Last Friday, Metairie Partner Andy Weinstock successfully completed a three day jury trial in Civil District Court in New Orleans, Louisiana. Plaintiff was a 42 year old male injured when Defendant’s truck backed into the back of his vehicle. Plaintiff’s MRIs showed a herniated disc in his neck and two in his back. Plaintiff had undergone 2 Epidural Steroid Injections and had a third scheduled for post-trial.
Plaintiff requested $1,670,000 from the jury including $23,765.60 in stipulated medical costs and $320,000 in future medical costs. The Jury returned a total verdict of $56,765.60. This is less than 4% of what Plaintiff requested.
Ultimately, the jury awarded the aforementioned $23,765.60 in past medical costs, $8,000 in past physical pain and suffering and $25,000 in future medical expenses. They declined to make any awards for past or future mental anguish, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life.
https://www.duplass.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/2017logo.png00adminhttps://www.duplass.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/2017logo.pngadmin2019-02-22 14:30:502019-08-13 10:31:40Andy Weinstock Wins Big in Civil District Court