“That was something that would give any trial lawyer pause,” said plaintiff counsel Raul E. Garcia Jr. of Rubenstein Law in Miami.
April 24, 2023 at 03:01 PM
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What You Need to Know
- A Miami judge denied all appeals paving the way for plaintiff’s $20-million dollar award
- The controversial Fabre Doctrine played a pivotal role in the case
- Plaintiffs attorney share tactics in convincing jury to award such a large amount
The case of a 15-year old school boy crushed by a wall in 2015 crossed a final hurdle when a judge denied a set-off motion and all appeals to pave the way in securing his $20-million award.
The jury verdict in the commercial premises liability case also made news last week, as one of the top 10 highest monetary jury verdicts in Florida for 2022.
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