CIVIL VERDICTS - PREMISES LIABILITY * Estate of Joan DeMarco v. The Marquis - Decedent business tenant of apartment/office complex owner murdered by former employee of defendant in violent assault during office burglary. Plaintiff's estate alleged negligent security theory of liability against defendant. Settlement negotiated with responsible insurance company in excess of One Million Two Hundred Thousand ($1,200,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. * Khaled Bakar v. Home Properties, Inc. - Plaintiff was standing on third floor balcony of friend's apartment owned by defendant, when the floor suddenly collapsed causing plaintiff to fall to ground. Plaintiff sustained fractured ribs, non-displaced tibia fracture and herniated disc, which was treated with physical therapy and multiple epidural injections. Montgomery County jury returned a verdict in the amount of Seven Hundred and Sixty Nine Thousand ($769,000.00) Dollars. Plaintiff filed Motion for Delay Damages which was granted and case was settled for Nine Hundred Thousand ($900,000.00) Dollars. * CIVIL VERDICTS - AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS * Riccardo v. Kim - Plaintiff sustained fractured cervical vertebrae at C5-6 level which required two surgeries and metal screws, arising from a two vehicle automobile accident. Out-of-court settlement negotiated with responsible insurance carriers in amount of Four Hundred Thousand ($400,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. * Estate of Robert Kane v. Joseph Falco - Decedent killed while passenger in one-car accident where intoxicated driver lost control of vehicle. Wrongful death claim settlement negotiated with responsible insurance company in the amount of Six Hundred and Sixty Thousand ($660,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. * Vinnie Moss v. Baldi Transportation/Erie Insurance Company - Plaintiff awarded Two Hundred Thirty Five Thousand ($235,000.00) Dollars by jury after trial. Defendant trucking company bankrupt and uninsured. Uninsured motorist claim settlement negotiated with plaintiff's insurance company in the amount of Two Hundred Thousand ($200,00.00) Dollars. * CIVIL VERDICTS - LIQUOR LIABILITY * Gerald & Irene Kane v. Dublin Wine and Spirits and Commonwealth of PA - Plaintiff husband and wife sustained multiple injuries in head-on collision with drunk driver. Husband-plaintiff sustained head injury resulting in brain hemorrhage and coma, with substantial recovery. Wife-plaintiff sustained broken ankle. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendants prior to trial. Husband's claim - Two Hundred Forty Thousand ($240,000.00) Dollars. Wife's claim - Ninety Thousand ($90,000.00) Dollars. (Bucks County)* Edward Pisarek v. Adriatric Club - Plaintiff police officer assaulted while on duty by intoxicated bar patron skilled in martial arts. Plaintiff sustained permanent partial hearing loss and multiple lacerations. Non-jury trial verdict in favor of plaintiff and against defendant in amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars. (Philadelphia County) CIVIL VERDICTS - PRODUCT LIABILITY* Keith Rosenberger v. Galoob Toys, Inc. - Plaintiff sustained temporary partial loss of vision in one eye with increased risk of future glaucoma, when struck in eye by defendants' children's toy, while plaintiff demonstrated newly purchased toy for child. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendants in the amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Montgomery County)* Raymond Cost v. Caterpillar, Inc. - Plaintiff sustained partial amputation of his lower leg, when his foot was crushed in an unguarded pinchpoint of rotating couplings inside engine area, while plaintiff was performing maintenance of defendant's heavy trash compactor/metal shearer. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendant in the amount of Four Hundred Seventy Five Thousand ($475,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Montgomery County)

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Indice de Veredictos Criminales Índice de Veredictos Civiles Indice de Veredictos Federales
Homicidio
Delitos de Droga
Violación y Delitos Sexuales
Agresión & Robo
Ofensas de Armas
Ofensas de Robo
Conducción bajo los efectos del Alcohol (DUI)
Responsabilidad del local
Accidente Automovilistico

