CVN Launches Free Feature Trial Access with $72M+ Case Over Apartment's Gas Line Explosion

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Apr 5, 2019 1:48:30 PM

Key minutes of Pete Law's closing arguments at trial over an apartment explosion that burned more than half of a man's body. Watch the full trial on demand for a limited time, with a free CVN account. 

CVN is proud to introduce an exciting new feature: on-demand access to an editor-selected trial from our unrivaled video archive is now included with all of our FREE CVN accounts.

It’s part of our mission to open the courtroom doors to the public and better educate members of the legal profession, as well as allow you to sample our one-of-a-kind trial library. Simply register for a free CVN account, and you’ll get on-demand access to a trial selected by our expert editorial staff.

We’re kicking off our new feature with gavel-to-gavel access to Wells v. Aslan Commons, a blockbuster premises liability case that yielded a $72+ million total verdict at trial against a Georgia apartment complex for the gas line explosion that burned over half of a tenant’s body.

The 2015 Atlanta trial, featuring Law & Moran’s Pete Law, centered on claims the apartment complex failed to properly cap the gas line to the unit, leading to a catastrophic buildup of gas that ultimately exploded. The verdict, which found the complex 100% at fault, included $47.9 million in punitives and more than $7 million in attorney fees.

Watch the trial simply by signing in to your CVN account. If you don’t already have an account, signing up is FREE and easy by heading over to our Registration Page. In moments, you’ll have full access to the trial.

Wells v. Aslan Commons is just one of hundreds of high-stakes trials CVN has covered, featuring the best attorneys across the country. Our Video Library subscribers receive full, on-demand access to our ever-growing online archive for as little as $99/ month. But now all of our CVN members can enjoy free Feature Trial access.

Sign Up and Watch Wells v. Aslan Commons for FREE today.

Topics: Feature Trial