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Nick Rowley Featured As Attorney Of The Month

Nick Rowley was featured this month on the cover of Attorney at Law Magazine as the featured attorney of the month.  The piece includes an interview with Rowley talking about everything from his life growing up to law school to becoming one of the best personal injury trial lawyers in the country. To view the… Read More

Nick Rowley Featured As Thought Leader In Lawyer Monthly

Nick Rowley, founder of T rial Lawyers for Justice and partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman, & Rowley, was featured as a thought leader in the personal injury section of the latest edition of Lawyer Monthly. In the article, Rowley talks about how he fights for his clients and gets to know them on a personal level. … Read More

Nick Rowley Wins $10 Million Verdict In Wrongful Death Case

Dubuque, September 20, 2017— Trial Lawyer Nick Rowley, founder of Trial Lawyers for Justice and partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, and his trial team Rodney Ritner, Dominic Pechota, and Grayson Yoder, recently won a $10 million non-economic damages verdict on behalf of clients Joanne and Mitchell Pellock against Mississippi Valley Anesthesiology, P.C.  The corporation and its insurance… Read More

Pej Ben-Cohen and Steve McElroy From Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley Win $10.5 Million Verdict in Car Accident Trial

LOS ANGELES—Trial lawyers Pej Ben-Cohen and Steve McElroy from Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley recently won a $10.5 million verdict (with interest) on behalf of a plaintiff who was injured in a car accident in 2012. The plaintiff was rear-ended by the defendant, who was texting a friend at the time of the collision and claimed… Read More

Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley Partner Pej Ben-Cohen Wins $2.6 Million Verdict in Car Accident Trial

LOS ANGELES—Pej Ben-Cohen, trial lawyer and partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, along with co-counsel Margarit Mardirosian, recently won a $2.6 million verdict on behalf of a plaintiff who was injured in a car accident in 2014. The plaintiff was rear-ended by the defendant, and although she was not in pain immediately following the accident,… Read More