Responsabilidad de Licor
Responsabilidad de Producto

CASOS DE HOMICIDIO
Commonwealth v. Cunningham
El demandado fue declaradoNO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado de homicidio por vehículo basado en la defensa de “causación​”. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Andrades
El acusado, representado por John I. McMahon, Jr., fue declarado NO CULPABLE por un jurado de Homicidio Voluntario y persona para Poseer Arma de Fuego basado en “defensa de otros” y defensas de “necesidad”. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Stufflet El acusado, fue declarado NO CULPABLE después de juicio con jurado por Asesinato de Primer Grado, Asesinato en Segundo Grado, Asesinato en Tercer Grado e Incendio basado en la defensa de “identidad”.(Condado de Berks)
Commonwealth v. Williams El acusado, representado por Brooks T. Thompson, fue declarado NO CULPABLE después del juicio por jurado por cargos de intento de asesinato, asalto agravado y delitos de armas que surjan de un apuñalamiento en una confrontación de estacionamiento. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. JonesEl acusado, fue declaradoNO CULPABLE después de un juicio con jurado de todos los cargos, incluyendo Intento Criminal-Asesinato, Asalto Agravado y Posesión del Instrumento de Crimen basado en “defensa de identificación errónea”. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Hernandez
Cargos de Solicitud y Conspiración para Cometer Asesinato en Primer Grado fueron DESPEDIDOS antes del juicio, en caso de que el acusado fuera acusado de organizar el asesinato de la víctima cuyo procesamiento alegaba que tenía mala sangre derivada de cuando el acusado y la víctima estaban en prisión antes en prisión Juntos. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Johnson
NO CULPABLE después de un juicio por jurado de Asesinato en Primer Grado,Asesinato en Tercer Grado y Homicidio Involuntario en un enjuiciamiento de un bebésacudido donde se alegó que el acusado sacudió a su bebé de diez semanas y golpeó repetidamente su cabeza contra una mesa de madera causándole la muerte. La defensa contrató a un patólogo forense y neurólogo pediátrico que apoyó la afirmación del acusado de que las lesiones al niño se infligieron antes del momento en que intentaba alimentar al bebé letárgico.(Condado de Lancaster)

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Commonwealth v.
Alicea
NO CULPABLE después ​de juicio con jurado de cargos de Intento de Asesinato, Asalto Agravado y Armas derivados de un caso de tiroteo en el que el acusado mantuvo la autodefensa. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Casey
NO CULPABLE después ​de juicio con jurado de cargos de Intento de Asesinato, Asalto Agravado y Armas derivados de un caso de tiroteo en el que el acusado mantuvo la autodefensa. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Underwood
NO CULPABLE después de juicio con jurado de Intento de asesinato, Asalto agravado y cargos relacionados derivados de disparar fuera del cine después de la película “Juice” basado en la defensa de identificación errónea. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Ransome
NO CULPABLEdespués de un juicio sin jurado de los cargos de Asesinato en Tercer Grado en un caso de apuñalamiento donde el acusado reclamó defensa propia. (Condado de Philadelphia)
Commonwealth v.
Rienzi
NO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado Asesinato en primer grado después del juicio con jurado basado en ninguna “intención específica” de matar a la defensa. (Condado de Philadelphia)
Commonwealth v.
Nelligan
NO CULPABLE después del juicio por jurado de todos los cargos de asesinato basados en la defensa “sin intención”.(Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
McDonough
NO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado por asesinato en un caso de sacudieno de bebés.(Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Davis
NO CULPABLE después de un juicio con jurado por Asesinato en Primer, Segundo y Tercer Grado por apuñalamiento / robo. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Diamond
Todos los cargos DESPEDIDOS en caso de homicidio involuntario basados en “defensa de accidente” que surge de una explosión. (Condado de Cameron)

