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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.
Michael Goldberg delivers closing arguments at trial over a 2013 crash his client, Joseph Reboulet, says led to his spinal fusion and life-long pain. Jurors Wednesday awarded $813,000 in the case.
Marietta, GA—Jurors Wednesday awarded $813,000 for the car crash a Georgia architect says led to his spinal fusion and a lifetime of pain. Reboulet v. Schlosberg, 14-A-3421-3.
Alexandra Bowen Higgins delivers her opening statement on behalf of Mark Schlosberg, who is accused of responsibility for an accident that injured Joseph Reboulet's neck and led to his spinal fusion.
Marietta, GA—Attorneys Monday sparred over the cause of a 2013 crash and the persistent pain that led to a Georgia architect’s cervical spinal fusion, as trial opened in his suit against the driver that rear-ended him. Reboulet v. Schlosberg, 14-A-3421-3.
Marietta, GA—Jury selection is set to begin Monday at trial over a Cobb County crash that allegedly left a driver with a fused spine and a six-figure medical bill. Reboulet v. Schlosberg, 14A-3421-3.