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Attorneys Argue Blame Over Devastating GA Truck Crash, as Trial Opens

Posted by Arlin Crisco on May 9, 2019 1:54:54 PM

 

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Dalton, GA— Attorneys Tuesday debated who caused the 2016 crash that catastrophically injured a Georgia man’s legs, as trial began against a freight company and a pickup truck driver involved in the accident. Monroe v. Lane's Equipment Rental, et al., 16-CI-00833. 

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Trucking, Monroe v. Lane's Equipment Rental, Inc., et al.

Trial to Open Over Rainy Day Crash That Cost Man His Leg

Posted by Arlin Crisco on May 6, 2019 9:34:09 AM

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Dalton, GA— Openings are expected early this week at trial against a tractor-trailer owner and a pickup driver over a rainy day, Georgia crash that cost a man his leg. Monroe v. Lane’s Equipment Rental, et al., 16-CI-833-J.

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Trucking, Monroe v. Lane's Equipment Rental, Inc., et al.

|VIDEO| What Joe Fried Showed Jurors in Closings Helped Deliver Eight-Figure Verdict in TBI Trial

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Mar 1, 2019 2:25:47 PM

 

  

 


One of the most effective ways to highlight a defendant’s alleged negligence is to walk jurors through a simple alternative that could have avoided the accident. During closings of a traumatic brain injury trial, Joe Fried vividly demonstrated such a hypothetical alternative and helped seal an eight-figure verdict in the case.    

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Topics: Georgia, Transportation, Johnson v. MARTA

|BREAKING| Mistrial in $46M+ Case Against 2 Bars Over Crash That Left Woman With Severe Brain Damage

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 27, 2019 2:27:29 PM

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Tallahassee, FL—A Florida state court judge Wednesday declared a mistrial in a case against two Tallahassee-area bars over the devastating brain injury a Florida woman suffered in a late night hit-and-run, after jurors declared themselves hopelessly deadlocked. Faircloth v. Cantina Tallahassee, LLC, et al., 2015-CA-002778. 

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Faircloth v. Cantina Tallahassee LLC

$31M+ Trial Opens Against 2 Florida Bars Over Crash That Left Woman With Catastrophic Brain Damage

Posted by Arlin Crisco on Feb 20, 2019 7:15:52 PM

Mark Avera delivers his opening statement at trial against two Tallahassee bars for the catastrophic brain damage Jacquelyn Faircloth suffered in a 2014 crash.  


Tallahassee, FL— Attorneys Monday argued over the role alcohol played in a late-night crash that left an 18-year-old Florida woman with catastrophic brain damage, as trial opened against two bars that served a pair of underage drinkers. Faircloth v. Cantina Tallahassee, LLC, et al., 2015-CA-002778.    

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Topics: Florida, Transportation, Faircloth v. Cantina Tallahassee LLC