DELITOS DE DROGA
Commonwealth v. Sanchez
Cargos de Posesión con intención de entregar (una libra de metanfetamina) DESPEDIDOS por el tribunal al concluir el caso de la Mancomunidad. El acusado fue representado por John I. McMahon, Jr. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Mayhugh
La Petición del acusado para suprimir la evidencia obtenida del teléfono celular fue
OTORGADA en base al argumento de la defensa de que la orden era demasiado amplia. Cargos de posesión con la intención de entregar heroína y tratar con ganancias ilegales RETIRADA . El acusado fue representado por Brooks T. Thompson. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. WarrenDistrict magistrate desestimó la posesión con intención de entregar cocaína
(más de diez gramos) por falta de prima facie.DESPEDIDOS. (Chester County)
Commonwealth v. Ziro Petición para suprimir donde el tribunal encontró que el oficial de policía dio dos versiones diferentes de base para la detención del vehículo en dos audiencias separadas. Posesión de cargos de heroína fue DESPEDIDA. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Bond Petición para suprimir OTORGADO donde la policía carece de “sospecha razonable” para detener al automovilista en base a una información confidencial del informante que no incluye una “base de conocimiento”. Se suprimieron los frutos de la búsqueda de vehículos (50 paquetes de heroína) y se desestimó la posesión con intención de entregar cargos. DESPEDIDA. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Basulto-Guerrero Petición para suprimir OTORGADO donde la policía carecía de “sospecha razonable” para detener aún más al automovilista después de la detención del vehículo por violación de vidrios polarizados después de una advertencia. Se suprimieron los frutos de la búsqueda de vehículos (seis libras de cocaína) y se desestimó la posesión con intención de entregar cocaína. DESPEDIDA . (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Phillip Wynn NO CULPABLE de todos los cargos, incluida la adquisición de sustancias controladas por fraude, falsificación y posesión después de un juicio sin jurado. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Giddings La Petición para suprimir del acusado se otorgó como resultado de la detención del automóvil del acusado de la policía que carecía de “sospecha razonable”. Posesión con intención de entregar cargos de cocaína (3 1/2 gramos) DESPEDIDA. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Timer Petición para anular los cargos, incluida la Posesión con intención de entregar (16 onzas) de metanfetamina y conspiración criminal fue OTORGADA . (Condado de Philadelphia)
Commonwealth v. BirdPetición para suprimir fue otorgada en base a la búsqueda ilegal de la mochila del acusado por la policía. Cargos de Posesión con intención de entregar (134 libras) de marihuana fue DESPEDIDO .(Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
McCoy
NO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado de Posesión con Intención de Entregar
cocaína (más de 12 gramos).(Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v.
Douventzidis
NO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado de Posesión con Intención de Entregar cocaína (más de 3 gramos). (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. FloydNO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado de Posesión con Intención de Entregar cocaína (más de 100 gramos). (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. VargasNO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado de Posesión con Intención de Entregar (122 libras) de marihuana en el remolque del tractor. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Waldman Pedimento para exclusión de pruebas CONCEDIDO basada en la búsqueda ilegal de vehículos por
parte de la policía. Posesión con la intención de entregar (300 libras) de marihuana. TODOS LOS CARGOS DESPEDIDOS.. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. BoggsNO CULPABLE después del juicio con jurado Posesión con intención de entregar kilogramo de cocaína. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. DavisPedimento para exclusión de pruebas CONCEDIDO basada en búsqueda ilegal de la policía.
Posesión con intención para entregar cargos de cocaína fueron DESPEDIDOS. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. Constantino Sentencia de siete a veinte años por tráfico de metanfetamina revocada por La Corte Suprema de Pennsylvania TODOS LOS CARGOS FUERON DESPEDIDOS.(Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. LundyPedimento para exclusión de pruebas CONCEDIDO basada en búsqueda ilegal de la policía.
“Ataque” no apoyador “sospecha razonable”. Posesión con intención de entregar (8
gramos) de cocaína DESPEDIDA. (Condado de Montgomery)
Commonwealth v. RozierPedimento para exclusión de pruebas CONCEDIDO basada en búsqueda ilegal de la policía.
Posesión con intención para entregar (6 gramos) de cocaína DESPEDIDA. (Condado de Montgomery)

RAPE AND SEXUAL OFFENSES
Commonwealth v. E. Hernandez
Defendant found NOT GUILTY by jury of all charges, including Aggravated Indecent Assault, Corruption of Minors, Indecent Assault and Unlawful Contact with A Minor. Client who, if convicted, faced a mandatory ten (10) year minimum jail sentence on the lead charge, was represented by Brooks T. Thompson, who handled the forensic evidence and DNA part of the defense, and John I. McMahon. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. Echeverria
All charges, which included Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse,  Aggravated Sexual Assault and Corruption of Minors DISMISSED by Court at conclusion of Commonwealth’s case.  (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. LaCombe
Defendant’s Motion to Terminate Sexual Registration and Notification “SORNA” requirements GRANTED by Judge, finding the 2019 revised statute to be punitive and unconstitutional.  (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. Mora-MartinezOur client represented by John McMahon was found NOT GUILTY after jury trial of Rape, Sexual Assault, Aggravated Indecent Assault and Indecent Assault. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. HetrickNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Rape of Minor (2 counts), Corruption of Minors (3 counts) and Indecent Assault (3) counts. (Cumberland County)
Commonwealth v. MorrisAll charges of Rape, Aggravated Indecent Assault, Unlawful Contact with Minor involving alleged sexual assault of 13 year old DISMISSED prior to trial. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. JaramilloNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Aggravated Indecent Assault. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. MartinezNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Statutory Rape, Sexual Assault and related charges. (Montgomery County)

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Commonwealth v. GordonNOT GUILTY after jury trial of multiple Rape and Child Molestation Charges. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. BalogunNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Rape and Aggravated Indecent Assault charges based on ‘consent defense’. (Bucks County)
Commonwealth v. FlaggNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Rape and Aggravated Indecent Assault charges. (Montgomery County)

