CFHO Successfully Defends Bartender Defendant in Two-Week Dallas County Trial
Margie Greving, Sara Greving and April Greving v. Neon Trout, Inc. d/b/a The Oasis at Joe Pool Lake and Kyle Schreiber and Robert Omondi ; In the 44th Judicial District Court; Dallas County, Texas
Client’s attorney withdrew during 1st day of written voir dire. Our firm took over representation of bartender defendant Omondi and prepared for the 2-week trial concurrent with its occurrence. The Bar was non-suited on 1st day of live trial leaving only bartender and drunk driver as defendants. Plaintiff Margie Greving alleged various injuries including a broken leg, head lacerations, dizziness, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. Plaintiff Sara Greving alleged multiple orthopedic injuries, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. Plaintiff April Greving alleged skull and facial fractures, a debilitating brain injury, alleged paralysis, multiple orthopedic injuries, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. Plaintiffs also claimed exemplary damages. The jury found that Defendant Omondi was not negligent for the accident in question, thereby placing all blame upon Co-Defendant drunk driver, Kyle Schreiber. Plaintiff sought $28,000,000 at time of trial. No negligence as to Bartender Defendant Robert Omondi. Congratulations to John Curney and Edward Osuna.