CVN cameras covered an impressive slate of Georgia's finest lawyers last year. And CVN Georgia's 2019 defense attorney honoree earned the accolade by clearing his physician clients in a pair of high-profile med mal trials.
While medical malpractice trials often focus on a battle of experts and complicated standards of care, sometimes an argument appealing to a jury's "common sense" can be the most effective way to turn a case. In a med mal trial over a patient’s blindness, Paul Weathington’s forceful close deftly keyed on expectations of treatment and follow-up care responsibilities to help clear a Georgia neurologist.
Bradley Beckworth in closings of a landmark trial trial against Johnson & Johnson over its alleged role in Oklahoma's opioid crisis. It's just one of several blockbuster trials CVN has added to its library recently. You can see this trial, and hundreds of others, gavel-to-gavel, with a CVN subscription.
Over the past few weeks, CVN has added an array of blockbuster trials to our unsurpassed courtroom video library. The newest additions include major verdicts in two traumatic brain injury trials, a landmark opioid judgment, and a pair of big defense wins in medical malpractice and premises liability cases.
Among the most interesting trials we’ve recently added:
Atlanta— Jurors Thursday cleared an Atlanta neurologist of fault in a $10 million claim over a condition that left one of his patients legally blind. Izundu v. Choi, et al., 16EV003151.