Litigator of the Week

Vuk Vujasinovic, VB Attorneys, Houston.

Baylor Football Stadium Project Drowning Leads to $19M for Ironworker's Family

By Miriam Rozen |

The family of an ironworker who drowned in 2014 won a more than $19 million final judgment, based on a jury verdict against Austin Bridge & Road, a subcontractor that helped erect a football stadium project for Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Doctor's Homemade Model of Male Anatomy Helps Her Prevail in Negligence Case

By Miriam Rozen |

Marc Calvert remembers when he recognized that his client, family physician Lilette Daumas, would have the stamina to defend herself successfully against a negligence claim at a trial.

Kenneth Soh, Kirkland Soh LLP

Strategy in $1.45M Med Mal Verdict Involved Plaintiff's Daughter Testifying as an Expert

By Miriam Rozen |

Even though he expects the $1.45 million jury verdict he won this month for his clients to be slashed in a final judgment to about $275,000 because of statutory caps, Kenneth Soh expresses no regrets about trying a medical malpractice case in Texas.

Crossfit Muscles Through With Defense Win

By Miriam Rozen |

After a one-week trial and several hours of deliberations, Crossfit Inc. and a Houston affiliate won a 10-2 take-nothing verdict against a plaintiff who alleged he had suffered from rhabdomyolysis, a serious syndrome due to a direct or indirect muscle injury, after a complimentary introductory workout.

Brian Butcher

Dog Bite Leads to $695K Jury Verdict

By Miriam Rozen |

In a negligence case in the 415th District Court in Parker County, a jury issued this month a $695,000 verdict against the owners of a canine that bit their neighbor.

Lawyers Win $213K in Attorney Fees Representing Dad

By Miriam Rozen |

Lewis Isaacks, a partner in Plano's Gay Mccall Isaacks Gordon & Roberts, and Emily Newhouse, a Plano solo, together represented Newhouse's father, a crop insurance representative, and his company in a dispute against the owner of an insurance company.

Tom Rhodes

Knock Out: $17.47M Verdict After Recreational Boxing Matches

By Miriam Rozen |

A removed helmet ranked as the most challenging hurdle for Tom Rhodes during a trial that concluded with a jury awarding $17.47 million to his clients, including a teen who suffered head injuries after engaging in a recreational boxing event.