- Jose Salvador Garza v. Wawona Packing.
Wawona Packing Company has agreed to pay one of its former employees $4.5 million to settle a lawsuit over serious
injuries he received from a car crash. $4.5 million.
- The City of Los Angeles.
Plaintiff was beaten by officers from the Los Angeles Police Department. The beating was captured on video tape and
received National and International media attention. We obtained a verdict for the Plaintiff, for $3.8
- Confidential Statement.
A Major tire manufacturer settled this matter involving a wrongful death as a result of a failed tire. The case
settled for $2.897 million.
- 84-year-old cancer survivor v. Stolyarov
84-year-old cancer survivor taken advantage through an overt Ponzi-scheme. Defendants preyed on the age and
fragility of our client by borrowing over $1,000,000 in hopes to never repay the promissory notes.
- “Mom-and-pop” business v. Techson
A “mom-and-pop” business, was cheated out of a contract and forced out of business.
- Antonio Cruz v. Joel Ramirez
Defendants were operators of a for- profit rodeo where they had novice bull riders, such as Mr. Cruz, participate in bull riding. Defendants increased the risk involved in bull riding by failing to provide safety equipment and/or training such as mandating helmets and vests, positioning the bull in the wrong direction and opening the chute the wrong way. As a proximate result, Mr. Cruz was dragged and thrown by the bull resulting in severe catastrophic brain injuries and orthopedic damages
- Homeowner v. Nationwide Private
Plaintiffs own a three story 14,000 sq. ft. mansion in Beverly Hills worth approximately $50,000,000 that suffered extensive water damage when a pressurized pipe located in the 3rd floor laundry room burst, causing water to flow down all the way to the 1st floor. The water became trapped under the travertine floors on the 2nd and 3rd floor, incapable of being dried down. The house was custom built by a developer, leaving no stones unturned. The travertine floors were custom designed with beveled edges and the affected walls were made of beautiful venetian plaster. While a very close travertine floor was found to match the existing floors, it was impossible to blend the new tiles to the existing tiles without disturbing and affecting the reasonable uniform appearance. Insured’s demand to settle the claim to replace the floors.