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Jury Delivers Defense Verdict at Trial Over Parking Lot Crash

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Dec 21, 2021 11:17:30 AM

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Daytona Beach, FL— A Florida state court jury Friday rejected a woman’s claim that a 2016 parking lot accident left her with long-term back and shoulder injuries. Stenson v. Bogle, et al., 2018-31051-CICI. 

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Stenson v. Bogle, et al.

CVN's Top 10 Most Impressive Defense Verdicts of 2021

Posted by David Siegel on Dec 20, 2021 1:52:04 PM

As a companion to our recently released list of most impressive plaintiff verdicts of 2021, Courtroom View Network is excited to present our picks for the top 10 most impressive defense verdicts we covered over the last year.

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Topics: Negligence, Products Liability, Florida, Georgia

Jury Finds FL Company Responsible for Break That Left 9,000+ Businesses Without Water

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Dec 16, 2021 5:00:12 PM

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Fort Lauderdale, FL— A Florida state court jury Monday found a construction company largely liable for a critical water main break that left more than 9,000 Fort Lauderdale-area businesses without water for days. Las Olas Co., Inc., et al. v. Florida Communications Concepts, CACE19019911. 

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Topics: Las Olas v. FPL

Trial Opens Over Parking Lot Crash Florida Woman Claims Injured Her Back & Shoulder

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Dec 15, 2021 1:34:18 PM

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Daytona Beach, FL— Trial opened Tuesday over a 2016 parking lot crash that a Florida woman says left her with long-standing back and shoulder injuries.

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Stenson v. Bogle, et al.

CVN’s Top 10 Most Impressive Plaintiff Verdicts of 2021

Posted by David Siegel on Dec 14, 2021 2:37:00 PM

After a pause of nearly a year or more, civil trials finally restarted in 2021 following the pandemic shutdown that scuttled court dockets and canceled trial dates nationwide. That means Courtroom View Network’s gavel-to-gavel trial video coverage resumed, too.

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Topics: Negligence, Products Liability, Florida, Georgia, automotive, California