|VIDEO| How Lloyd Bell's Close Dramatically Highlighted Testimony Central to a $26M Med Mal Verdict

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 20, 2018 9:02:55 AM


Even the most shocking testimony can be lost amid the sheer volume of evidence a jury sees over the course of a long trial. Delivering a powerful closing reminder of pivotal testimony is nearly as important as eliciting the testimony itself. In a 2017 Georgia medical malpractice trial, Lloyd Bell used critical inconsistencies in a key witness’s testimony to build a theme for his closing and deliver an eight-figure verdict. Williams v. St. Francis Hospital, SC14CV882. 

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Williams v. St. Francis Hospital

|VIDEO| How Michael Goldberg's Artful Opening Helped Net a $2.6M+ Verdict in Hospital Fall Case

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 13, 2018 8:56:12 AM



During opening statements, the most effective demonstratives work seamlessly with the case’s narrative to paint a vivid picture that sways a jury in the trial’s first few moments. During his compelling 20-minute opening at trial over a bone-shattering hospital fall, Michael Goldberg artfully wove his demonstratives into his story, laying the cornerstone for a seven-figure win. Byrom v. Douglas Hospital, 13-SV-00346. 

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Topics: Premises Liability, Georgia, Byrom v. Douglas Hospital

Med Mal Trial Begins Next Week Against Docs Accused of Role in Return of Woman's Breast Cancer

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 7, 2018 10:20:11 AM

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Atlanta—Trial is slated to begin next week against a pair of physicians accused of negligence that a Georgia woman says furthered the return of her breast cancer. Ross-Stubblefield v. Philips, et al., 15EV002846.

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Topics: Medical Malpractice, Georgia, Ross-Stubblefield v. Phillips, et al.

|VIDEO| Weinberg Wheeler's Johnson Delivers Close That Clears Apartment of 99% of Fault in Fatal Shooting

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Aug 30, 2018 9:02:25 AM

Premises liability cases involving a property's security often turn on whether the property owner could have reasonably done anything to make the premises safer. In a January 2018 trial over the shooting death of an apartment tenant, Weinberg Wheeler’s Mark Johnson crafted a forceful argument on that issue, helping clear the apartment of 99% of fault in the case.  Alexis v. Riverstone Residential SE, 14A52296E5.

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Topics: Premises Liability, Georgia, Alexis v. Riverstone Residential, LLCet al.

Milliken Prevails in Trial Over Deadly GA Plane Crash

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Aug 19, 2018 5:35:22 PM

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Atlanta—Jurors Friday evening cleared Milliken & Company of fault in the first wrongful death case to go to trial over a Georgia plane crash that killed five employees of a vascular practice. McCorkle, et al. v. Milliken & Company, et al., 15EV000163.

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Topics: Premises Liability, Georgia, McCorkle v. Milliken & Company