LUCAS and CAVALIER, LLC
This edition of our newsletter brings to your attention several favorable results our firm very recently received on notable issues. First, we report on a defense verdict obtained following a five (5) day jury trial in Bucks County, Pennsylvania concerning a toxic tort personal injury matter. We also discuss the recent entry of summary judgment in a miscellaneous professional liability New Jersey matter on behalf of our client, a bank's construction lending inspector. Finally, we report on a favorable Daubert ruling and subsequent summary judgment entry in a serious personal injury case involving a child in escalator litigation venued in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Some of these results may have been previously seen by you as they were reported in The Legal Intelligencer,
Mealey's Personal Injury Legal News,
DRI, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, as well as the Pennsylvania Jury Verdict Reporter.
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Robert M. Cavalier,
defense verdict in a toxic tort personal injury matter
Daniel S. Strick
Robert M. Cavalier and Daniel S. Strick obtained a defense verdict in a toxic tort personal injury matter. Following a five day trial, the jury found for the defendant landlord in a case where the plaintiff tenant alleged personal injuries as a result of purported exposure to mold while residing in the apartment.