News — Non-Economic Damages
$3.42 million Noneconomic Damages Verdict in Hidalgo County, Texas
Tuesday, March 03, 2020
In Hidalgo County, Texas, attorneys Michael Cowen and Malorie Peacock of Cowen Rodriguez and Peacock obtained a just multimillion-dollar verdict for the widow of a man who died during a trench collapse. Read more about how they obtained the verdict.
$21 Million Verdict in a Contested Motor Vehicle Case
Wednesday, June 01, 2016
Nick Rowley has done it again, this time obtaining a $21 million verdict in a contested liability motor vehicle case.
Nick’s client, Danielle Laws, was a European fitness model who had just moved to California on a work visa. Humble and soft-spoken with no family and few friends nearby, the twenty-eight-year-old had just begun to make a name for herself in the states. She had lived frugally in her tiny apartment, a small motor scooter her only means of transportation. The same scooter she was driving the day Dr. Andrew Chen struck her with his Range Rover. She had been in America for only four months.
Grief and Loss: Identifying and Proving Damages in Wrongful Death Cases
Thursday, December 02, 2010
New! Credit Damages: More Accurate Compensation
Friday, September 19, 2008
Introducing a webinar CLE recording "Credit Damages: More Accurate Compensation" featuring speakers Geog Finder.
If you are familiar with the tactics outlined in David Ball on Damages and use the information regularly, you won't want to miss this cutting edge presentation on credit damages. Credit damages is a relatively understated field of damage compensation that will help you determine and receive the full extent of damages the plaintiff suffered—far beyond simple medical bills and wage loss.
Trial Guides Releases David Ball on Damages on Audiobook CD Set
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
We are pleased to announce the release of David Ball on Damages in an Audiobook CD set.
When David Ball on Damages was first published in 2001, it changed the way attorneys seek damages. The audio CD set, also available as a book, provides step-by-step guidance for attorneys seeking money for their clients. Ball explains why jurors give, why they do not, and how to motivate them to do the former instead of the latter. He walks readers through voir dire, opening, Direct examination, and closing. In each phase of the case this set provides practical, effective, and innovative methods for pursuing damages.