The southern California personal injury law firm of Carpenter, Zuckerman & Rowley is proud to announce that attorney Nicholas C. Rowley recently won $7,553,000 in non-economic damages for a zero-offer disputed liability case. Co-counsel Courtney Yoder, designer/technical Patrick Logan, and jury consultant Steven Halteman, all contributed to the successful case result.
As a substantial verdict for the city of El Cajon, the recent win was obtained by a 12-0 verdict. The plaintiff was a man who suffered serious penile injury in a motorcycle accident that occurred when he was 23-years-old. He was serving in the U.S. Navy at the time of his accident.
The case was complex; however, Mr. Rowley argued that the plaintiff had experienced and continues to experience significant pain, suffering, humiliation, disfigurement, and loss of enjoyment of life. There was a dispute on liability with regard to a statement made by the plaintiff in the police report in which he stated that he was going 45mph in a 30mph zone. In spite of the challenges and the fact that the case started with no settlement offer, Mr. Rowley and his legal team effectively proved that the accident victim deserved compensation for his distress.
The El Cajon motorcycle crash lawyers at Carpener, Zuckerman & Rowley are committed to ensuring that our clients obtain the full and just compensation that they need to properly recover and move on with their lives. Our extensive legal experience and knowledge lends us the leverage necessary to obtain successful jury verdicts and settlements so that negligent parties are held accountable. To learn more about how we can help you with your specific situation, call 213-514-8332 today for a free consultation.