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Matthew Moffett & the Closing That Drove a Defense Win at Trial Over a Fatal Crosswalk Crash |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on May 15, 2018 9:41:00 PM


Arguments over driver reaction times often play a crucial role in car accident cases. In one of CVN's most impressive defense verdicts of 2017, Matthew Moffett’s cogent closing and a focus on split-second decision-making helped carry a jury decision for a driver who struck and killed a pedestrian in a crosswalk.     

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Quynn v. Hulsey

AMFS Expert Analysis of the Testimony That Helped Key a $46M Med Mal Verdict |VIDEO|

Posted by Gary Gansar, MD, FACS, AMFS Senior Medical Director on May 2, 2018 11:24:54 AM


As part of its new partnership with American Medical Forensic Specialists, Dr. Gary Gansar analyzes testimony from Dr. Katharine Wenstrom, an expert on obstetrics, whose opinion played a key role in a nearly $46 million verdict for the family of a mother who suffered catastrophic brain damage in a post-partum collapse. The full analysis can be found at the AMFS site. You can watch extended video, along with the analysis, on CVN Essentials.

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Trabue v. Atlanta Women's Specialists LLC, AMFS

Randy Edwards Blasts Defense Testimony, Delivers $12.5M Verdict Against Suzuki in Motorcycle Crash Trial |VIDEO|

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Apr 27, 2018 7:02:59 AM


In setting up a $12.5 million verdict against Suzuki at trial last February over a crash allegedly caused by the brake failure on one of its motorcycles, Randy Edwards used a blistering closing argument, and surprising test results, to undercut a theory central to the defense’s case.Johns v. Suzuki Motor Corp., 14SV000043. 

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Johns v. Suzuki

UPDATE: Playground Dog Attack Case Ends in Weekend Settlement

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Apr 13, 2018 2:58:32 PM

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Update 4/16/18: CVN received word that the case against an Atlanta area dog owner over bites a seven-year old suffered at a children's playground has settled. Terms of any settlement were not immediately available.  CVN will provide further information as it becomes available. 


Atlanta—Trial is scheduled to begin next week against a dog owner whose German Shepherd is accused of attacking a 7-year-old girl at an Atlanta-area playground. Wright v. Cranman and Azima, 15EV000089. 

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Topics: Georgia, Wright v. Cranman

Update: Dog Bite Case Ends in Pre-Trial Settlement

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Apr 13, 2018 11:14:43 AM

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Update: CVN received word that the case has settled before trial. 

 

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To mark the launch of our best subscription plan ever, we’re offering FREE access to Wright v. Cranman, et al., an Atlanta-area dog bite case, live and on demand for the trial’s duration, to all of our CVN archive subscribers.*

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Topics: Georgia, Wright v. Cranman