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1996  Jury Verdicts

Date...................... 01/18/96
Case Type................. Motor Tort
Verdict................... Partial verdict for plaintiff as to
liability; For plaintiffs Ferrell & Robinson against defendant Jordan
as to liability on Count I; For plaintiff Robinson against defendant
Jordon as to liability on Count II. Remaining issues of liability are
to be tried with the damages issue. Mistrial as to questions 3 & 4 of
amended verdict sheet.
Case Name................. Ferrell v. Jordan
Case Number............... CAL92-10959
Judge..................... Martin
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kearns, John
Counsel/Defendant......... Stowell, Shawn



Date...................... 01/18/96
Case Type................. Motor Tort
Verdict................... For Defendant for costs
Case Name................. Contee v. Chan
Case Number............... CAL94-19254
Judge..................... Platt
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Christmas, Patrick; Israel, Carolyn
Counsel/Defendant......... Oliver, Aileen; Hassan, Jeffrey



Date...................... 1/29/96
Case Type................. Motor Tort
Verdict................... For Plaintiffs against defendants Dept. of
Trans. of MD and P.G. Bd. of Ed. for $350,000 (past meds). For Joseph
Kim, against defendant Dept. of Trans. for $150,000 (noneconomic).
For Joseph Kim, against defendant P.G. County Bd. of Education for
$150,000.
Case Name................. Kim v. Department of Transportation
  Case Number............... CAL91-10886
Judge..................... Missouri
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Duley, Thomas
Counsel/Defendant......... Miller, Nancy; Gnatt, Sheldon; Powell,
Roger; Yormick, Jon



Date...................... 1/31/96
Case Type................. Personal Injury
Verdict................... Motion for judgment granted at conclusion
of plaintiff's case
Case Name................. Jackson v. Oakcrest Towers Apartment
  Case Number............... CAL91-07352
Judge..................... Ahalt
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Queen, Thomas
Counsel/Defendant......... Maloney, Michael; Bucher, James



Date...................... 02/05/96
Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant sustained bilateral
carpal tunnel syndrome related to his accidental on-the-job injury of
6/28/93. Claimant was stuck by a cab as he was visiting clients for
service
Verdict................... Appellant; WCC decision overruled. Case
remanded to WCC. Appellee's motion for judgment granted as to average
weekly wages and denied as to all other issues.
Case Name................. Bailey v. Paul B. Williams, Inc.
  Case Number............... CAL94-26271
Judge..................... Shepherd
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Malachi, Karen; Stanback, Clarence
Counsel/Defendant......... Ruttum, Dane



Date...................... 02/05/96
Case Type................. Slip and fall in water that was on the
floor
Verdict................... Defendants for costs.
Case Name................. Griffin v. International House Of Pancakes
  Case Number............... CAL93-18817
Judge..................... Krauser
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Johnson, Robert
Counsel/Defendant......... Fiscella, Lynne



Date...................... 02/07/96
Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant was driving through
an apartment complex parking lot when the plaintiff backed from a
parking space into his path of travel
Verdict................... Defendant for costs.
Case Name................. Corbin v. Ukkundo
Case Number............... CAL95-02594
Judge..................... Johnson
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kearns, John S.
Counsel/Defendant......... Urey, Paul K., III



Date...................... 02/07/96
Case Type................. Motor Tort. Rear-ender
Verdict................... Defendant for costs; liability only .
Settled and dismissed as to Plaitiff Muoi Nguyen.
Case Name................. Nguyen v. Mam
Case Number............... CAL93-16544
Judge..................... Rymer
Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gentile, James
Counsel/Defendant......... Simcox, Howard



Date...................... 02/12/96
Case Type................. Wrongful Death. Shooting death of George
Jones who was shot and killed by Defendant Shifflet while Shifflett
was acting as a security guard and police officer responding to a
domestic dispute
Verdict...................

Defendants' motion for judgment granted; costs to plaintiff.

David v. Shifflett

Case Name................. CAL91-13571 Case Number............... Platt Judge..................... Offutt, Stephen C. Counsel/Plaintiff......... May, J. Patrick; Vaughan, Benjamin; Mittelstaedt, Crystal;Williams, G. Counsel/Defendant......... Date...................... 02/14/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Rear-ender. Plaintiff stopped on Interstae 95 when the defendant rear-ended him Verdict................... Defendant for costs. Case Name................. Vassallo v. Wilson Case Number............... CAL94-12242 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gallavan, Michael L. Counsel/Defendant......... Herz, GeraldDate...................... 02/15/96 Case Type................. Breach of Contract. Plaintiffs bought a house and sued defendants (whom plaintiffs hired as title examiners) for not revealing a Deed of Trust that was on the property Verdict................... Defendant for costs. Case Name................. Lawler v. Ellis Case Number............... CAL93-04867 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... McManus, Thomas A. Counsel/Defendant......... Dyer, Andrew; Duley, PatrickDate...................... 02/15/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort Verdict................... Defendant found negligent; plaintiff not negligent. Case Name................. Hickey v. Gordon Case Number............... CAL93-20747 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Costello, John F. Counsel/Defendant......... Stowell, Shawn; Schraf, James; Crawford, PaulDate...................... 02/20/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff Davis was a passenger in a vehicle that was rear-ended by the defendants. Collision caused a chain reaction. Plaintiff Robinson was stopped at a red light when defendant Madison rear-ended a car in front of him, thereby causing a chain reaction that rear-ended Plaintiff Robinson. Plaintiff Robinson was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a multi-car rear-end. Plaintiff Scott was a passenger in a car operated by Plaitniff Robinson that was stopped at a red light when defendant Madison rear-ended a car in front of him, thereby causing a chain reaction. Plaintiff Wilson was a passenger in a car when defendants rear-ended the car in which the plaintiff was riding. Plaintiff Williams was a passenger in a car when defendants rear-ended the car in which plaintiff was riding. Verdict................... Judgment in favor of plaintiff Davis against defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs. For plaintiff Robinson against defendant Madison as to liability only, For defendant Williams for costs. Judgment in favor of plaintiff Robinson agaomst defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs. Judgment in favor of plaintiff Scott against defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs; Judgment in favor of cross-plaintiff Williams and against cross-defendant Madison as to liability only. Judgment in favor of plaintiff Wilson against defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs. Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs; Judgment in favor of third-party plaintiff Williams and against third-party defendant Madison as to liability only. Judgment in favor of plaintiff Wood and against defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs; Judgment in favor of cross-plaintiff Williams and against cross-defendant Madison as to liability only. Judgment in favor of plaintiff Thomas and against defendant Madison as to liability only; Judgment in favor of defendant Williams for costs; Judgment in favor of cross-plaintiff Williams and against cross-defendant Madison as to liability only. Case Name................. Davis v. Williams, et al., CAL93-17026 consolidated with Case Number............... Robinson v. Madison, CAL95-01895 consolidated with

