Verdicts & Settlements
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Rights of Disabled Upheld

August 30, 2016
“Our legal team was able to prove that that the defendants clearly chose aesthetics over safety, and violated the California Building Code and ADA requirements, aswell as basic common sense in the design and management of the facility.”
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Historic 9/11 Pro Bono Effort

August 30, 2016
“While the death and destruction caused by the events of 9/11 are incomprehensible, what many don’t realize is that this disaster paved the way for the most important – and largest – pro bono effort in the history of American Jurisprudence: Trial Lawyers Care, a program developed by The Association of Trial Lawyers of American (ATLA) which provided hope for hundreds of families.”
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Jury Rules in Favor of Student Injured During Vocational Class

June 27, 2007

A San Diego Superior Court jury ordered that Los Angeles-based RWM Fiberoptics Inc. pay an Oceanside resident $455,000 in damages following an injury incurred during a vocational training class.

The jury ruled in favor of Thomas Penfield’s client, a vocational class student, in the case against RWM, a vocational training school which has since closed its doors.

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