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Atlanta Jury Awards $200K to Driver Injured in Tractor-Trailer Wreck

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Oct 19, 2018 3:03:25 PM

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Atlanta—Jurors Wednesday awarded $200,000 to a Georgia woman for injuries she suffered in a 2013 crash with a tractor trailer. Akhundov v. Ramos and Unimex Logistics, LLC., 15EV003047.

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Topics: Akhundov v. Ramos, Trucking, Georgia

|VIDEO| AMFS Expert Commentary on Testimony Key to Defense Win in GA Med Mal Trial Over Vacuum-Assisted Delivery

Posted by Gary Gansar, MD, FACS, AMFS Senior Medical Director on Oct 3, 2018 9:47:04 AM

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Topics: Cantrell v. Moore, AMFS, Georgia

GA Appeals Court Throws Out Verdict in Med Mal Trial Over Back-Breaking Fall From Deer Stand

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 28, 2018 2:09:23 PM

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Atlanta—Georgia's Court of Appeals this week threw out a defense verdict in a 2015 medical malpractice trial against a doctor blamed for a hunter’s back-breaking fall from a deer stand. Berryhill v. Daly, STCV1102180. 

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Topics: Berryhill v. Daly, Medical Malpractice, Georgia

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

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