Robinson v. Williams, CAL93-17025 conoslidated with

Scott v. Williams, CAL93-12530 consolidated with

Wilson v. Williams, CAL93-08337 consolidated with

Williams v. Williams, CAL93-04779 conoslidated with

Woods v. Williams, CAL92-18672 consolidated with

Thomas v. Williams, CAL92-21612

Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Haskell, William; Gilbert, Karen; Burleson, William; Goldman, Jay, Rider, Walter, Gentile, James, Lander, Alan, Morrison, Thomas Charles, Steven Counsel/Defendant......... Zurer, Burt; Strom, LarryDate...................... 02/26/96 Case Type................. Nullify Arbitration Award Verdict................... Judgment in favor of defendant for costs. Case Name................. Ricketts v. Rix Case Number............... CAL93-14159 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Ellis, Thomas; Katz, Joel; Littlepage, Diane Counsel/Defendant......... Zuravin, CharlesDate...................... 02/26/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Collision between the parties near Lanham Severn Road and 94th Avenue Verdict................... For defendant for costs. Case Name................. Ope v. Bol Case Number............... CAL92-08124 Judge..................... Mckee Counsel/Plaintiff......... Japp, Christopher; Foley, James Counsel/Defendant......... Foley, Mark T.Date...................... 02/27/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Defendant Reece allegedly made a left turn into the path of a vehicle operated by defendant Millin. Defendant Reece's vehicle allegedly rear-ended plaintiff's vehicle Verdict................... For defendant Millin against plaintiffs for costs; Cross-claim of Millin v. Reece settled.; Cross-claim of Reece v. Millin dismissed as moot. Case Name................. Bond v. Reece Case Number............... CAL93-08692 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Calabrese, John Counsel/Defendant......... Simon, AndrewDate...................... 03/11/96 Case Type................. Wrongful Discharge (sexual discrimination). Plaintiff and defendant Jones engaged in a mutual extra-marital affair from 1983 until Feb. 1991. Plaintiff was terminated in July 1991. Verdict................... Verdict for plaintiff. Jury awarded plaintiff $44,000 (economic); $25,000 (non-economic);$75,000 (punitive). Case Name................. Stroud v. Jones & Assocs. Case Number............... CAL94-03843 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kaye, Laurence; Quinn, Alison Counsel/Defendant......... Harding, JeffreyDate...................... 03/14/96 Case Type................. Workers' Compensation appeal. Claimant injured on the job when he moved loads of concrete by hand when the employer's equipment was out of commission. Verdict................... For Claimant. Vacated and remanded to WCC Case Name................. Lockhart v. A.W. Stevens & Sons Case Number............... CAL95-09015 Judge..................... Spellbring Counsel/Plaintiff......... Boscolo, Benjamin Counsel/Defendant......... Haynes, JamesDate...................... 03/18/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Left turn. Plaintiff alleged defendant failed to yield right of way (making left turn) causing a collision at the intersection of Riggs Road and East-West Highway. Verdict................... Plaintiffs against defendant as to liability only. Case Name................. Marshall, et.al v. Aigbbokae Amegor Case Number............... CAL91-19965 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Anderson, A.; Robinson, M. Counsel/Defendant......... Lombardi, J.Date...................... 03/18/96 Case Type................. DC Jury demand/Damages. Plaintiff's purchased home from defendant, afterwards finding the home to be termite infested. Plaintiff sued both seller and pre-purchase termite inspection company alleging fraud and negligence. Verdict................... Defendants' against plaintiffs' for costs. Case Name................. Schneider v. Sullivan Case Number............... CAL93-01904 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... Basile, Richard Counsel/Defendant......... Weigand, KarlDate...................... 03/21/96 Case Type................. Judicial Review/Workers' Compensation Claim WCC had denied compensation for temporary total and permanent partial disability. Verdict................... Verdict in favor of plaintiff as to temporary total and against as to permanent partial disability. Case Name................. Rodriguez v. ISS Service Sys. Case Number............... CAL95-09149 Judge..................... Sheperd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Teodori, Thomas Counsel/Defendant......... Scanlon, RobertDate...................... 03/25/96 Case Type................. Damages/Other Tort. Plaintiff sought compensatory and punitive damages stemming from the arrest of the plaintiff by a police officer of the defendant Verdict................... On motion at the close of plaintiff's case, judgment in favor of defendant Prince George's County for costs; Verdict in favor of plaintiff against defendant MacQuillan as to liability only. Case Name................. Silvers v. Prince George's County Case Number............... CAL93-22864 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Shapiro, Samuel M. Counsel/Defendant......... Gwinn, Laura J.Date...................... 03/25/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Plaintiffs were passengers in a car owned by Defendant Jeffrey and driven by defendant Davis when the car hit a pole due to the defective braking system. The defendants are the grandmother and mother of the plaintiffs Verdict................... For plaintiff's minor child for $76,000 Case Name................. Davis, et al. v. Jeffrey Case Number............... CAL94-02752 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Costello, John F.X. Counsel/Defendant......... Akerley, Mary S.Date...................... 03/26/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff injured her back during the course of her employment as a State Trooper Verdict................... For plaintiff; 37% industrial loss of body as a result of work-related accidental back injury. Case Name................. Mason v. State of Maryland Case Number............... CAL95-05963 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Temple, James, Jr. Counsel/Defendant......... Gasiorowski, BethDate...................... 03/26/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Plaintiff alleged injuries as the result of a collision with defendant in a shopping center parking lot at the intersection of Rts. #29 & #198 Verdict................... For defendant for costs. Case Name................. Carbone v. Tongier Case Number............... CAL91-19728 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... Colliton, J. Michael Counsel/Defendant......... Rosasco, MarkDate...................... 03/28/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Plaintiff was stopped behind defendant. Defendant backed into plaintiff. Verdict................... For plaintiff. Case Name................. Jabbie v. Salmon Case Number............... CAL94-05879 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bernstein, Jay S. Counsel/Defendant......... Crawford, Paul V.Date...................... 04/01/96 Case Type................. Damages/Other Tort. Plaintiff alleged being over-medicated during the course of in-hospital treatment resulting in total and permanent deafness. Verdict................... Plaintiff and against defendants Drs. Colella and Slivko for $1,614,000 ( non-economic) and $24,666.53(meds) Case Name................. Roth v. Dimensions Health Corp., et al. Case Number............... CAL92-01596 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... Robert R. Michael Counsel/Defendant......... Phillip R. Zuber; C. LynchDate...................... 04/01/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall in defendant's food store. Verdict................... Judgment in favor of defendant and against plaintiffs. Case Name................. Ferguson v. Jumbo Foods Stores Case Number............... CAL90-19330 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Wraga, W. Barry Counsel/Defendant......... Sandul, Michael L.Date...................... 04/02/96 Case Type................. Contract Interference. Plaintiff had a constuction contract with a church and sued defendants for intentionally interfering with that contract by, among other things, soliciting bids from plaintiff's subcontractors and by causing the church to anticipatorily breach the contract Verdict................... For plaintiff against all defendants for $2,600,000.00 as to business lossess and/or loss of profits, $2,800,000 in attorneys fees. For plaintiff and against defendant Coakley & Williams Construciton for $4,900,000 (punitive) Case Name................. Corum v. Coakley & Williams, et al. Case Number............... CAL93-04480 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gilmore, Jeffrey Counsel/Defendant......... Katz, Gerald; Hanson, PeterDate...................... 04/03/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Plaintiff was traveling Eastbound on Md. Rt.#450 @ Capitol Plaza and alleged defendant failed to grant the right of way causing a collision. Verdict................... For plaintiff for $6,709.36(medicals) Case Name................. Thornton v. Smith Case Number............... CAL93-19034 Judge..................... Sheperd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Goldwater, Harry; Futrousky, Julia Counsel/Defendant......... Ginsburg, David B.Date...................... 04/08/96 Case Type................. WCC Appeal. Plaintiff injured her back at work while continuously loading chicken parts into the oven Verdict...................

For defendant; decision of WCC affirmed.

Case Name................. Criss v. Popeyes, Limited Case Number............... CAL95-04120 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Turnbo, Monica M. Counsel/Defendant......... Russell, JeffreyDate...................... 04/11/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Rear-ender. Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Grady, et al. v. Daniel et al. Case Number............... CAL93-07082 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Nunzio, Nicholas Counsel/Defendant......... McManus, ThomasDate...................... 04/11/96 Case Type................. Breach of Contract. Defendant defaulted on the real estate commission due plaintiff Verdict................... For plaintiff and against defendant Chopp & Company for $22,687.11 with interet from date and costs Case Name................. All Pro Realty v. Chopp & Company, et al. Case Number............... CAL92-16802 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Fleck, Conrad Counsel/Defendant......... Lynch, JohnDate...................... 04/15/96 Case Type................. WCC Appeal Verdict................... Paintiff; 11% permanent partial disability industrial loss of whole body; 3% of the disability from the accident in question; 10% found to result from conditions which existed prior to the accident. Case Name................. Brown v. Metropolitan Safe & Lock, et al. Case Number............... CAL93-02476 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Benjamin Boscolo Counsel/Defendant......... David SkombaDate...................... 04/15/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Left- turn in an intersection. Breach of Contract - Uninsured Motorist (2 counts); Breach of Contract - PIP Verdict................... Judgment for plaintiff King against MAIF for $8,000.00; Judgment for plaintiff Lee against MAIF for $8,000.00; Judgment for third-party plaintiff MAIF against 3rd-party defendant Morman for $16,000.00. Case Name................. King v. MAIF, et al. Case Number............... CAL94-21423 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gabriel Christian Counsel/Defendant......... Suzanne L. IngersollDate...................... 04/16/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Paintiff was an intoxicated passenger in a car driven by an intoxicated driver. Vehicle struck a tractor trailer (defendant) and plaintiff sued. Svere neurological and physcial injuries. Verdict................... Fr Defendants Bower, Jr. and J.B. Hunt transport Inc. against Plaintiffs Charles Gray, Jr. and Bonnie Gray for costs. Case Name................. Gray, et al. v. Kim, et al. Case Number............... CAL93-06241 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Finci, Richard Counsel/Defendant......... McManus, ThomasDate...................... 04/17/96 Case Type................. Damages/Motor Tort. Rear-ender on the BW Parkway Verdict................... For defendant (Musante) for costs. Case Name................. Abtahi v. Patlakh-Barshay, et al. Case Number............... CAL92-15978 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Maurice Burstein Counsel/Defendant......... John D. HollerDate...................... 04/18/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort as a result of the parties entering an intersection at the same time Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Dadson v. Hodges Case Number............... CAl94-12995 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Keating, M Counsel/Defendant......... Fiore, Robert; Howie, Lisa A.Date...................... 04/18/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Respondent sustained a back injury while at work Verdict................... For Claimant; back injury causually related to accidental injury. For Claimant for $417.00 weekly beginning 8/30/94 and continuing during period of temporary total disability. Employer (petitioner) to provide surgery Case Name................. J.M. Benson Co. v. Leszcynski Case Number............... CAL95-01622 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Belk, Eric S. Counsel/Defendant......... Montgomery, Monte D.Date...................... 04/18/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff struck on I-95 when plaintiff pulled off road when windshield became covered with ice and snow. Plaintiff struck when exiting car to clear windshield. Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Barnes v. Greathouse Case Number............... CAL94-26604 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kuta, Jerome Counsel/Defendant......... Picken, Cyrus Jr.Date...................... 04/22/96 Case Type................. Plaintiff sued defendant for breach of warranty of habitability as a result of plaintiff's suffering from rhinopharyngitis and allergic asthma Verdict................... For Defendant for costs on Summary Judgment Case Name................. Goodwin v. Kay Management company Inc. Case Number............... CAL92-05828 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Wennar, Jeffrey Counsel/Defendant......... Costello, JohnDate...................... 4/24/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff's vehicle struck by a stolen van which crossed the center line Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Yerki v. Atlantic Mutual Auto. Ins., et al Case Number............... CAL94-19614 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Morrison, Thomas Counsel/Defendant......... Crawford, PaulDate...................... 04/24/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiffs were passengers in a car operated by defendant whereby the defendant allegedly sped up and collided with a car that was traveling in the opposite direction and making a left turn Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Cupidon v. Alexis Case Number............... CAL91-08701 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bernard, J. Counsel/Defendant......... Simcox, HowardDate...................... 05/02/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant/plaintiff Naylor attempted to make a U-turn from the far right lane and caused a collision with plaintiff/defendant Anderson (who was traveling in the left lane). Verdict................... For plaintiffs Charlton and Colleen Anderson; liability only Case Name................. Anderson, et al. v. Naylor Case Number............... CAL94-14932 (consolidated with CAL95-01767) Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Butler, Raymond Counsel/Defendant......... King, O'NealDate...................... 05-02-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Collision at Route 197/Jericho Road. Verdict................... Plaintiff for $34,980.00. Case Name................. Giddings v. Shrewsberry Case Number............... CAL94-00063 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Van Powers Counsel/Defendant......... Walter GilcristDate...................... 05/06/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall on black ice at Largo High School. Plaintiff as premises to take real estate exam. Verdict................... For Defendant for cost. Case Name................. Dunton v. PG Board of Ed Case Number............... CAL94-12898 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Keipert, Gerald Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas, Roger C.Date...................... 05/07/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant attempted to make a left turn and collided with the plaintiff. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Chappell v. Hawkins Case Number............... CAL94-03141 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Palumbo, Mark Counsel/Defendant......... Lanasa, Francis C.Date...................... 05/07/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiffs' collided with defendant while defendant was attempting to enter a roadway and make a left turn. Defendant did not own the vehicle that he was operating Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Defendant Allstate for $16,027.36 Case Name................. Parvis v. Tilghman Case Number............... CAL93-21921 Judge..................... Woods, R. Counsel/Plaintiff......... Palumbo, V. Daniel Counsel/Defendant......... Platt, Mary; Ryan, ThomasDate...................... 05/13/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Rear-ender. Tow truck struck Plaintiffs while stopped in left lane due to stalled vehicle

For plaintiffs; liability only. For counter-defendant Joseph Plight for costs.

