$91 Million Verdict after a 25K Offer in a Disputed Liability Case - Live Webinar

Eric Fong and Ben Wells
$91 Million Verdict after a 25K Offer in a Disputed Liability Case - Live Webinar
$91 Million Verdict after a 25K Offer in a Disputed Liability Case - Live Webinar

$91 Million Verdict after a 25K Offer in a Disputed Liability Case - Live Webinar

Eric Fong and Ben Wells
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Join us for a 90-minute free webinar as Eric Fong and his co-presenter, Ben Wells, deconstruct the challenges William Tisdale vs. Apro LLC presented, and the trial preparation and skills Eric and his team used to win. 


On November 4th, 2015 a man walked into a convenience store for a bottle of gatorade. He left with a severe TBI that caused memory and attention problems, chronic headaches, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grand mal seizures, visual disturbances, a detached retina, and tinnitus. This was a disputed liability case, and the trial was not without its unexpected challenges. The judge only allowed a 20-minute voir dire per side, and many members of the jury believed lawsuits were driven by greed and that verdicts are too high.


Despite these challenges, Eric Fong and his co-counsel, Ken McEwan and Emma Aubrey, persevered and the jury returned a verdict of $91 million, minus contributory negligence of 10 percent. Eric credits his mentors, co-counsel, and fiance with their immeasurable support in achieving this victory for his client. His mentors include Gerry Spence, Paul Luvera, Joshua Karton, Rick Friedman, Nick Rowley, and Bill Barton. 

Eric Fong is a trial lawyer with an impressive career of over 100 cases tried to a verdict. Some of his landmark cases include the creation of the constitutional right of intimate association in Washington State, where Eric protected the rights of low-income housing residents against oppressive “crime control” measures. Eric represented George Clinton, the iconic funk musician/artist in the largest copyright case in American history, and helped him keep his catalog of work. With cases ranging from Murder to white-collar crime, and medical malpractice to toxic fume cases, even fewer lawyers can match the breadth of experience in various fields of law. Eric is a frequent lecturer at the Trial Lawyers College and has held leadership positions with several well-known legal organizations.


Ben Wells has devoted over 25 years of his life to the representation of people who have been injured physically, emotionally, or financially by the negligence or malpractice of others. He has handled nearly a thousand cases in his career. Although a vast majority are injury cases, he has also represented people who have been victimized by the malpractice of professionals and others who have been injured by criminal acts such as assaults or sexual abuse.


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Join us for a 90-minute free webinar as Eric Fong and his co-presenter, Ben Wells, deconstruct the challenges William Tisdale vs. Apro LLC presented, and the trial preparation and skills Eric and his team used to win. 


On November 4th, 2015 a man walked into a convenience store for a bottle of gatorade. He left with a severe TBI that caused memory and attention problems, chronic headaches, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grand mal seizures, visual disturbances, a detached retina, and tinnitus. This was a disputed liability case, and the trial was not without its unexpected challenges. The judge only allowed a 20-minute voir dire per side, and many members of the jury believed lawsuits were driven by greed and that verdicts are too high.


Despite these challenges, Eric Fong and his co-counsel, Ken McEwan and Emma Aubrey, persevered and the jury returned a verdict of $91 million, minus contributory negligence of 10 percent. Eric credits his mentors, co-counsel, and fiance with their immeasurable support in achieving this victory for his client. His mentors include Gerry Spence, Paul Luvera, Joshua Karton, Rick Friedman, Nick Rowley, and Bill Barton. 

Eric Fong is a trial lawyer with an impressive career of over 100 cases tried to a verdict. Some of his landmark cases include the creation of the constitutional right of intimate association in Washington State, where Eric protected the rights of low-income housing residents against oppressive “crime control” measures. Eric represented George Clinton, the iconic funk musician/artist in the largest copyright case in American history, and helped him keep his catalog of work. With cases ranging from Murder to white-collar crime, and medical malpractice to toxic fume cases, even fewer lawyers can match the breadth of experience in various fields of law. Eric is a frequent lecturer at the Trial Lawyers College and has held leadership positions with several well-known legal organizations.


Ben Wells has devoted over 25 years of his life to the representation of people who have been injured physically, emotionally, or financially by the negligence or malpractice of others. He has handled nearly a thousand cases in his career. Although a vast majority are injury cases, he has also represented people who have been victimized by the malpractice of professionals and others who have been injured by criminal acts such as assaults or sexual abuse.


***By registering for this webinar, you agree to join the Trial Guides email list.***

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Eric Fong

Eric Fong

Eric is part of a dying breed of trial lawyers who tries civil and criminal cases with equal passion, sophistication, and success. Landmark cases include the creation of the constitutional right of intimate association in Washington State, where Eric protected the rights of low income housing residents against oppressive “crime control” measures. Eric represented George Clinton, the iconic funk musician/artist in the largest copyright case in ... Learn More

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