Firm News

Keith Bruno Joins Carpenter, Zuckerman, & Rowley As Partner

Carpenter, Zuckerman, & Rowley (CZR) is proud to announce that Keith Bruno has joined the firm as a partner. Keith is an extraordinary trial lawyer who tried and won his first case just one month after passing the bar in 2002.  Fifteen years and more than 150 trials later, he is still trying cases for… Read More

Attorneys Stephen McElroy and Ashley Parris Win $1.34 Million Traffic Accident Verdict Against State Farm

Attorneys Stephen McElroy and Ashley Parris of Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley recently partnered with The Law Offices of Edward Smith to represent a client who was injured in a traffic collision. The 50-year-old plaintiff, along with two of her three young daughters, was stopped at a crosswalk when she was rear-ended by a fatigued driver.… Read More

Attorney Nick Rowley Wins $6.5 Million For Client In Nightclub Assault

SAN DIEGO, August 7, 2017— Attorney Nick Rowley, partner at the law firm of Carpenter, Zuckerman, & Rowley and founder of Trial Lawyers for Justice, announces a verdict of $6.5 million for client Lisa Lopez as a result of an assault and blindness caused by negligent security and reckless conduct by shirtless bartenders at a popular San Diego nightclub… Read More

Nicholas Rowley Wins Impressive $4 Million Verdict in Iowa

Nick Rowley, a partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, obtained a nearly $4 million verdict in Iowa for his client, Cheryl Bronson, who is the aunt of Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson East. Bronson was struck by a drunk driver, who pleaded guilty to criminal DUI charges and who also admitted liability for the accident, leaving the jury to determine… Read More

John Carpenter, Partner at CZ&R, Wins $45 Million Award for Clients

John Carpenter, a partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, won $45 million in damages for the four children of a woman killed when a drunk driver crashed into a crowd at a taco truck stand in Boyle Heights. The near unanimous verdict was reached on September 2, 2016, after only an hour of deliberations. In addition… Read More