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

Watch Michael Goldberg's Closing At Trial Over Spinal Damage Following Cobb County Car Crash |VIDEO|

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Nov 10, 2016 5:21:18 PM

Where multiple cars contribute to a crash, a “John Doe” driver that’s not party to a case makes an easy target for a defendant at trial to push blame to, and can be a difficult obstacle when arguing liability as a plaintiff’s attorney. In a trial over the back injuries an Atlanta-area architect claims were caused by the driver that rear-ended him, Mike Goldberg pulls from his own past to drive home the issue of defendant’s responsibility. Reboulet v. Schlosberg. 

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Topics: Court Video, Negligence, Georgia, Transportation, Reboulet v. Schlosberg

|VIDEO| Must-See Minute: Joe Fried's Closing Clip Sets Up $20M Verdict in Traumatic Brain Injury Trial

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Aug 18, 2016 11:17:20 AM

Marietta, GA--Life expectancy played a central role in last week's trial on damages for the catastrophic brain injury Ehsan Khan, 57, suffered in a 2013 tractor-trailer crash. Khan's attorneys, including Fried Rogers Goldberg's Joe Fried, sought nearly $25 million in damages, including more than $3.6 million for future medical expenses, based on Khan's life expectancy. However, attorneys for trucking firm Moore Freight Service, Inc. and driver John Teal argued damages should be reduced because the crash had significantly shortened Khan's life. 

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Topics: Court Video, Negligence, Georgia, Traumatic Brain Injury, Trucking, Khan v. Moore Freight Service Inc.

Million dollar verdict in Nikki Beach Club bar brawl trial

Posted by msch on Nov 14, 2011 9:30:00 AM

A Florida jury awarded plaintiff, David Milian just over $1 million Thursday afternoon in his suit against Miami nightspot Nikki Beach Club. Specifically, the jury awarded $150,000 for loss of earnings, $100,000 for hospital and medical bills from the past and into the future, and $800,000 for pain suffering and mental anguish.

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Topics: Court Video, Negligence, Tort, Verdict, CVN

TCW v. Gundlach Trial Results in Split Verdict

Posted by msch on Sep 20, 2011 8:53:00 AM

 TCW v. Gundlach (Los Angeles, California)

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Topics: Court Video, Intellectual Property, Trade Secrets, Commercial Law