Verdict................... Plight, et al. v. Bob's Custom Towing of Laurel, Inc., et al Case Name................. CAL91-07912 Case Number............... Ahalt Judge..................... Brown, Clifford; Pinkney, Crystal Counsel/Plaintiff......... Brown, Stephen; Maloney, Michael Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 05/13/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was seated at the front of the bus and moved to the back when the bus was stopped. As the bus began to move, the plaintiff slipped and fell on the wet floor of the bus Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Lee v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL94-26776 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Schanker, Charles Counsel/Defendant......... Fentress, LisaDate...................... 05/15/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall. Plaintiff allegedly slipped on defendant's walkway. Verdict................... Defendant's Motion for Judgment Granted Case Name................. Hicks v. Dimensions Health Case Number............... CAL95-05266 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Hermina, John Counsel/Defendant......... Chazen, JosephDate...................... 05/16/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff was involved in a motor tort on her way to work and sustained an accidental injurying arising from the course of her employment Verdict................... For Plaintiff; remanded to WCC Case Name................. White Coates v. Calvert Association Case Number............... CAL94-13654 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Arnovits, Stuart Counsel/Defendant......... Gasiorowski, BethDate...................... 05/16/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was traveling westbound and the defendant was eastbound. The vehicles collided when the defendant attempted to make a left turn Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Jones v. Wells Case Number............... CAL94-23406 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kaufman, Vail Counsel/Defendant......... Rosasco, MarkDate...................... 05/20/96 Case Type................. Declaratory Judgment action. Plaintiff sued Univ. of Md for discrimination related to its psychology department. Verdict................... For plaintiff against defendants Brown, Dies, Lorian, and Smith for $40,000 (expenses), $360,000 (lost income), $200,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Stepakoff v. University of MD Case Number............... CAL92-17117 Judge..................... Spellbring Counsel/Plaintiff......... Debra Katz, Judith Wolfer Counsel/Defendant......... Anne Donahue, Regina LewisDate...................... 05/20/96 Case Type................. Nullify Arbitration Award. Plaintiff alleged that defendant misdiagnosed his condition which caused the plaintiff to undergo unecessary treatment. Plaintiff alleges that he is permantly injured Verdict................... Mistrial Case Name................. Burgess v. G.H. Nader, M.D. Case Number............... CAL91-23933 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Costello, John Counsel/Defendant......... Casey, ReginaDate...................... 05/20/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Left turn collision on Kenilworth Avenue. Plaintiff alleges that he was waiting in the neutral zone between median islands and was struck in the back right quadrant of his car. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only. Case Name................. Braswell v. Hogan Case Number............... CAL94-24510 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Dawe, William Counsel/Defendant......... Patterson, Clifton IIIDate...................... 05/20/96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice. Plaintiff alleges improper diagnoses of child's heart condition resulting in sudden death. Verdict................... For Plaintiffs: Freddy Obichere for $176,000 and Anthonia Obichere for $176,000 against defendant Case Name................. Obichere v. Perry, M.D. Case Number............... CAL94-26130 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Wiley, Lavern Counsel/Defendant......... Maloney, PaulDate...................... 05/20/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiffs were passengers in defendant Lucas' vehicle when the vehicle collided with a vehicle that Defendant McAllister was driving. Defendant Lucas was exiting to lot of an apartment complex while Defendant McAllister was entering it. Verdict................... For Defendants. Motion to dismiss granted as to Defendant Lucas. Defendant McAllister found not negligent. Case Name................. Profactor, et al. v. Lucas, et al. Case Number............... CAL93-12918 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Spitz, Jerry Counsel/Defendant......... Rosasco, Mark; Mulhern, JosephDate...................... 05/21/96 Case Type................. Other Tort. Plaintiff was at Hechinger's store when chair plaintiff was sitting in to test for possible purchase collapsed. Plaintiff alleged failure to warn. Verdict................... For Plaintiff Sharon Haywood for $205,982. For Plaintiff Earl Hayward for $3,000.00 Case Name................. Haywood, et al. v. Hechinger Co. Case Number............... CAL95-04980 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Low, John Counsel/Defendant......... Sicilaiano, Alan; Decaro, JeffreyDate...................... 05/22/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant allegedly sustained a back injury while picking a concrete footing on the job Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Welch, Jr. v. Master Inc. Case Number............... CAL95-10905 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Ralston, Leonard, Jr. Counsel/Defendant......... Maiberger, DonaldDate...................... 05/28/96 Case Type................. Breach of contract whereby plaintiff (as defendant's former attorney) sued to recover payment for representation Verdict................... For Plaintiff against defendant Millicent Somuah as mother and next friend of Leslie Somuah for $19,946.01 Case Name................. Flachs v. Somuah Case Number............... CAL93-20475 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Smallwood, John Counsel/Defendant......... Hertz, RaymondDate...................... 05/29/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Rear-ender when defendant struck plaintiff while attempting to make a left turn Verdict................... For Plaintiffs for $23,500 Case Name................. Singh v. Walker Case Number............... CAL93-16071 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Hilbert, Perry Jr. Counsel/Defendant......... McManus, ThomasDate...................... 05/30/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was a pedestrian crossing Marlboro Pike when she was struck by the defendant who was making a left turn Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Dickens v. Brawner Case Number............... CAL93-02752 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Powers, Ralph W. Jr Counsel/Defendant......... Groce, JeffreyDate...................... 05/30/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiffs A. McCalla and R. Parker were passengers in a southbound car driven by W. McCalla when they were struck by northbound car while attempting to make a left turn. Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. McCalla v. Genova Case Number............... CAL94-16944; consolidated with CAL94-04647 Judge..................... Woods, R. Counsel/Plaintiff......... Blumenthal, George Counsel/Defendant......... Maloney, MichaelDate...................... 06/04/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended by the defendant on Chillum Road. Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Mbadugha v. Peake Case Number............... CAL94-10888 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Colliton, Mike Counsel/Defendant......... Chakrabarti, ChandrimaDate...................... 06/03/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was a pedestrian walking on side of road when struck by defendant. Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Jackson v. Broady Case Number............... CAL94-12393 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bergman, Melvin Counsel/Defendant......... Ryan, ThomasDate...................... 06-05-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended on Greenbelt Road. Verdict................... For Defendant. Case Name................. McLeod v. Toth Case Number............... CAL94-05873 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Ray Ford Counsel/Defendant......... Francis J. FordDate...................... 06/05/96 Case Type................. Personal Injury. Plaintiff alleges assault and battery by police officer while walking in the 8100 block of Baltimore Avenue Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Calloway v. Wilson Case Number............... CAL94-08564 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Dawe, William, III Counsel/Defendant......... Bielec, JohnDate...................... 06-10-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff alleged that owner/passenger placed hands overy eyes of driver resulting in a collision with a tree and a parked car. Verdict................... Defendants Case Name................. Butler, et.al v. Wardak, et.al. Case Number............... CAL93-21201 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... Val Kaufman Counsel/Defendant......... Steve. Brown, Myron Loyd, D. CruzDate...................... 06/10/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall in the stairwell of her apartment complex. Defendant claims that the plaintiff made a false claim Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Washington v. Ct. Management Case Number............... CAL95-03663 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Rothandler, Stephen Counsel/Defendant......... Mulhern, JosephDate...................... 06/10/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant injured back while on the job Verdict................... For claimant: 40% permanent industrial disability, 25% from the accidental injury and 15% from pre-existing circumstances Case Name................. Willis v. Lane Construction Company Case Number............... CAL95-09206 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Chasen, Barry Counsel/Defendant......... Price, Stephen; Tockman, ElizabethDate...................... 06/10/96 Case Type................. Injury from falling header of an exhibit structure which was being assembled. Plaintiff suffered serious head injury, serious headaches, depression and loss of employment Verdict................... For plaintiff for $2,855,163.00; comparative negligence verdict: Plaintiff(s) 25%, Defendant(s) 75%; final award: $2,141,372.25. Case Name................. Davis v. Giltspur Inc. Case Number............... CAL93-04712 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Richma, Jerome; Schladt, William Counsel/Defendant......... Savits, Joel; Schwinn, StephensonDate...................... 06/11/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Phantom vehicle traveling in the right lane struck a tire. The tire rolled into the left lane in the plaintiff's line of travel and the plaintiff also struck the tire, hit a jersey wall and collided with a guardrail. The plaintiff sued her insurance company under the uninsured motorist provision of her insurance policy Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Wesley v. State Farm Insurance Company Case Number............... CAL95-03746 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Palumbo, Mark Counsel/Defendant......... Howard, AnneDate...................... 06/12/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was riding bike when struck by defendant Gonzalis who was driving a car owned by defendant Saenz-dediaz Verdict................... For defendants for costs; cross claim moot Case Name................. Matias v. Allstate Ins. Co., et al. Case Number............... CAL93-06976 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bou, Edward; Spitz, Jerry Counsel/Defendant......... Foley, Mark; Suissa, HarryDate...................... 06/12/96 Case Type................. Breach of Contract. Plaintiff opened a joint account at defendant bank with an joint account holder who is now deceased. The plaintiff later transferred funds from the joint account into her personal account allegedly without the authorization of the deceased. The defendant released the remaining funds in the joint account to the joint account holder (now deceased) upon his authorization. The plaintiff sued the defendant for refusing to honor her withdrawal requests Verdict................... For the Plaintiff for $10,000 Case Name................. Potter v. Chevy Chase Federal Case Number............... CAL94-23644 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Mast, Theodore Counsel/Defendant......... Foglemen, ChristopherDate...................... 06/13/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant struck the plaintiff (a minor child) while the plaintiff was on her bike Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Pangle v. Ates Case Number............... CAL94-18069 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Crowley, Carolyn; Camus, Edward Counsel/Defendant......... Talbott, ThomasDate...................... 06-15-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended on Muirkirk Road. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Irving v. Clark Case Number............... CAL94-25413 Judge..................... Salmon Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Lamari Counsel/Defendant......... C. SzczesnyDate...................... 06/17/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was travelling northbound in a dual turn lane on Route 1 and preparing to make a left turn. Meanwhile, the defendant was exiting a gas station, and attempting to make a left turn to head south of Route 1 when the parties collided Verdict................... For defendants and counter-defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Marley v. Tipton Case Number............... CAL94-20132 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Lardieri, E. Gregory; Forysth, Jan Counsel/Defendant......... Weiss, BradDate...................... 06/17/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff Combs was a passenger in a 1991 Geo Tracker when the driver lost control and hit a tree, pinning the plaintiff in the car. The car caught fire and the plaintiff was badly burned on her legs. One of the legs had to be amputated. Verdict................... Mistrial Case Name................. Combs et al. v. General Motors, et al. Case Number............... CAL94-09740 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Hilborn, George; King, Kevin; Adler, Harry Counsel/Defendant......... Macksey, Brigit; O'Neil, Joseph; Maley, Mary; Flora, MarshaDate...................... 06/17/96 Case Type................. Personal Injury. Plaintiff Morgan (a ticket holder) was attending a hockey game at the Capital Center when he was allegedly attacked by rowdy patrons Verdict................... For Defendants as to all counts and costs Case Name................. Morgan, et al. v. Centre Group Ltd. Partner, et al. Case Number............... CAL93-01018 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Wiliams, Harvey; Cusmano, William Counsel/Defendant......... Gallagher, Wade; Donohue, PatrickDate...................... 06/17/96 Case Type................. Personal Injury. Plantiff was operating a cement truck at a construction cite when he drove underneath the arm of a crane owned and operated by the defendants. The crane struck the top rear portion of the plaintiff's truck. Verdict................... For defendants; liability only Case Name................. Payne v. Donohoe Construction Case Number............... CAL93-07505 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Hanny, James; LaCivita, David Counsel/Defendant......... Debaugh, MichaelDate...................... 06/17/96 Case Type................. Other Tort. Plaintiff had in-utero exposure to diethylstilbestrol (DES) which allegedly caused the plaintiff to develop clear cell adenocarcinoma in the form of vaginal cancer and malformed sexual organs. The plaintiff sued the defendant (a distributor of DES) Verdict................... Motion for judgment granted for defendant for costs Case Name................. Weisman v. American Pharmacy Case Number............... CAL93-00245 Judge..................... McKee Counsel/Plaintiff......... Levin, Robert Counsel/Defendant......... Athridge, PatrickDate...................... 06/18/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff suffered cervical injury to lumbar disc as a house painter Verdict................... For Plaintiff: 36% industrial loss of use; average weekly wage is $480.00; reversed and remanded to WCC Case Name................. Lynch v. Winchester Construction Case Number............... CAL95-13300 Judge..................... Woods, R Counsel/Plaintiff......... Connor, Edward Counsel/Defendant......... Finkelstein, RonaDate...................... 06/19/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant hurt his back in an accidental work related injury Verdict................... For claimant; increase in permanent industrial disabilitity Case Name................. Whitley v. Makro Self Service Case Number............... CAL95-16848 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Chasen, Barry Counsel/Defendant......... McLaughlin, TimothyDate...................... 06/19/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff rear-ended by defendant while plaintiff was stopped at a red light and caused plaintiff's car to hit the car in front of her Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $5,573.92 Case Name................. Paciello v. Toevs Case Number............... CAL94-09409 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Beiser, Jonathan Counsel/Defendant......... Urey, Paul K., IIIDate...................... 