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RWJA NEWSLETTERS

This page provides a chronological listing of our newsletters. To read our newsletters, you will need to have Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free by clicking here.

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PDF iconNewsletter, October 2014
Mesothelioma Trial Results in $13.2 Million Award, Including $6 Million in Punitive Damages for Retired San Francisco Electrician. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 1st Quarter - 2nd Quarter 2013
A Baltimore City Jury Awards Family $55 Million in Medical Malpractice Suit
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PDF iconNewsletter, 2012 Year-End
Los Angeles Jury Awards $200 Million In Punitive Damages For Secondhand Asbestos Exposure
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PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter - 4th Quarter 2009
Los Angeles Jury Awards $9.2 Million, Including $6 Million in Punitive Damages, to Living Cancer Victim
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PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter - 4th Quarter 2008
Los Angeles Jury Awards 76-year-Old Refinery Worker $14.876 Million for Asbestos Exposure
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PDF iconNewsletter, 1st Quarter - 2nd Quarter 2008
Retired LAPD Motorcycle Officer Awarded $15.7 Million in Injury Case
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PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter - 4th Quarter 2007
Business Law Firm Secures a $96 Million Verdict in Medical Malpractice Case
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PDF iconNewsletter, 1st Quarter - 2nd Quarter 2007
Las Vegas Jury Awards Over $30 Million to Victims in Single Rollover Motor Vehicle Accident
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PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2006
Jury Awards a $10.5 Million Verdict for Construction Superintendent Who Slipped into an Unguarded Elevator Pit
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PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter 2006
Economist's Testimony Aids Jury in Awarding $10.3 Million for Asbestos Exposed Retiree
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PDF iconNewsletter, 1st Quarter 2006
British Woman Awarded $18 Million in Crosswalk Accident
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PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2005
Former Utility Worker Awarded $9 Million for Pinole Railroad Crash.
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PDF iconNewsletter, 2nd Quarter 2005 - 3rd Quarter 2005
Economist Quantifies and Life Activity Calendar Supports Unemployed Amputee's Damages.
Jury Verdict: $22 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 1st Quarter 2005
San Francisco County Jury Awards Orthopedic Resident Struck by Falling Board.
Jury Verdict: $5.4 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2004
Economist's Testimony Assists Redwood City Jury in Awarding in Wrongful Death of Laborer.
Jury Verdict: $6.8 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter 2004
Economist's Testimony Assists Brooklyn Jury in Awarding Punitive Damages to Widow of Long-Time Smoker Who Died of Lung Cancer.
Jury Verdict: $20 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 2nd Quarter 2004
Economist's Testimony Assists Los Angeles Jury in Decision for Severely Burned Heavy Machine Operator.
Jury Verdict: $58 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2003 - 1st Quarter 2004
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury in Award for 9-year-old Boy.
Jury Verdict: $70.9 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 2nd Quarter 2003 - 3rd Quarter 2003
Economist's Testimony Assists Los Angeles Jury Award to Truck Driver Whose Foot was Crushed by Forklift.
Jury Verdict: $6.4 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2002 - 1st Quarter 2003
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury Against Hyundai Motor Company.
Jury Verdict: $12.1 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 3rd Quarter 2002
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury Against Philip Morris.
Jury Verdict: $28 Billion. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 2nd Quarter 2002
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury Against OEA.
Jury Verdict: $13.7 Million. read more...

PDF iconNewsletter, 4th Quarter 2001 - 1st Quarter 2002
2001 Year End Review of Million Dollar Verdicts read more...

PDF iconNews, September 2001
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury in Verdict Against Philip Morris.
Jury Verdict: $3 Billion. read more...

