In 2018, we won landmark and precedent-setting trials. We fought hard for gender equality and consumer rights. We took on companies that sell bad drugs and dangerous medical devices, and we helped people that very badly needed our help. We made a difference for the better. Read more in our 2018 Year in Review Brochure.
Resort Employee’s Negligence caused 9-month-old to suffer third degree burns A federal court jury awarded $6,479,000 million to the family of an infant burned by hot coffee at the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa in May of 2016.The family claimed that an Omni waiter placed a pot of hot coffee within the reach of Read More
A jury awarded Dawn Kali $105,356,000, holding self-proclaimed cancer expert Robert Young responsible for fraudulently and negligently representing cancer treatments that led to her cancer’s progression. Kali had been diagnosed with Stage I breast cancer and was desperately in search of answers when she sought the care of Young of pH Miracle Living, who claimed Read More
Elham (“Ellie”) Azimy, an Orange County plaintiffs lawyer, was rear-ended by a company delivery van at a low speed. She later developed neck and back problems. She found doctors to treat her on a lien and eventually hired an attorney to represent her. She never had any surgery. The attorney recommended that she settle her Read More
Partner Jeremiah Lowe, Trial Attorney Victoria Lazar and co-counsel Norman Pokorny received a $1.7 million dollar verdict on behalf of their client 80-year-old Jim Gleboff in a personal injury auto accident case against the City of San Diego. Jim was exiting an illegally parked vehicle that was struck from behind by a City vehicle. The Read More
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Today a San Diego jury returned a $400,000 verdict in favor of our clients against a large insurance company that refused to pay on a valid claim. The jury also find that the insurance company acted in bad faith and with malice, entitling our clients to an award of punitive damages. The story began when Read More
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 2:02 p.m. The former administrator of a closed Vista charter school has been awarded $1 million for wrongful termination and other damages by a jury. Richard Alderson, the school’s executive director, brought a lawsuit against Eagles Peak Charter School after being fired in 2008. Alderson claimed he was dismissed for refusing to retaliate Read More
July 28, 2010 – A San Diego Superior Court Jury on Wednesday awarded Plaintiffs Shari and Olena Novak 10.8 million dollars in damages for injuries suffered in a car crash with a Pizza Hut delivery driver in Clairmont. Shari Novak, who was 62 when the November 2008 collision occurred, received $8.6 million for medical and Read More
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