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT & ROBBERY
Commonwealth v. BatesOur client represented by Brooks Thompson was found NOT GUILTY by judge of Aggravated Assault and Terroristic Threats. (Philadelphia County)
Commonwealth v. JonesDefendant, represented by John I. McMahon, Jr., found NOT GUILTY after jury trial of all charges, including Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault and Recklessly Endangering. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. ButlerDefendant, represented by Brooks T. Thompson, found NOT GUILTY of all charges after jury trial on offenses including Aggravated Assault, Robbery, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, and related charges based on incident in which victim was shot in the chest. Misdentification defense. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. DeJohnDefendant found NOT GUILTY after jury trial of Aggravted Assault and Reckless Endangering based on “self-defense” defense. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. LockmanNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Robbery, Criminal Conspiracy, and Possession of Instrument of Crime. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. CardenNOT GUILTY after non jury trial of Simple Assault, Possession Instrument of Crime and Carrying Weapon on Public Streets. (Philadelphia County)
Commonwealth v. BisignaroNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Solicitation and Criminal Conspiracy to Commit Burglary/Robbery as well as Robbery and Burglary, after a jury trial, where it was alleged that defendant “masterminded” a home invasion robbery of drug proceeds. (Montgomery County)

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Commonwealth v. TrunkNOT GUILTY after jury trial of all charges, including Aggravated Assault, Endangering Welfare of Children, Simple Assault and Recklessly Endangerment. Defense presented expert medical testimony that six week old infant’s twenty fractures were likely birth related. (Montgomery County)

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Commonwealth v. HagnerNOT GUILTYafter jury trial of all charges, including Simple Assault and Recklessly Endangerment. (Montgomery County)

WEAPONS OFFENSES
Commonwealth v. SizerMotion to Suppress granted where police did not have reasonable suspicion to search defendant for weapons, on basis of no facts supporting belief that passenger in vehicle pulled over for tinted windows violation was armed and dangerous. Person Not to Possess a Firearm charges DISMISSED. (Philadelphia County)
Commonwealth v. DancyMotion to Suppress GRANTED based on illegal police stop and search of defendant. Weapons charges DISMISSED. (Montgomery County)

THEFT OFFENSES
Commonwealth v. SpenceOur client represented by Erin Lentz-McMahon, Esquire was found NOT GUILTY by a jury of Conspiracy to Commit Theft by Deception, Access Device Fraud, and Identity Theft. (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. SmoltzeDefendant, the police chief of Temple Borough at the time, NOT GUILTY after jury trial of Theft of Movable Property and Theft by Deception, arising from allegation of theft of seized cash as police evidence. (Berks County)

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE / DUI
Commonwealth v. GuinyardNOT GUILTY after non-jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
United States v. BirchallNOT GUILTY after non-jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (first offense). (Federal Court-Eastern District of Pennsylvania)
Commonwealth v. LatonaNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. ScottNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. GuhlNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. DurkinNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (first offense). (Chester County)
Commonwealth v. HarhiNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (York County)
Commonwealth v. AntrimNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v. RhueNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Montgomery County)
Commonwealth v.
DiSandri
NOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Chester County)
Commonwealth v.
Dannaker
NOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Chester County)
Commonwealth v. PacorNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Chester County)
Commonwealth v. PorterNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Driving Under the Influence (second offense). (Carbon County)
Commonwealth v. ColemanMotion to Suppress GRANTED based on unlawful vehicle stop by police in first offense D.U.I. case. All Charges DISMISSED. (Montgomery County) 
MISCELLANEOUS
Commonwealth v. DymondNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Furnishing Alcohol to Minors, where intoxicated minor driver and two passengers were injured in automobile accident. (Wyoming County)
Commonwealth v. OkeNOT GUILTY after jury trial of all
charges, including Neglect of Care of a Dependent Person and Recklessly Endangering Another Person, where defendant nurse was accused of intentionally failing to reconnect a respirator on an elderly female patient after she repeatedly had disconnected it, causing bodily injury to the patient through prolonged oxygen deprivation. (Montgomery County)

RECENT FEDERAL VERDICTS
United States v. Malik SnellNOT GUILTY after jury trial of Possessing a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence and Intimidation of Witness, and hung jury on remaining charges of Criminal Conspiracy and Robbery (Hobbs Act).
United States v. Malik SnellHUNG JURY on all charges including Criminal Conspiracy, Robbery (Hobbs Act), Possession of a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence.

