Learn About Our Method of Success
With billions recovered for injury victims across the country, our leading trial litigators at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP have established an undeniable tradition of success. Now, we’re sharing some insight into our winning strategy, with our new plaintiff-only live webinar series titled “How Did You Win That Case?” From engaging with jurors to presenting with emotion in the courtroom, we break down the concepts behind our biggest wins – and showcase pivotal moments in significant personal injury cases.
If you’re a trial lawyer, law school student, or simply interested in learning more about case strategy, we invite you to participate. “How Did You Win That Case?” will feature GBW attorneys who played an active role in cases, along with various guest experts in their respective fields.
Questions? Contact Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP at (866) 634-4525.
CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT FOR SEVERE INJURIES DUE TO NEGLIGENT TREE MAINTENANCE
How to Hold Public and Private Entities Accountable for Dangerous Trees on Their Property
December 10, 2020 @ 10 am PST
This case involves a local TV news reporter who suffered severe and permanent injuries when a eucalyptus tree fell on her while she reported on the aftermath of a severe storm that had passed through San Diego the previous day. Discovery revealed that the HOA knew the dangers posed by the hazardous trees on its property. This webinar will discuss how to hold public and private entities liable if it is established that the tree constituted a hazard, as well as common issues at summary judgment on tree cases including assumption of the risk. GBW trial lawyers will also discuss potential immunities that may apply in cases against government entities.
Presenters: GBW’s Ivan Puchalt and Scott Carr
CONFIDENTIAL MID-TRIAL SETTLEMENT FOR SKYLIGHT FALL INJURY
How to Litigate Cases Involving Unguarded Skylights and Worksite Injuries
January 21, 2021 @ 10 am PST
GBW's trial team represented a worker who fell more than 30 feet through a skylight on the roof of a mattress warehouse. The plaintiff suffered a traumatic brain injury and severe orthopedic injuries. The case went to trial and settled shortly before a verdict. Attorneys argued the defendants negligently maintained a skylight on its property by failing to install a metal safety cage that could have prevented the plaintiff from falling through the skylight. This webinar will offer insight into litigating cases involving unprotected skylights and how this safety lapse presents an unreasonable and foreseeable danger to workers. Also, the webinar will offer insight on how to navigate the ins and outs of the Privette line of cases in worksite injury claims.
Presenters: GBW’s Bruce Broillet and Alan Van Gelder
$3.5M SETTLEMENT FOR PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY SCHOOL BUS
How to Hold a School District Responsible for School Bus Related Injuries
February 11, 2021 @ 10 AM PST
GBW attorneys represented a 61-year-old woman who suffered debilitating injuries after being struck by a school bus in a marked crosswalk. While in the course and scope of her job, the bus driver failed to yield to a pedestrian who had the right of way while crossing the street. The driver attempted to make a left-hand turn at an intersection when she struck the plaintiff causing permanent injuries. The plaintiff suffered severe facial lacerations, extensive orthopedic injuries that required multiple surgeries as well as emotional distress and depression. This webinar will cover tactics on suing a school district and an overview of California Vehicle Code 21950 CVC.
Presenters: GBW’s Geoff Wells and Christian Nickerson
$4 MILLION WRONGFUL DEATH SETTLEMENT INVOLVING UNSAFE PARTY BUS
How to Litigate Against Limo / Party Bus Companies for Injuries caused by Negligent Vehicle Maintenance
March 11, 2021 @ 10 AM PST
GBW attorneys represented the parents of a young man who was ejected and killed after he fell out of a negligently maintained door on a party bus and into traffic while traveling on the 101 Freeway near Studio City, CA. The high-profile case exposed the gaps in enforcement of safety regulations for limo companies that operate these types of vehicles. The CHP had cited the owners of the party bus for safety violations five months before the incident but the defendant continued to operate the vehicle without making repairs.
Presenters: GBW’s Christine Spagnoli and Christian Nickerson
$8 MILLION VERDICT - JAFA-BODDEN V. BIKRAM CHOUDHURY
Jafa-Bodden vs. Bikram Choudhury unveiled rampant sexual harassment and misconduct effectuated by yoga guru Bikram Choudhury against women in the workplace, including claims for retaliation, wrongful termination and sexual harassment by the plaintiff who attempted to investigate and stop Mr. Choudhury’s illegal conduct. This webinar will offer a comprehensive overview of workplace sexual harassment laws in the wake of #MeToo.
Presenters: GBW’s Mark Quigley, Aaron Osten and Carla Minnard of the Minnard Law Firm
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