06/19/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was travelling north on Branch Avenue and attempted to make a left turn when she was struck by the defendant who was travelling south Verdict................... For defendants for costs Case Name................. Dudley v. Mitchell Case Number............... CAL94-06115 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Beers, Russel; Fiore, Robert Counsel/Defendant......... Crawford, Paul; Plaxen, BruceDate...................... 06/26/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff hurt her knee and back while on the job Verdict................... Agreement reached; remanded to WCC Case Name................. Silas v. Cooperative Extension Case Number............... CAL95-15377 Judge..................... Spellbring Counsel/Plaintiff......... Turnbo, Monica Counsel/Defendant......... Haynes, JamesDate...................... 06/26/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was traveling on Central Avenue and attempted to make a left turn when he collided with the defendant traveling the opposite direction Verdict................... For defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Moore v. Robinson Case Number............... CAL94-00897 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Brennan, Eugene Counsel/Defendant......... Lombardi, JamesDate...................... 06/27/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiffs were rear-ended by the defendant while attempting to make a left turn Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only; counter claims moot Case Name................. Adams, et al. v. Davis Case Number............... CAL95-10512 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Nunzio, Justin; Silver, Robin Counsel/Defendant......... Beckman, John; Chandrima, ChakrabartiDate...................... 07/01/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiffs Feldman and Durlewanger were travelling southbound on West Park Drive while the defendant was travelling north. The defendant veered into the plaintiff's lane and collided with him Verdict................... For Plaintiff Durlewanger and against the defendant Juan Cannales as father and next friend of Elizabeth Cannales, for $7,277.44 (past meds), $625.50 (lost wages), and $1,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Durlewanger v. Canneles Case Number............... CAL95-13354; consolidated with CAL94-08973 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Wells, Gregory; Turkheimer, Paul Counsel/Defendant......... Rosasco, Mark;Date...................... 07/01/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant rear-ended the plaintiff when the plaintiff struck a deer Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Corcoran v. Powell Case Number............... CAL94-08039 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bowling, Scott Counsel/Defendant......... Wyrough, RichardDate...................... 07/01/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff while waiting for bus was struck by defendant. Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Gonzales v. Hackett Case Number............... CAL94-20644 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Morrison, Thomas Counsel/Defendant......... Hetherington, RobertDate...................... 07/01/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was struck by a car (owned by the defendant) while car shopping with her son on dealership lot. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $300,000 Case Name................. Koger v. Martens Motors, Inc. Case Number............... CAL87-19718 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kuta, Jerome Counsel/Defendant......... Ryder, Don; Covington, Stanley; McManus, ThomasDate...................... 07-02-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was struck on I-95 while approaching stopped traffic ahead, stopped her car, which was then struck in rear by defendants Verdict................... For Defendant Adams.; For Choi as to D.2; Liability only. Case Name................. Choi v. Adams Case Number............... CAL94-09838 Judge..................... Missouri Counsel/Plaintiff......... T. Ross, C Zentz Counsel/Defendant......... Alan Noble, Mary AkerleyDate...................... 07/02/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff slipped and fell on ice while at work Verdict................... For Plaintiff, lost time and medical treatment was casually related to accidental work injury; remanded to WCC Case Name................. Velazquez v. P.G. General Hospital Case Number............... CAL95-08690 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Blecker, Jodi Counsel/Defendant......... Bendos, GeorgeDate...................... 07/09/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff and defendant (taxi driver for Hilltop Cab Assoc.) collided head-on as he failed to yield the right away on a one-lane bridge Verdict................... For Plaintiff Waive Light for $115,000.00. For Plaintiff Harold Light for costs Case Name................. Light v. Orejimi Case Number............... CAL93-21716 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Slatkin, Eric Counsel/Defendant......... Snee, TinaDate...................... 07/09/96 Case Type................. Dog jumped fence and chased plaintiff into another fence; no dog bite Verdict................... For plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Ethridge v. Trahan Case Number............... CAL94-13002 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Kruvant, J. Kenneth Counsel/Defendant......... Picken, Cyrus, Jr.Date...................... 07/10/96 Case Type................. Assault and battery. Defendant (Montgomery Wards employee, while on duty), allegedly assaulted and battered the plaintiff when a dispute arose over the price of services Verdict................... For Defendant for costs Case Name................. Waldon v. Aikens Case Number............... CAL94-19259 Judge..................... McKee Counsel/Plaintiff......... Love, Jonathan Counsel/Defendant......... Thornton, PatriciaDate...................... 07/10/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended by Defendant while stopped at a traffic light on East-West Highway Verdict................... Plaintiff for $11,500 Case Name................. Dixon v. Green Case Number............... CAL93-22477 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Nunzio, Nicholas Counsel/Defendant......... Cherry, Ronald;DiFranco, TinaDate...................... 07/11/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended by the defendant when he made a lane change Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Clarke v. Brown Case Number............... CAL94-05507 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Flack, Robert A. Counsel/Defendant......... Brown, MariaDate...................... 07/11/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall over a rug while shopping at defendant's store Verdict................... For Defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Byrd v. Shoppers Food Warehouse Case Number............... CAL94-18183 Judge..................... Missouri Counsel/Plaintiff......... Fassett, Mary Counsel/Defendant......... Broderick, MichaelDate...................... 07/11/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant negligently cut-off plaintiff, causing him to lose control, run into a ditch and strike a tree. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Shanholtz v. Allstate Insurance Co. Case Number............... CAL94-14715 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Beers, Russel Counsel/Defendant......... Groce, JeffreyDate...................... 07/15/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant rear-ended plaintiff as the plaintiff slowed down for a car in front of her Verdict................... For defendant for costs Case Name................. Oman, et al. v. Clark Case Number............... CAL94-15518 Judge..................... Salmon Counsel/Plaintiff......... Crawford, James; and Ingersoll, Suzanne Counsel/Defendant......... Brown, JillDate...................... 07/15/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Left-hand turn. Plaintiff had green light (northbound) near intersection of Main Street in Laurel when Defendant (southbound), made left hand turn onto Main Street Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Roberts v. Naik Case Number............... CAL95-02265 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... H. Goldman Counsel/Defendant......... C. PickenDate...................... 07/15/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant sustained an accidental injury at work. The Plaintiff (employer) alleged that the defendant was intoxicated Verdict................... For Defendant (claimant) for costs Case Name................. Buddys Tree Service v. Williams Case Number............... CAL94-16446 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Langrich, Andrew; and Connor, Edward Counsel/Defendant......... Goldring, EstherDate...................... 07/16/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff alleges defendant crossed center line and struck Plaintiff's car. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $10,217.03 Case Name................. Blake v. Burks Case Number............... CAL95-03839 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... G. Lardieri Counsel/Defendant......... M. AkerleyDate...................... 07/16/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Defendant Marks collided with the car in which the plaintiff was a passenger. Issue of whether defendant Marks was a permissive user. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Giles v. Marks Case Number............... CAL92-16300 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Holtz, Gerald Counsel/Defendant......... Farrington, Thomas; and Von DiseilskiDate...................... 07/17/96 Case Type................. Motor tor. Plaintiff Pair was westbound on Rt. 193, stopped at a traffic light near intersection with Rt. 202 when Defendant. rear-ended Plaintiff Pugh. Plaintiff Pugh alleged that at same time and place, Plaintiff Pair changed lanes in front of Defendant and behind Plaintiff Pugh and that both were negligent and that Defendant's car struck Plaintiff Pugh's. Verdict................... For all Plaintiff, liability only Case Name................. Pugh v. Dawaf, CAL94-23088 consolidated with Case Number............... Pair v. Dawaf, CAL94-02616 Judge..................... Salmon Counsel/Plaintiff......... V. Hoffman, L. McCants Counsel/Defendant......... Marcia Harman, John HollerDate...................... 07/17/96 Case Type................. Contract; breach of home construcion contract. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $25,000.00. Case Name................. Caporaletti v. Triton Construction Case Number............... CAL94-06096 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Shari Suzuki Counsel/Defendant......... Ronald EaglestonDate...................... 07/17/96 Case Type................. Motor Tort. Plaintiff was rear-ended by defendant while attempting to make a left turn Verdict................... For defendant for costs; liability only Case Name................. Walsh v. Patel Case Number............... CAL94-22776 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Walker, Thomas Counsel/Defendant......... Hassan, JeffreyDate...................... 07/17/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall on outside stairs, which Plaintiff alleged were covered with ice and snow which Defendant should have cleared. Verdict................... Defendant's Motion for Judgment granted Case Name................. Johnson v. Presidential Park Case Number............... CAL93-17393 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Russel Beers Counsel/Defendant......... Richard SchimelDate...................... 07/18/96 Case Type................. Motor tor. Plaintiff entered East-West Highway from Rte. 50 West in Landover when Defendant ran red light and collided with Plaintiff resulting in cervical and lumbar strain. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $7,723.98 Case Name................. Jardine v. Richardson Case Number............... CAL95-03274 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Howard Katzoff Counsel/Defendant......... Jan ForsytheDate...................... 07/19/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff rear-ended while driving bus. Verdict................... For Defendant. Case Name................. Gardner v. Bennette Case Number............... CAL93-08600 Judge..................... Spellbring Counsel/Plaintiff......... R. Weinberg Counsel/Defendant......... J. HollerDate...................... 07/19/96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice whereby Plaintiff's gestational diabetes condition was mismanaged, proximately causing birth of brain-damaged child. Verdict................... Judgment for Plaintiff for $2,713,000.00 on issue of damages. Case Name................. Dunlap, et.al. v. La Quinte, M.D., et. al., Case Number............... CAL93-21756 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... A. Newman, L. Lapidus Counsel/Defendant......... Scott Sonntag, Amy RobertsDate...................... 07/22/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff rear-ended at stop light. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $4,909.00 Case Name................. Hall v. Choi Case Number............... CAL93-17210 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Robert Daniels Counsel/Defendant......... Anne K. HowardDate...................... 07/22/96 Case Type................. Dispute over property, realty, battery, wages, profits and a loan. Verdict................... Defense Motion for Judgment granted. Case Name................. Soppa and Mako v. Hurd (Consolidated) Case Number............... CAL93-20705/CAL92-21853 Judge..................... Clark Counsel/Plaintiff......... R. Fancher Counsel/Defendant......... Keith ParrisDate...................... 07/23/96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff alleged that due to Defendant.'s engagement of a testing company, dirt was moved which changed the topography of the land on which Plaintiff's and Defendant's businesses were located, resulting in water damage to Plaintiff's property. Verdict................... Case settled. Case Name................. Beautician Supply v. David and Sang Corp. Case Number............... CAL94-02361 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Futrovsky Counsel/Defendant......... G. Fanshaw, F. FordDate...................... 07/24/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall. Plaintiff slipped in cashier's line due to green beans on floor. Plaintiff alleged notice. Verdict................... For Defendant; liability only Case Name................. Smith v. Shoppers Food Warehouse Case Number............... CAL94-19738 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Craig Small Counsel/Defendant......... Christopher DunnDate...................... 07/24/96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall. Plaintiff slipped on frozen garden hose while delivering mail to defendant. Verdict................... For Defendant. Case Name................. Holmes v. Preston Case Number............... CAL91-23263 Judge..................... Krug Counsel/Plaintiff......... Nicholas Nunzio Counsel/Defendant......... Alan SicilianoDate...................... 07/25/96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff's alleged that BG&# pole fell and struck plaintiff's vehicle. Verdict................... For Defendants Case Name................. Maiden v. Baltimore G & E Case Number............... CAL93-12254 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Harry Goldwater Counsel/Defendant......... Barbara Gaughan, James Kelly, Jeffrey DecaroDate...................... 07/25/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal Verdict................... Defense Motion for mistrial granted. Case Name................. Baldwin v. William J. Gallery Co. Case Number............... CAL95-15859 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Hopewell Counsel/Defendant......... Laura GarufiDate...................... 07/25/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall at Shopper's store in Takoma Park Verdict................... For Defendant. Case Name................. Tadesse v. Shoppers Food Warehouse Case Number............... CAL93-21127 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... H. Holtz Counsel/Defendant......... Michael BroderickDate...................... 07/29/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff rear-ended on I-495 while stopped waiting for backed-up traffic to move. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Alahouzos v. Diener and MAIF Case Number............... CAL93-08685 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Madalyn Johns Counsel/Defendant......... George Meng, Myron LoydDate...................... 07/29/96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice. Plaintiff alleged that defendant removed essential gland but did not remove cyst that was supposed to be removed. Gland was removed without informing plaintiff or getting Plaintiff's consent. Plaintiff alleged that the removal resulted in excessive bleeding, resulting physical disability and psychological trauma. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Williams v. Sadler Case Number............... CAL94-20512 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... S. Schupak, D. Gottian Counsel/Defendant......... J. MontedonicoDate...................... 07/29/1996

