Course and scope of employment

Head-on collision results in MTBI, other injuries. $2.6M. San Bernardino County.

Plaintiff applies the vehicle-use exception to "coming and going" rule in course-and-scope-of-employment claim. Beats 998.

  • Case Name: Delia Flores v. ConvergeOne, Inc., et al.
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Monday, March 25, 2019

Defendant ran red light. $173K. San Bernardino County.

Defendant claims excessive medical care and pre-existing conditions.

  • Case Name: Mildred Najera v. City of Upland
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Pedestrian MIST case involving course of employment. $962K. Los Angeles County.

Pedestrian struck in parking lot when defendant driver puts his vehicle in reverse.

  • Case Name: Hernan Osorio v. Wesley T. Williams, et al.
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Thursday, February 08, 2018

Pedestrian-hit-by-auto results in $1 million verdict against a $10 million demand. Orange County.

Restaurant manager strikes pedestrians at intersection on his way home after work. Course and scope of employment argued.

  • Case Name: Jay H. et al. v. John Keith Bullard, Waterfront Enterprises, Inc., dba Newport Landing Restaurant and Oyster Bar, et al.
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Wednesday, November 01, 2017

Soft-tissue injuries in rear-ender prevent plaintiff from taking high-paying job. $669K. Orange County.

Woman says injuries from accident prevented her from starting work at new position.

  • Case Name: Christie Wilson v. Evan George Winans and Adams Interiors, Inc.
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Thursday, September 28, 2017

Plaintiff injured when friendly bartender jumps on him. $148K. Orange County.

New Year's day celebration takes an unexpected turn at local pub.

  • Case Name: Kuzmic v. Silky Sullivan's Restaurant and Irish Pub
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Beating by bar's security guard causes TBI. $9.25M. Los Angeles County.

Drunk patron is assaulted by security guard; guard says it was self defense.

  • Case Name: Shawn Dearing v. Cabo Cantina, et al.
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Employer said responsible for intoxicated employee's auto accident. $15 million. Los Angeles County.

$15 million verdict against employer after employee becomes intoxicated while in scope of job and injures client.

  • Case Name: George v. Firstservice Residential California LLC
  • Date of Verdict or Judgment: Wednesday, March 22, 2017