- 1. Jury Awards Plaintiff $9.5 Million for Permanent Damage From Erectil
2. Calif. jury awards $49M to accident victim
Orr II couldn't stop smiling last weekend after he obtained a $9.25 million
jury verdict on Friday in favor of a man he called "the most courageous
client" he's ever had.
It's easy to understand why Orr's client, John Henry Howard, is brave --
Howard sued an Atlanta men's clinic after its erectile dysfunction therapy
caused permanent damage to Howard's penis.
"He was willing to take the stand and testify in an open courtroom about his
private life," Orr said. "God knows how many other John Henrys are out
Before and during trial, Orr settled with two of the three named defendants.
Boston Men's Health Center Inc. was the defendant hit with the verdict. The
company's counsel, Hawkins & Parnell partner Alan F. Herman, said a decision
has not been made whether to appeal or to file a motion for a new trial."
Calif. jury awards $49M to accident victim
(note this was our case that you gave your opinions on: we won!!)
"A California jury has awarded a
former college student more than $49 million in damages, after finding two
truckers and the state liable for a 2007 accident that left him severely
In May 2007, Drew Bianchi was a passenger in a car with three companions
headed for a camping trip. Two trucks collided on a perilous two-lane
mountain pass about 25 miles south of San Jose, Calif. One of the trucks
struck the car Bianchi was riding in, crushing the section of the car where
he was seated.
Bianchi, now 23, requires around-the-clock care and lives in a residential
facility near his family in Bakersfield, Calif."
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