Medical malpractice; hysterectomy

Case Type................. For Defendant Verdict................... Broadnax v. Redfearn Case Name................. CAL94-12337 Case Number............... Krauser Judge..................... J.E. Williams Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Gleason Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 07/30/96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff alleged that while walking across park lot Defendant truck him while parking van. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Honnah v. Seymour Case Number............... CAL95-02597 Judge..................... Missouri Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Maier Counsel/Defendant......... Paul UreyDate...................... 07/30/96 Case Type................. Plaintiff alleged deceased son's body and grave site were disturbed by Defendant Verdict................... Mistrial motion granted Case Name................. Gosha-Nelson v. Lincoln Cemetary Case Number............... CAL94-09032 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Parris Artis Counsel/Defendant......... J. GerbesDate...................... 07/31/96 Case Type................. Plaintiff alleged improper expulsion from school and resulting damages.

For Defendant as to Plaintiff (first minor child); For Plaintiff (second minor child) for $50,000.00

Verdict................... Wicker, et.al. v. P.G. Board of Ed. Case Name................. CAL94-23955 Case Number............... Sothoron Judge..................... R. Stern Counsel/Plaintiff......... Roger Thomas Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 07/31/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Accident at "T" intersection of Branch Ave. & Gainsville Rd. Third vehicle signaled for Plaintiff to make left turn onto Gainsville. Defendant passed third vehicle on right and struck Plaintiff. Defendant in unmarked lane. Plaintiff alleged Defendant passed in improper lane. Verdict................... For Defendant, liability only Case Name................. Garnett v. Kiley Case Number............... CAL93-13299 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Eric Nyce Counsel/Defendant......... Paul TurkheimerDate...................... 08/01/96 Case Type................. Negligence, Intentional torts; Plaintiff alleged improper arrest and other resulting injuries by D.'s Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Dirodio v. State of Maryland, et.al., Case Number............... CAL92-10447 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Hicks, M. Mannino Counsel/Defendant......... Crystal MittelstaedtDate...................... 08/01/96 Case Type................. Landlord and tenant; Plaintiff alleged wrongful eviction from her laundromat. Defendant's counterclaimed for breach of lease. Verdict................... For Defendant/Counter-Plaintiff for $1,278.37. Case Name................. Graves v. Wu Case Number............... CAL93-17333 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... T. Kavanaugh Counsel/Defendant......... J. TjadenDate...................... 08/01/96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff's wheelchair unlocked from Metro bus. Verdict................... Defense verdict Case Name................. Pelzel v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL95-00699 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... David Ruben Counsel/Defendant......... Lisa FentressDate...................... 08/03/96 Case Type................. Business Tort; Plaintiffss alleged Defendantss committed various torts such as fraud, misrepresentation, embezzlement, conversion, self-dealing, breach of fiduciary duties, intentional interference with contractual relationships. Verdict................... For Plaintiff MQI against Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant Lyon for $2,000,000 (compensatory), $1,362,196 (pre-judgment interest); $150,000 (punitive damages); total judgment of $3,512,196.; Case Name................. MQI v. Lyon, et.al., CAL92-14529 (consolidated with) Case Number............... Lyon v. Campbell, et. al., CAL93-08182; (consolidated with)

