Firm News

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

Pejman Ben-Cohen Wins $1 Million Verdict After $20,000 Offer

Pejman Ben-Cohen, a partner at Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley, won a $1 million verdict for his client, William Deloney, in a MIST case in which the client was rear-ended on the freeway. The defendant’s insurance carrier presented a final offer on the eve of trial of just $20,000. Working in partnership with Daniel Srourian of Srourian… Read More

Nicholas Rowley wins $10.5 Million in case against Kern High School District

We are very pleased to announce a $10.5 Million result for our client Mitch Carter.  Mitch sustained brain injuries when he was beaten at a Bakersfield High School pep rally in 2010.  He asserted that he was pressured to wear a chicken costume by school staff to mock a rival school’s football team.  He was… Read More