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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

BNSF’s Railroad Tracks And City's Potholes Blamed At Trial For Fatal Motorcycle Accident

Posted by David Siegel on Jul 27, 2017 1:47:36 PM

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Topics: Transportation, California

Nissan Hit With $25M Verdict Over Brake Failure That Caused Fatal Collision

Posted by David Siegel on Jul 26, 2017 11:29:40 AM

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Topics: Products Liability, Transportation, automotive, California

Ford Cleared at Trial Over Airbag Deployment in Deadly Crash

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Jul 20, 2017 3:27:59 PM

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July 21, 2017 Update: This article has been updated to include a statement from Ramon Llera's attorneys. 

West Palm Beach, FL—Ford Motor Co. and the airbags in its 2003 Mustang were not responsible for a South Florida crash that killed a 20-year old, jurors found Tuesday in trial against the auto giant. Llera v. Ford Motor Co., 2005CA001924.

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Topics: Products Liability, Florida, Transportation, Llera v. Ford Motor Co.

Ford on Trial as Attys Argue Whether Defective Airbags Or Drunk Driving Caused Fatal Florida Crash

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Jul 12, 2017 1:08:47 PM

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West Palm Beach, FL—Attorneys debated whether defective airbags or reckless driving led to an early morning, single-car crash that killed two people, as Ford Motor Co. faced trial over one of the deaths Tuesday.Llera v. Ford Motor Co., 2005CA001924.

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Topics: Products Liability, Florida, Transportation, Llera v. Ford Motor Co.