Opposition to Motion to Dismiss Filed in Riddell Defective Helmet Suit
July 18, 2019
Plaintiff in a case pending in Texas alleging defects in a Riddell football helmet caused brain damage in a high school suicide victim has argued that the suit does not violate the statute of limitations. Defendant argued that the complaint was filed over a month late, but the plaintiff claims that the statute of limitations was tolled in connection with a class action filed in Illinois. ...
Johnson & Johnson Faces $1 Billion Trial in California over Pelvic Mesh
July 18, 2019
The California Attorney General’s office has pushed its lawsuit alleging Johnson & Johnson falsely marketed its pelvic mesh to trial. The complaint alleges that Johnson & Johnson intentionally concealed that its mesh devices could cause heath risks in patients. The state is seeking nearly a billion dollars in penalties. A successful verdict for the plaintiff could encourage other...
Bicyclist Wins Record $110M Verdict Against NYC Transit Authority
April 11, 2019
A Brooklyn Jury’s award of $110 million to a bicyclist injured from the negligence of the New York City Transit Authority is the largest single-plaintiff, non-medical malpractice verdict in New York State. The plaintiff, 23 years old at the time of the accident, suffered severe injuries to his spinal cord resulting in paralysis when a 10 foot rail tie dislodged during a NYCTA track...
Family Awarded $6.5M After Baby Severely Burned at Resort
March 21, 2019
A California Jury has awarded over $6 Million to infant and her family when the child suffered severe burns at a California Resort. The jury found the Resort almost completely liable when one of its waiters left a carafe of coffee within the infants reach. You can read the Law360 article here...
Walmart Shopper Awarded $17M By Jury In Shoplifter Collision Suit
March 06, 2019
A West Virginia jury awarded approximately $17 million to a woman injured at a Walmart store. The jury found the Walmart store 30 percent liable for failing to maintain their premises in a safe condition while staff was in the process of detaining a shoplifter. You can read the Law360 article here...
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