Campbell v. Lyon, et.al., CAL93-11693

Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Lombardi, B. Marcus, J. Lifschitz, T. Zagami, A. Weiner Counsel/Defendant......... (Plaintiffs.' attorneys also represented Plaintiffs as counter-defendants)Date...................... 08/05/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal Verdict................... Verdict changed % of award Case Name................. Brown v. Corman Construction Case Number............... CAL95-15861 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Richard Gallaher Counsel/Defendant......... B. Zerolnick, F. MuherDate...................... 08/05/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly was struck while riding bicycle. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Piano v. Weiler Case Number............... CAL94-01878 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Leo Roth Counsel/Defendant......... Paul TurkheimerDate...................... 08/05/96 Case Type................. Negligence. Plaintiff was struck by defendant while jay-walking resulting in broken leg. Verdict................... Defense Case Name................. Tobias v. Scott Case Number............... CAL95-02651 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Pro Se Counsel/Defendant......... Charles Bowie, J. WatsonDate...................... 08/06/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Intersection. Plaintiffs allege defendant struck vehicle when entering intersection on green light. Defendant was driving vehicle owned by another defendant. Permanent injury to left knee, Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Defendant Harvell for $38,178.52; For plaintiffs against Harvell for $5,000 (loss of consortium) Case Name................. Bond-Thomas v. Harvell Case Number............... CAL94-19833 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Blakeslee Counsel/Defendant......... Robin KesslerDate...................... 08/06/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly was struck when defendant backed out of driveway and struck right rear of Plaintiff's vehicle Verdict................... For Plaintiff, liability only. Case Name................. Carpenter, et.al. v. Frederick, et.al. Case Number............... CAL94-09432 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... G. Keipert Counsel/Defendant......... Paul CrawfordDate...................... 08/06/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Tactor-trailer hit volkswagen Verdict................... For Plaintiff, liability only; stipulation for $180,000 Case Name................. Finch v. Fireman Fund Case Number............... CAL94-23377 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Roger Bennett, Harvey Kirk Counsel/Defendant......... Richard NilsonDate...................... 08/07/96 Case Type................. Trip & fall. Plaintiff tripped over phone cord placed across her path when exiting non-public restroom Verdict................... Defense motion for judgment granted Case Name................. Sothoron Case Number............... LaJuan Martin Judge..................... Michael De George Counsel/Plaintiff......... Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 08/13/96 Case Type................. Slip & Fall. Plaintiff allegedly slipped and fell in Giant restroom because of Defendant's lack of care; allowed towels, toilet paper and debris to accumulate. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Martin v. Giant Food Case Number............... CAL94-23288 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Ed Horowitz Counsel/Defendant......... Gerry UeckermannDate...................... 08/13/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly was struck when Defendant attempted to pass in "no pass" zone. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $25,007 Case Name................. Humphrey v. Smith Case Number............... CAL94-03324 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... John Foran Counsel/Defendant......... Andrew GreenspanDate...................... 08/14/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended on BW Parkway. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Thompson v. Christian Case Number............... CAL94-18787 Judge..................... Mason Counsel/Plaintiff......... Nicholas Nunzio Counsel/Defendant......... Paul TurkheimerDate...................... 08/14/96 Case Type................. Legal malpractice. Plaintiff's divorce/separation contract allegedly did not limit her marital liabilities, contrary to her former understanding, resulting in damages. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Hyatt Legal Services for $250,000; For Defendant Newman. Case Name................. Hegerty v. Newman and Hyatt Legal Services Case Number............... CAL95-01867 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... B. Zapp Counsel/Defendant......... J. Marsh, J. BourgeoisDate...................... 08/15/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended at intersection Verdict................... For Defendant, $0 damages; damages verdict only Case Name................. Trent v. Davis Case Number............... CAL94-16511 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Todd Sapiro Counsel/Defendant......... George MengDate...................... 08/15/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal Verdict................... Commission awarded 16%, jury awarded 30%. Case Name................. Severin v. P.G. Board of Education Case Number............... CAL95-10285 Judge..................... Mason Counsel/Plaintiff......... Tom Teodori Counsel/Defendant......... Andrew Nussbaum, Wendy CaporalettiDate...................... 08/15/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck by defendant due to defendant's negligence. Verdict................... For Plaintiff, liability only Case Name................. McCauley v. Cox Case Number............... CAL93-13139 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Keeting Counsel/Defendant......... Francis LanasaDate...................... 08/15/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended by defendant while yielding to southbound traffic. Verdict................... For Plaintiff, liability only Case Name................. Morgan v. Gaines Case Number............... CAL94-24047 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Jeffrey Hannon Counsel/Defendant......... Mark RosascoDate...................... 08/16/96 Case Type................. Assault/Battery; Plaintiff alleged Defendant struck him with baseball bat in a two-family squabble. Verdict................... For Plaintiff, liability only Case Name................. Simms v. Thomas Case Number............... CAL94-01927 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Ralph Powers, Eric Nyce Counsel/Defendant......... Gerald BakerDate...................... 08/20/96 Case Type................. Plaintiff, substitute teacher, allegedly knocked down by running students Verdict................... For Defendant, liability only Case Name................. Boroff v. Smith Case Number............... CAL93-04678 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Fink Counsel/Defendant......... Robert Graham FioreDate...................... 08/21/96 Case Type................. Slip & Fall; 12 year old fell and broke elbow during acrobatic practice in dance class. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Muscolino v. Reynolds Case Number............... CAL94-19051 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Paul Reinstein Counsel/Defendant......... John HollerDate...................... 08/21/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was a passenger in a WMATA bus which collided with a legally parked vehicle. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against WMATA for $17,637.03;

For Defendant Geico against Plaintiff

Case Name................. Johnson v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL94-26047 Judge..................... McKee Counsel/Plaintiff......... William Kohler Counsel/Defendant......... Don Parker, Robert Kniaz, Chandrima ChakrabartiDate...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Commission awarded Claimant no temporary total disability and only a permant partial disability rating of 20%; Claimant alleged temporary total disability and greater than 20% permanet partial disability.

Defendant Motion for Mistrial granted.

Verdict................... Jones v. Shoppers Food Warehouse Case Name................. CAL95-25438 Case Number............... Casula Judge..................... Tom Teodori Counsel/Plaintiff......... D. Godwin Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck by Defendant on BW Parkway Verdict................... For Defendant, liability only Case Name................. Adebiyi v. McKenney Case Number............... CAL94-17136 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Keating Counsel/Defendant......... Francis FordDate...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck by Defendant while travelling southbound on Marlborough Pike Verdict................... For Defendant, liability only Case Name................. Todd v. Harley Case Number............... CAL94-05475 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... A. Kasmer Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey BrownDate...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. Plaintiff Morales was was southbound on Rt. 301 at intersection with Dyson Rd.; Defendant, eastbound on Dyson Rd., struck Plaintiff. Plaintiff Carlock was side-by side with Plaintiff Morales Verdict................... Morales v. Good: Severed; to be reset for trial. Case Name................. Carlock v. Good: For Plaintiff for $30,000 Case Number............... Morales v. Good, CAL94-22566

Carlock v. Good, CAL95-20080

Consolidated

Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... John Yannone, T. Love Counsel/Defendant......... A. Greenspan, Nancy MillerDate...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck when defendant attempt left-hand turn causing collision. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Jenkins v. Rios Case Number............... CAL93-16928 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Edward Bou Counsel/Defendant......... Francis. LanasaDate...................... 08/22/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended on BW Parkway while waiting for slowed traffice to clear. Verdict................... Mistrial Case Name................. Kanu v. King Case Number............... CAL95-10532 Judge..................... Robert Woods Counsel/Plaintiff......... R. Zakroff Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas FarringtonDate...................... 08/26/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck violently on left rear by Devemdant on southbound Marting Luther King Highway Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. McGill v. Moore Case Number............... CAL94-03005 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Keipert Counsel/Defendant......... M. RafiDate...................... 08/26/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff passed line of left turn cars on right, while Defendant, coming from opposite direction, turned left in front of Plaintiff, after having been waved over by a left turning driver standing opposite. Verdict................... For Plaintiff, but for Defendant on contrib). Plaintiff motion granted. Ruling for Plaintiff on contrib.) Case Name................. Barkley v. Testor Case Number............... CAL95-04635 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Riddle Counsel/Defendant......... B. KentDate...................... 08/26/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. After removing seat belt and turning toward passenger door, Plaintiff fell from moving car while trying to retrieve a cigarette which her boyfriend, driver Defendant had thrown out the window, but which blew back into the back seat of the car (Defendant had asked Plaintiff to get cigarette before it burns car) (Plaintiff and Defendant are now married). Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Granger v. Worthington Case Number............... CAL94-09241 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Morrissey Counsel/Defendant......... G. Clifton PattersonDate...................... 08-27-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff alleged that deceased wife was northbound on Glendale Road, at or near intersection with Chantilly Road, Mitchellville, when Defendant Kriner exited the parking lot of a store and struck rear of wife's car, causing it to strike one of four dump trucks parked on shoulder of road, parallel to road, and causing death of wife. Two of the dump trucks were parked one on either side of the exit way from the store (Defendant Kriner passed between these two). Defendant Kriner and his employer settled with Plaintiff. Trial occurring on this date was for contribution (employer against truck drivers and their employer/owner/lessor of trucks). Verdict................... For Defendant Kriner's employer for contribution against two truck driver's and their employer. Case Name................. Kelly, et. al. v. Kriner, et.al. Case Number............... CAL90-18979 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Jeffrey Decaro Counsel/Defendant......... T. FizerDate...................... 08/28/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck when defendant was exiting parking area between two building. Defendant failed to yeild and struck plaintiff. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $10,034.74, damages only (liability admitted). Case Name................. Thomas V. Railey Case Number............... CAL93-14354 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... J.T. Guinta Counsel/Defendant......... Jill Reid-CumminsDate...................... 08/28/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Plaintiff alleged back and neck injuries. Commissioner gave temporay total disability from 12-8-94 through 5-8-95 only. Claimant wanted temporary total disability to present Verdict................... For Claimant: jury gave temporary total disability from 5-9-95 to present. Case Name................. Tyson v. Colonial Storage Case Number............... CAL95-17639 Judge..................... Woods, R. Counsel/Plaintiff......... A. Kasmer Counsel/Defendant......... J. LaynorDate...................... 08/28/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck when defendant ran red light and struck right quadrant of plaintiff's vehicle while plaintiff was making left-hand turn. Verdict................... Mistrial Case Name................. Gibson v. Randolf Case Number............... CAL94-26466 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Dawe Counsel/Defendant......... Cyris PickenDate...................... 08/29/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Collision between plaintiff driver of second vehicle. Second plaintiff was passenger in car driven by defendant. Verdict................... For Plaintiffs; liability only Case Name................. Lyles v. Green Case Number............... CAL93-03818 consolidated with

Davis v. Green

CAL93-18150

Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... Daniel Palumbo, L. Weslock Counsel/Defendant......... Myron Loyd, Connie LynchDate...................... 09/03/96 Case Type................. Slip and fall. Plaintiff allegedly slipped and fell in parking lot due to ice. Independent contractor resopnsible for clearing lot owned and managed by Defendant Giant Food and its management company. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $17,500.00: $3,000.00 (meds), $13,000.00 (lost wages), $2,000 (non-economic).

For 3rd Party Defendant (not primarily negligent or in breach of contract).

Collett v. Giant Foods, Inc.