CIVIL VERDICTS – PREMISES LIABILITY
Estate of Joan DeMarco v. The MarquisDecedent business tenant of apartment/office complex owner murdered by former employee of defendant in violent assault during office burglary. Plaintiff’s estate alleged negligent security theory of liability against defendant. Settlement negotiated with responsible insurance company in excess of One Million Two Hundred Thousand ($1,200,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Montgomery County)
Kevin Bythrow v. Jenkintown Garden ApartmentsPlaintiff while visiting his friend at apartment complex was violently assaulted in parking lot of defendant’s poorly illuminated parking lot. Plaintiff sustained an orbital facial fracture which required surgery and a cerebral concussion in the assault. Settlement negotiated with self-insured defendant owner in the amount of One Hundred and Eighteen ($118,000.00) Thousand Dollars. (Montgomery County)
Khaled Bakar v.
Home Properties, Inc.
Plaintiff was standing on third floor balcony of friend’s apartment owned by defendant, when the floor suddenly collapsed causing plaintiff to fall to ground. Plaintiff sustained fractured ribs, non-displaced tibia fracture and herniated disc, which was treated with physical therapy and multiple epidural injections. Montgomery County jury returned a verdict in the amount of Seven Hundred and Sixty Nine Thousand ($769,000.00) Dollars. Plaintiff filed Motion for Delay Damages which was granted and case was settled for Nine Hundred Thousand ($900,000.00) Dollars. (Montgomery County)

CIVIL VERDICTS – AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS
Gaines v. Solid Waste Services, Inc.Plaintiff sustained herniated cervical disc at
C5-6 level which required anterior cervical decompression and fusion surgery, arising from a two vehicle automobile accident. Out-of-court settlement in the amount of Five Hundred Ninety-Five Dollars ($595,000.00) negotiated through non-binding mediation. (Philadelphia County)
Riccardo v. KimPlaintiff sustained fractured cervical vertebrae at C5-6 level which required two surgeries and metal screw,arising from a two vehicle automobile accident. Out-of-court settlement negotiated with responsible insurance carriers in amount of Four Hundred Thousand ($400,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Chester County)
Faddis v. Durett and USAA Insurance Co.Plaintiff sustained multiple herniated discs which required C4-5, C5-6 and C6-7 anterior cervical fusion surgery, arising from a two vehicle automobile accident. Out-of-court settlement in the amount of Two Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($275,000.00) with responsible insurance carriers. (Montgomery County)
Estate of Robert Kane v. Joseph FalcoDecedent killed while passenger in one-car accident where intoxicated driver lost control of vehicle. Wrongful death claim settlement negotiated with responsible insurance company in the amount of Six Hundred and Sixty Thousand ($660,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (State of Maryland)
Vinnie Moss v. Baldi Transportation/Erie Insurance CompanyPlaintiff awarded Two Hundred Thirty Five Thousand ($235,000.00) Dollars by jury after trial. Defendant trucking company bankrupt and uninsured. Uninsured motorist claim settlement negotiated with plaintiff’s insurance company in the amount of Two Hundred Thousand ($200,00.00) Dollars. (Montgomery County)

CIVIL VERDICTS – LIQUOR LIABILITY
Gerald & Irene Kane v. Dublin Wine and Spirits and Commonwealth of PAPlaintiff husband and wife sustained multiple injuries in head-on collision with drunk driver. Husband-plaintiff sustained head injury resulting in brain hemorrhage and coma, with substantial recovery. Wife-plaintiff sustained broken ankle. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendants prior to trial. Husband’s claim – Two Hundred Forty Thousand ($240,000.00) Dollars. Wife’s claim – Ninety Thousand ($90,000.00) Dollars. (Bucks County)
Edward Pisarek v. Adriatric ClubPlaintiff police officer assaulted while on duty by intoxicated bar patron skilled in martial arts. Plaintiff sustained permanent partial hearing loss and multiple lacerations. Non-jury trial verdict in favor of plaintiff and against defendant in amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars. (Philadelphia County)

CIVIL VERDICTS – PRODUCT LIABILITY
Keith Rosenberger v. Galoob Toys, Inc.Plaintiff sustained temporary partial loss of vision in one eye with increased risk of future glaucoma, when struck in eye by defendants’ children’s toy, while plaintiff demonstrated newly purchased toy for child. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendants in the amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand ($150,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Montgomery County)
Raymond Cost v. Caterpillar, Inc.Plaintiff sustained partial amputation of his lower leg, when his foot was crushed in an unguarded pinchpoint of rotating couplings inside engine area, while plaintiff was performing maintenance of defendant’s heavy trash compactor/metal shearer. Out-of-court settlement successfully negotiated against defendant in the amount of Four Hundred Seventy Five Thousand ($475,000.00) Dollars prior to trial. (Montgomery County)