Congratulations to Curney, Farmer, House & Osuna, PC for their trial outcome of November 7, 2016
Plaintiff filed suit naming a company driver and employer as Defendants and underwent cervical surgery, allegedly in connection with the occurrence. After an extended trial, Plaintiff demanded approximately one million dollars in damages during closing argument. After considerable deliberation, the jury returned a compensatory damages verdict of less than alleged medical expenses with nominal amounts awarded for intangible damages. Curney, Farmer, House & Osuna, PC remains committed to excellence in the areas of insurance defense litigation and trial law with active dockets throughout Texas.
Litigation and trial experience in matters including but not limited to Products Liability, First Party, Trucking, Auto, Commercial Auto, Dram Shop, Premises Liability, Breach of Contract, Boating Incidents, Fraud, Negligent Misrepresentation, Construction Defect and DTPA matters.