Case Name................. CAL94-13000 Case Number............... Rymer Judge..................... J. Gill, Jr., C. Kratz Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. P. Kelly, John Holler Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 09/05/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended by defendant while both vehicles were moving. Verdict................... For Defendant; liability only Case Name................. Dillard v. Harris Case Number............... CAL95-06106 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Eugene Muskus Counsel/Defendant......... Cyrus Picken Jr.Date...................... 09/05/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff alleged that phantom vehicle cutoff plaintiff causing plaintiff to brake abruptly and defendant (while driving company car) rear-ended plaintiff. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Allstate Insurance (phantom driver; UM coverage); For Defendant, Defendant Employer's Motion for Judgment granted. Case Name................. Collins v. Dunn, et. al., Case Number............... CAL94-12457 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Jonathan Kearns Counsel/Defendant......... D. Kindermann, Sheila FleshmanDate...................... 09/06/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff (wife) was passenger in car Defendant (husband) was driving, when Defendant made improper left turn and was struck by car with right of way. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $79,500.00: $6,000.00 (meds), $1,500 (lost wages), $72,000 (non-economic of which $2,000.00 was for a tens unit). Case Name................. Dubyak v. Dubyak Case Number............... CAL95-02252 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Thomas Guinta Counsel/Defendant......... William FooteDate...................... 09/06/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. WCC gave Plaintiff, truck driver, who injured right shoulder, 20% permament partial disability. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; jury gave 30% permanent partial disability Case Name................. Moore v. Luciano Refridgerated, Case Number............... CAL95-22063 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Barry Chasen Counsel/Defendant......... Rona FinkelsteinDate...................... 09/09/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff (passenger) allegedly rear-ended by defendant while lawfully stopped Verdict................... Plaintiff; confidential settlement reached after jury sworn Case Name................. Ayres v. Harrison, Case Number............... CAL93-17912 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. O Loughlin Counsel/Defendant......... A. Simon, A. Greenspan, Francis FordDate...................... 09/10/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was attempting to turn into Addison Road Metro Station when first defendant attempted to make left turn and was forced to stop due to defendant 2 being illegally parked at entrance to Addison Road Metro Station. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Defendants; liability only Case Name................. Loveless v. Haided, Case Number............... CAL94-18881 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... V. Jamison Counsel/Defendant......... L. Strom, Mark Gilder, J. ShoapDate...................... 09/09/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended while waiting for traffic that was stopped to clear Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $3,612.50 (meds); $3,479.83 (lost wages); $1,000 ( non-economic) Case Name................. Wilder v. KoGok, Case Number............... CAL94-01230 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Michael McGowan Counsel/Defendant......... B. Parker, Matthew KielyDate...................... 09-10-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was passenger in first defendant's vehicle (driver) when rear-ended by second defendant (driver of another vehicle). Plaintiff sued both defendants; First defendant sued second defendant. Verdict................... For Defendants Case Name................. Parrish v. Carter and Parrish, Case Number............... CAL93-19687 consolidated with,

Parrish v. Carter

CAL93-21543

Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Harry Goldwater, John Quagliato Counsel/Defendant......... Michael SandulDate...................... 09/11/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiffs were passengers on Metro bus, when first defendant (driver) cut in front of bus and caused accident injury plaintiffs. Second defendant was owner of vehicle and knew first defendant did not have driver's license. Verdict................... For Plaintiff's; liability only

Bookard v. Speight,

Case Name................. CAL94-17080 Case Number............... Smith Judge..................... S. Cooper, D. Adams,

J. Goldman

Counsel/Plaintiff......... Don Parker, Jeffrey Seal Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 09/12/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended by second defendant after first defendant switched lanes and cutoff off plaintiff. Accident occurred on I-495 near Montgomery County line Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only Case Name................. Diaz v. Pereira, Case Number............... CAL94-05681 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bruce Plaxen Counsel/Defendant......... Francis LanasaDate...................... 09/13/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Claimant allegedly contracted occupational disease - bilateral carpel tunnel syndrome. The Commission denied the claim. Verdict................... For Claimant; compensable disease. Case Name................. Jones v. Woodward and Lothrop, Case Number............... CAL95-06121 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Benjamin Boscolo Counsel/Defendant......... C. CoxenDate...................... 09/16/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiffs allegedly struck when defendant attempted left-hand turn in front of plaintiff which resulted in collision. Verdict................... For Plaintiff's: Plaintiff 1: $3,172 (meds), $240.50 (lost wages), $5,000 (non-economic)

Plaintiff 2: $5,433.73 (meds), $222.50 (lost wages), $2,500 (non-economic)

Case Name................. Evans v. Day, Case Number............... CAL94-11224 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Perry Hilbert Counsel/Defendant......... Burt ZurerDate...................... 09/17/96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice. Defendant while performing laparoscopy to abdominal area - peritoneal cavity, allegedly improperly used a trocar which caused severence of tehiliac artery, which apparently resulted in extreme loss of blood. Plaintiff alleges loss of blood threatened Plaintiff's life. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Davis v. Scartascini, Case Number............... CAL94-00873 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Burt Khan Counsel/Defendant......... K. ArmstrongDate...................... 09/17/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended while stopped at intersection. Claim against first defendant dismissed. Verdict................... For Second Defendant; damages only Case Name................. Strothers v. Winslow, Case Number............... CAL94-19745 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Keiler Counsel/Defendant......... Francis LanasaDate...................... 09/17/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended while stopped for a line of cars. Lead car making left-hand turn. Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $329.43 (past meds), $100 (future meds), $305 (lost wages), $5,700 (non-economic) Case Name................. Desantis v. Buckley, Case Number............... CAL94-03816 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bruce Plaxen Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey SealDate...................... 09/17/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly rear-ended by defendant at intersection. Verdict................... For Defendants; liability only Case Name................. Raji v. Garcia, CAL94-17830 consolidated with Case Number............... Akinrinsola v. Garcia,

CAL95-05271

Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Pro Se Counsel/Defendant......... Suzanne Ingerrsoll, James Lombardi, A. GbenjoDate...................... 09/19/96 Case Type................. Negligence; individual Plaintiff's alleged injuries resulting from a gas explosion allegedly relating to pipes and couplings for which Defendant Washington Gas was responsible. Said individuals settled and Defendantowners of property and insurer pursued Defendant Washington Gas for contribution. Verdict................... For Plaintiff's; liability only. Case Name................. Hayes v. Washington Gas, CAL94-24827 consolidated with Case Number............... Allen v. Washington Gas, CAL95-00433 consolidated with

Berkshire Invest v. Wash. Gas, CAL95-03170 consolidated with

Eberhardt v. Wash. Gas, CAL96-06897 consolidated with

Carroll v. Wash. Gas, CAL95-21817

Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... T. Bambrick, J. Wothers,

M. Palmer, Jonathan Kearns,

Counsel/Defendant......... Michael Durkin, Patrice LatimerDate...................... 09/19/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. WCC denied that Claimant had neuropathy caused by job related injury. Verdict................... For Respondent/Employer Case Name................. Victor v. Fox Chevrolet, Case Number............... CAL95-01076 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... D. Bokow Counsel/Defendant......... W. BattonDate...................... 09/19/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff alleged rear-ended by uninsured motorist. Insurer agreed to facts. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Elliot v. Nationwide Case Number............... CAL94-08312 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... E. Gerstenfeld Counsel/Defendant......... Francis LanasaDate...................... 09/19/96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff alleged slammed his back onto the engine housing of a boat when Defendant took his hands off the wheel causing the boat to pull sharply to the left. Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $7,000 (meds), $0.00 (lost wages), $0.00 (non-economic) Case Name................. Koutras v. Racicot Case Number............... CAL93-11456 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Greene Counsel/Defendant......... Karen SussmanDate...................... 09/23/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly pulled out of driveyway when defendant struck her. Verdict................... For Defendant; Motion for judgment granted Case Name................. Smyth v. Weber Case Number............... CAL92-04803 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Pro Se Counsel/Defendant......... Rocco NunzioDate...................... 09/24/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff attempted to make a left turn from Safeway parking lot. Plaintiff was signaled to do so by person in traffic on her left. As she crossed lane, Defendant went around person on Plaintiff's left, crossed center line, drove on wrong side of road (attempting to go around said person and traffic) and struck Plaintiff Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Racelis v. Cave, Case Number............... CAL94-05640 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... R. Wrager Counsel/Defendant......... A. M. McGinleyDate...................... 09/24/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff, while in far left lane, was struck on passenger side of vehicle, by Defendant who was travelling southbound Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $11,428.24 (meds), $1,843.41 (lost wages), $2,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Padgett v. Robson Case Number............... CAL94-23673 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. O'Reilly Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas FarringtonDate...................... 09/25/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff allegedly struck by defendant while on parking lot Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Quade v. Dutrow Case Number............... CAL95-00558 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Vaughan Counsel/Defendant......... George MengDate...................... 09/25/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff (pedestrian) allegedly struck by phantom vehicle while walking. Verdict................... For Defendant; liability only. Defendant's Motion for Judgment granted. Case Name................. Savoy v. MAIF Case Number............... CAL95-01305 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Charles Krikawa Counsel/Defendant......... Myron LoydDate...................... 09/26/96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff iff allegedly struck by second defendant who was driving first defendant's truck when suddenly second defendant started backing up and struck Plaintiff. Second defendant admitted liability at the scene. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; liability only.

