With over 120 years’ combined legal and trial experience, Farmer, House, Osuna & Olvera is a unique trial firm in Central and South Texas. Nimble and aggressive, Farmer, House, Osuna & Olvera is small enough to be responsive to clients’ needs and concerns while large enough, with 16 lawyers, to handle the largest and most combative cases.
The case involved an alleged rear end collision with alleged past medical and an alleged future lumbar surgical recommendation. Plaintiff requested approximately $268,000.00 in damages. After consideration, the jury returned a verdict of No Negligence.
The trial involved a rear end collision, alleged hip, neck and low back injuries, and alleged damages of approximately $25,000.00. The jury returned a verdict of $1260.24 in past medical expenses and zero damages for pain and suffering, zero damages for mental anguish, zero damages for impairment and zero damages for future medical care (plaintiff alleged approximately 4500.00 in past medical expenses and 3000.00 in future medical expenses).
Plaintiff filed suit naming a company driver and employer as Defendants and underwent cervical surgery, allegedly in connection with the occurrence. After an extended trial, Plaintiff demanded approximately one million dollars in damages during closing argument. After considerable deliberation, the jury returned a compensatory damages verdict of less than alleged medical expenses with nominal amounts awarded for intangible damages.