PDF iconNews, May 2001
Economist Quantifies Damages in Farmer Wrongful Death.
Jury Verdict: $1.397 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, April 2001
Economist Quantifies Damages in Asbestosis Shortened Life Expectancy Case.
Jury Verdict: $6.98 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 2001
Economist Quantifies Commercial Bad Faith Damages.
Jury Verdict: $3.9 Million. Settlement: $20 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, January 2001
Economist Testimony Assists Jury in Wrongful Death Case of Young Physician.
Jury Verdict: $11.475 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, November 2000
Economist Quantifies Damages to Homemaker in Tobacco Case.
Jury Verdict: $21.7 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, July 1998
Economist Quantifies Damages in Closed Head Injury Arbitration
Jury Verdict: $8.2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June-July 1998
Economist Testimony Assists Jury in Verdict Against General Motors.
Jury Verdict: $4.9 Billion. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 1998
Economist's Testimony Assists Jury in Award for False Imprisonment.
Jury Verdict: $30 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, May 1997
Economist Quantifies High School Student's Life-time Damages from Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy.
Jury Verdict: $20 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 1997
Economist Quantifies and Life Activity Calendar Illustrates Hemi-plegic Rancher's Loss of Enjoyment of Life.
Jury Verdict: $24 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, February 1997
Appellate Court Affirms Economist's Testimony on Love, Care, Comfort and Society in Wrongful Death of 19-year-old.
Jury Verdict: $4.75 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, November 1996
Life Activity Calendar Supports Jury Verdict in Fast-Food Slip and Fall.
Jury Verdict: $1.1 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, October 1996
Economist's Testimony Assists in Wrongful Death of 38-year-old Mother.
Jury Verdict: $2.454 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, July 1996
Economist Quantifies and Life Activity Calendar Supports Unemployed Amputee's Damages.
Jury Verdict: $22 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June 1996
IME Doctor Validates Life Activity Calendar in Mild Head Injury Case.
Jury Verdict: $2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, January 1996
Economist Quantifies Damages in Medical Malpractice.
Jury Verdict: $26.053 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, October 1995
Appellate Court Finds that Economist's Testimony on Love, Care, Comfort and Society is Sufficient to Support Verdict in Wrongful Death of Emotionally Disturbed 10-year-old.
Jury Verdict: $1.8 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June 1995
D.C. Jury Awards Working Mother for Undiagnosed Cancer .
Jury Verdict: $2.1 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, May 1995
Economist's Testimony Supports Jury Award .
Jury Verdict: $1.745 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 1995
Economist's Testimony Impacts Value of Cases at Settlement and Trial. read more...

PDF iconNews, February 1995
Jury Awards 2.2 Million for Death of 12-year-old Child.
Jury Verdict: $2.2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, January 1995
Economist's Testimony Helps 6-year-old Paraplegic Win $5.5 Million Award in Bench Verdict.
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PDF iconNews, September 1994
Economist's Testimony Crucial in Wrongful Death of Son.
Jury Verdict: $1.746 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June 1994
Economist's Testimony & Life Activity Calendar Crucial in Police Wrongful Death of Young Father
Jury Verdict: $3.645 Million read more...

PDF iconNews, May 1994
Life Activity Calendar Persuasively Demonstrates Closed Head Injury.
Jury Verdict: $2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, April 1994
Economist Quantifies Losses for Unconscious Man Hit by Train.
Jury Verdict: $3 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 1994
Life Activity Calendar Substantiates $250,000 Settlement When Grandmother Hits Tractor-Trailer.
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PDF iconNews, February 1994
Life Activity Calendar Impact $1.475 Million Settlement in Wrongful Death Case of 31-year-old.
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PDF iconNews, January 1994
Economic Testimony and Life Activity Calendar Impact 19-year-old Amputation Case of Four Women.
Jury Verdict: $4 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, October 1993
Economist Quantifies Lost Wages and Medical Expenses for Brain-injured Engineer.
Jury Verdict: $6.3 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, September 1993
Economist Quantifies Loss of Care, Comfort and Society in Wrongful Death of Adult Child.
Jury Verdict: $4.75 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June 1993
Economist Quantifies Loss of Care, Comfort and Society in Wrongful Death of Adult Child.
Jury Verdict: $2.25 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, May 1993
Life Activity Calendar Impacts Jury in Low Speed Rear-Ender.
Jury Verdict: $2.24 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, January 1993
Life Activity Calendar Impacts Jury in Stabbing Death of Young Woman.
Jury Verdict: $5.5 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, October 1992
Sexual Molestation Case.
Jury Verdict: $9.4 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, September 1992
Economist Quantifies Pain and Suffering in Multiple Wrongful Death and Injury.
Jury Verdict: $7.2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, July 1992
$1 Million Jury Verdict for Shortened Life-Expectancy of 80-year-old.
Jury Verdict: $1 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, June 1992
Economist Quantifies Fisherman's Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Brain Injury Case.
Jury Verdict: $2.4 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, May 1992
Economist Quantifies Loss of Love, Care, Comfort and Society in Wrongful Death of 75-year-old Widower.
Jury Verdict: $1.6 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, April 1992
Life Activity Calendar Impacts Settlements. read more...

PDF iconNews, March 1992
Economist Quantifies Secretary's Loss of Enjoyment of Life in Soft Tissue Case.
Jury Verdict: $3.2 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, February 1992
Economist Quantifies the Loss of Love, Care and Society in the Wrongful Death of Homeless Man.
Jury Verdict: $2.7 Million. read more...

PDF iconNews, January 1992
Life Activity Calendar Impacts Jury Verdict Wrongful Death. read more...