for less than he felt entitled to due to the fact that his doctor, the defendant, refused to testify at trial. The court found that there was no testimony to support plaintiff’s claim that...
NYC Housing Authority Must Face Lead Poisoning Suit
February 01, 2019
A New York appellate court reversed a trial court’s dismissal of a child’s lead poisoning suit against the New York City Housing Authority. Testing done in the plaintiff’s apartment relied upon in NYCHA’s motion was done three years after the child’s lead levels were first detected and therefore not probative in deciding summary judgement. The reversal of the trial courts...
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