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Big Rig Rollover Trial Set to Start Against Companies Trucker Blames for His Paralysis

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Mar 6, 2020 11:38:57 AM

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Lawrenceville, GA— Trial is scheduled to begin next week against makers of a tractor-trailer seat and seat belt involved in a 2015 rollover crash that paralyzed a trucker. Hill v. Indiana Mills & Manufacturing, Inc., et al., 17-C-07188-S1.

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Trucking, Hill v. Indiana Mills & Manufacturing Inc., et al.

|VIDEO| How Joseph Wilson's Riveting Opening Set Up $584K Verdict in Armored Truck Crash Trial

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 28, 2020 3:28:42 PM


A powerful opening narrative about a plaintiff’s life and the magnitude of her loss often lays the crucial foundation for an effective damage claim. At a damages-only trial over an armored truck crash that shattered a Georgia woman’s arm, Joseph Wilson’s riveting opening about the wreck's lasting impact led to a six-figure verdict. 

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Hall v. Hollis, et al.

Florida Jury Awards $160K to Woman for Crash She Says Caused Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 28, 2020 2:08:01 PM

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Ocala, FL— Jurors awarded a Florida woman $160,000 Wednesday at a damages trial over the two-car crash she says left her with a traumatic brain injury. Griffis v. Green, et al., 2014CA001726.

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Griffis v. Green

|VIDEO| How Arash Homampour's Rebuttal Helped Swing Verdict in Trial Over Crash That Paralyzed Cyclist

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Feb 28, 2020 12:26:20 PM


As the last words a jury hears before it enters deliberations, rebuttal closings are critical for plaintiff's attorneys. A powerful rebuttal not only blunts the most important points of a defense’s closing, but it puts an exclamation point on the plaintiff's case. At trial over a crash that paralyzed a bicyclist, Arash Homampour’s rebuttal helped key a liability verdict against the City of San Diego. 

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Topics: Transportation, California, Vinolo v. City of San Diego

Car Crash Left Florida Dance Instructor With Traumatic Brain Injury, Atty Says as Trial Opens

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 20, 2020 1:38:00 PM

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Ocala, FL— A two-car crash left a Florida dance instructor with brain damage that has hamstrung her life, an attorney for the woman told jurors as a trial over her damages opened Tuesday.  Griffis v. Green, et al., 2014CA001726.

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Griffis v. Green