BREAKING: $23.7M Awarded To Motorcyclist Injured In Collision With Truck Following LA’s 1st Post-Shutdown Live Civil Trial

Posted by David Siegel on Feb 10, 2021 2:49:19 PM

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Topics: Negligence, Transportation, automotive, California

CVN Webinar: Analyzing Historic $123M "Duck Boat" Jury Verdict w/ Top Trial Pros

Posted by David Siegel on Feb 1, 2021 11:29:47 AM

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Topics: Products Liability, Transportation

|VIDEO| The Francis McDonald Closing That Cleared Ford in Airbag-Related Crash Case

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Nov 16, 2020 2:43:22 PM

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Topics: Products Liability, Florida, Transportation, Llera v. Ford Motor Co.

|VIDEO| How Mark Avera's Closing Set Up $9M Verdict in Domino's Pizza Crash Case

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Oct 9, 2020 11:50:42 AM

Establishing a franchisor's right of control over a franchisee is crucial to proving vicarious liability in a personal injury case. And at trial over a retired fire chief’s fatal crash with a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver, Mark Avera adeptly countered a defense argument on the purpose behind the pizza giant's franchise restrictions to prove that right of control and win a 7-figure verdict. 

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Wiederhold v. Domino's Pizza

|Video| Bringing the Heat: How Joseph Wilson Won a $584K Verdict in an Armored Truck Crash Case

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Sep 3, 2020 2:12:39 PM

Joseph Wilson, of JL Wilson Trial Law, contends Loomis Armored delayed in admitting responsibility for the armored truck crash that fractured Kirche Hall's arm.

This is part of CVN's Trial Stories, spotlighting top lawyers and their standout trials.

“This is a case about a young woman who has a caregiver’s heart, but no longer has a caregiver’s future,” Joseph Wilson told jurors as trial opened over the armored truck crash that shattered a Georgia woman’s arm. 

It was a theme intended to resonate with jurors as they saw Kirche Hall, whose injury ended her career as a certified nursing assistant. But it also set up a larger contrast Wilson framed for the jury: the empathetic caregiver v. the evasive corporation. And that approach secured a $584,000 verdict in the type of case — because Hall had largely recovered from her injury — that carried the possibility of a much lower award.

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Trucking, CVN Trial Stories