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Alwyn Fredericks' Opening Statement Paves Way for $3.5M Verdict in TBI Trial |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Aug 4, 2017 7:38:30 AM

In mild traumatic brain injury cases, jurors may not be able to see the outward symptoms of a plaintiff's brain damage immediately. Because of that, it’s critical for a plaintiff’s attorney to lay the groundwork for a significant damage request by conveying the severity of the injury in the first moments of an opening statement. In Wicker v. American Family Insurance, Cash, Krugler & Fredericks’ Alwyn Fredericks combined visual aids and clear analogies during his opening to set up a seven-figure verdict in his client’s 2015 trial.

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Topics: Court Video, Georgia, Transportation, Wicker v. American Family Insurance, Traumatic Brain Injury

Curtis Anderson's Opening Statement Helps Clear Wellstar & Jailhouse Dr. in $30M Med Mal Trial |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jul 27, 2017 9:00:00 PM


In a medical malpractice trial, a defense attorney often faces a difficult hurdle convincing jurors to look beyond the tragic, emotionally-charged circumstances surrounding a case in order to evaluate a doctor's care. In Graham v. Hendrix, Downey & Cleveland’s W. Curtis Anderson delivered an opening that keyed a defense win in an 8-figure suit against Wellstar Health System and one of its physicians.

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Graham v. Hendrix

Watch Willie Gary’s Rousing Opening Pave the Way for $3M Verdict in Fatal Bike Crash Trial |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jul 5, 2017 2:27:07 PM

Willie Gary is renowned for his electric openings that pull jurors to the edge of their seats, and his opening statement in last month’s wrongful death trial over a physician that crashed into the back of a landscaping truck followed that standard, setting up a seven-figure verdict.

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Donley v. E&S Landscaping

After $20.5M Verdict in Sleep Center Death Case, Emory Sues Contractor | Court Wire

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jun 1, 2017 6:18:45 PM

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Almost two years after being smacked with the lion’s share of a $20.5 million verdict for the death of a patient at one of its sleep centers, Emory University is suing the contractor that was responsible for running the facility, according to an article published in theDaily Report.

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Topics: Georgia, Lewis v. Emory Clinic

Guest Analysis: 10 Key Scientific Takeaways From Recent $110M Talc Powder Verdict

Posted by Courtroom View Network on May 12, 2017 12:24:58 PM

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Topics: Products Liability