Onwumechili v. Browning-Ferris, Inc., et.al.,

Case Name................. CAL95-02870 Case Number............... Ahalt Judge..................... Maryrose Nwadike Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Gately, G. Bogris Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 09/26/96 Case Type................. Premises liability. Plaintiff allegedly fell off defective chair provided by Defendant on Defendant's premises. Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $3,190 (meds), $465 (lost wages), $345 (non-economic) Case Name................. Coles v. Family Furniture, Case Number............... CAL95-00833 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... William Kohler Counsel/Defendant......... Tom McManusDate...................... 09/26/96 Case Type................. WCC appeal. Commission awarded Claimant 38% permanent-partial disability based on back injury. Plaintiff sought permanet-total disability based on educational deficiency, as well as medical disability, i.e., based on fact not able to enter job market because sedentary work requires skills beyond claimant. Verdict................... For Claimant; 75% disability. Case Name................. Wilson v. Bell & Sons, Inc., Case Number............... CAL95-24597 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Robert Flack Counsel/Defendant......... Robert SintonDate...................... 09-26-96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice. Plaintiff, amateur body builder, alleged failure to properly diagnosis muscle tear which resulted in pectoral, deltoid and bicep muscle atrophy and damage. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $1.1 million (lost wages), $450,000 (non-economic), reduced to $350,000 on Defendant's Motion for Remittitur. Case Name................. Groce v. Azer, Case Number............... CAL95-05006 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... M. Ballenger Counsel/Defendant......... L. Scott, W. EhrmantrautDate...................... 09-27-96 Case Type................. Medical malpractice. Plaintiff had bacterial endocarditis (infection of heart) resulting in artificial aortic heart valve transplant. Plaintiff alleges failure of Defendant to diagnose resulted such damages. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $36,690.84 (past meds), $45,000 (future meds), $10,261.58 (lost wages), $400,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Stanley v. Dimensions Health, Case Number............... CAL94-06321 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bruce Bender Counsel/Defendant......... Scott Sonntag, Amy RobertsDate...................... 10-01-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission awarded claimant 40% disability/loss of use to leg (25% due to work related accident; 15% pre-existing) and 10% industrial disability to back (unscheduled member - "other cases"). Claimant claims 75% industrial disability. Verdict................... For Employer and Insurer; Commission award left the same. Case Name................. Paitkowski v. McDonalds Case Number............... CAL95-00220 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Benjamin Boscolo Counsel/Defendant......... R. ClasingDate...................... 10-02-96 Case Type................. Motor tort. Plaintiff was northbound on Marlboro Pike Defendant attempted to make a left turn onto southbound Marlboro Pike crossed northbond and collided with Plaintiff. Verdict................... For Plaintiff; Plaintiff's motion granted as to liability; jury verdict on damages: $18,667 (Meds), $6,500 (Lost wage) ($$0 (non-economic) Case Name................. Dorsey v. Lamanna Case Number............... CAL94-06074 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... L. Lapidus Counsel/Defendant......... Frank FordDate...................... 10-2-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was eastbound on Auth Rd., attempting to make a left onto Gloria Dr., when Defendant.1 attempted to pass on left and struck Plaintiff.'s left/driver door. Defendant.2 owned car (?). Defendant.1 and Defendant.2 counterclaimed for personal injuries. Defendant State Farm intervened due to potential claim of Defendants for uninsured/underinsured coverage. Verdict................... For Plaintiff/Cross-Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Hayes v. Jackson, et.al. Case Number............... CAL94-13628 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... E. Harvey Counsel/Defendant......... Richard McBurrows, Thomas Fortune FayDate...................... 10-03-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiffs were southbound on I-95, at or near intersection with Annapolis Rd., when Defendant.1, northbound in lane beside Plaintiff, struck Plaintiff's car, after Defendant.1 was struck by Defendant.2, northbound, coming off ramp from Rt.50. Verdict................... For Plaintiff's against Defendant.1 (Ex parte proof:) - for Plaintiff 1 for $8,715, for Plaintiff 2 for $10,785; Defendant.2 motion granted (Plaintiff not prove negligent against Defendant 2). Case Name................. Bermudez v. Cunningham, Case Number............... CAL93-14029 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Fox Counsel/Defendant......... J ohn HollerDate...................... 10-3-96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall; Plaintiff allegedly slipped and fell in K-Mart on Greenbelt Rd on motor oil on floor. Plaintiff observed employee of Defendant./K-Mart, take an overturned can of oil off a shelf after the fall. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Henderson v. K-Mart Case Number............... CAL95-01560 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... W. Funger Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey DecaroDate...................... 10-08-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff while a pedestrian was struck by Defendant. on Bladensburg Rd. at or near intersection with Eastern Ave., Hyattsville, after Defendant. left roadway. Verdict................... For Defendant. (Defendant not negligent) as to liability only Case Name................. Zheng v. Jackson Case Number............... CAL94-09172 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... G. Giordano, James Vaughan Counsel/Defendant......... D. E. WalkerDate...................... 10-08-96 Case Type................. Intentional Tort, Negligence; Plaintiff on behalf of Cottage City delivered vote of the city to remove Bancroft from Police Department. After delivery, Bancroft improperly stopped Plaintiff and falsely arrested Plaintiff. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $577.45 ( past meds); $15,000 (non-economic); Jury found actual malice; reset for trial on punitive damages. Case Name................. Angolia v. Cottage City Case Number............... CAL94-09782 Judge..................... R. Woods Counsel/Plaintiff......... Timothy Maloney Counsel/Defendant......... Daniel Karp, W. Chen, R. Colaresi, Y. BryantDate...................... 10-09-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff while on Cherry Hill Rd., Defendant. crossed center line and collided with Plaintiff Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Corbett v. Cooper Case Number............... CAL94-11590 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Notarius, Daniel LaCivita Counsel/Defendant......... R. Scott, Marc RosascoDate...................... 10-09-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff Williams was westbound on Rt. 450, Landover, stopped for traffic, when Defendant. Tweedy rear-ended him and pushed his car into the car in front. Plaintiff Knight, passenger in Williams car, in separate suit (later consolidated) sued Williams, Tweedy, and Defendant. Herron, whom she alleged was the car in front and was making an improper U-turn. Plaintiff Williams later sued/added Nationwide, claiming that Defendant Tweedy and Defendant Herron were uninsured or underinsured and/or accident caused by phantom [a Mr. Little, who was later discovered, and whom Defendant. Herron claimed hit him, claimed phantom hit Little (Little not sued due to statute of limitations)]. Defendant Nationwide crossed claimed against Defendants Tweedy and Herron. Verdict................... For Plaintiff Knight as to liability only. (Special issues verdict: Herron, Williams and Tweedy found negligent; Little found not negligent - not a proximate cause; Phantom: same), Cross claim dismissed. Case Name................. Williams v. Tweedy, CAL94-02825, consolidated with Case Number............... Knight v. Williams, CAL94-04000 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... John Quagliato, Michael Burstein Counsel/Defendant......... William Zifchak, Myron Loyd; Michael DeSantis, Giancarlo GhiardiDate...................... 10-09-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission awarded Claimant 65% disability (back injury), 30% due to accident, 35% pre-existing Verdict................... For Claimant: Jury found 40% due to accident, 30% pre-existing. Case Name................. Battle v. Harkless Case Number............... CAL95-22050 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Robert Flack Counsel/Defendant......... T. MichelsDate...................... 10-10-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was rear ended in parking lot of Langley Park Shopping Center by Defendant Verdict................... For Defendant. (not negligent) Case Name................. Ijelu v. Head Case Number............... CAL92-18456 Judge..................... Chappelle Counsel/Plaintiff......... S. Kannect Counsel/Defendant......... Dorothea LeonnigDate...................... 10-10-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was cutting grass along sidewalk along Audrey Ln. at Eastover Shopping Center when Defendant, travelling southbound on Audrey Ln. drove onto curb and struck Plaintiff Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only (Plaintiff contributorily negligent.) Case Name................. Said v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL93-23216 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Nemeroff Counsel/Defendant......... Lisa FentressDate...................... 10-10-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff allegedly struck at or near intersection of Bladensburg Rd. and 40th Ave.; fault of Defendant. Defendant counterclaimed that Plaintiff ran a red light. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only. Defendant found negligent Case Name................. Anjuwon v. Record Case Number............... CAL94-06179 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... E. Cotts, D. Dillon Counsel/Defendant......... M. Keating, Marcia HarmonDate...................... 10-16-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was rear-ended by Defendant while travelling on Allentown Rd toward intersection with Branch Ave., Camp Springs. Raining at time. Verdict................... For Defendant. Defendant found not negligent. Case Name................. Keeling v. Studds Case Number............... CAL95-01803 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Richard Galiher Counsel/Defendant......... Catherine CollinsDate...................... 10-16-96 Case Type................. Plaintiff alleged that a firebomb thrown into Plaintiff.s' babysitter's apartment at Avalon Hills, seriously injured Plaintiffs' son and killed Plaintiffs' minor daughter. Verdict................... Case settled (on or about second day of trial; jury had been selected). Case Name................. Zamba v. NHP Property Management Case Number............... CAL93-16929 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Fenster Counsel/Defendant......... Y. BryanDate...................... 10-16-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was waiting in driveway of shopping center when Defendant Rogers attempted a left turn into same driveway and was then struck by Defendant Brannock, who was travelling westbound Verdict................... For Plaintiffs and Defendant Brannock against Defendant Rogers as to liability only Case Name................. Weintraub v. Brannock Case Number............... CAL94-04321 Judge..................... Mason Counsel/Plaintiff......... H. Dwin, J. Smiley Counsel/Defendant......... John Holler, Thomas FarringtonDate...................... 10-17-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiffs alleged that Defendant 1, Plaintiff 1's father, ran-over/struck with car Plaintiff 1 and Plaintiff 2. Plaintiff 1's girlfriend, who were pedestrians, in driveway of home of Plaintiff 1 and Defendant's (parents of Plaintiff 1; Plaintiff .2: mother of Plaintiff 1). Plaintiff 1 admitted accident. Plaintiff in consolidated case, State Farm, sued Defendants for declaratory judgment, alleging domestic altercation -Plaintiff 1 threatened to kill Defendant 1/father - Defendant 1/father intentionally struck Plaintiff 1. Verdict................... For Defendant's as to Snowden v. Snowden (no negligence in driving); for Plaintiff as to State Farm v. Snowden (Jury found accidental, not intentional). Case Name................. Snowden v. Snowden, CAL94-14413 consolidated with Case Number............... State Farm v. Snowden, CAL95-03835 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Schuette Counsel/Defendant......... J. SullivanDate...................... 10-17-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was northbound on Branch Ave. near intersection with Linda Lane, when she was rear-ended by Defendant Verdict................... For Defendant (Jury found Plaintiff not in car - witness said past car and didn't see Plaintiff) Case Name................. Stribling, et.al. v. Johnson Case Number............... CAL95-06332 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bruce Plaxen Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey SealDate...................... 10-17-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; District Court appeal; Plaintiff was thrown into a Metro bus window due to negligence of bus driver. Location: Ft. Totten. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Poppos v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL94-16476 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... Pro se Counsel/Defendant......... Lisa FentressDate...................... 10-18-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was northbound on Rt. 301, proceeding through an intersection on a green light when Defendant 1, driving dump truck southbound on Rt. 301 ran a red or yellow to make a left onto Mattawoman/Beantown Rd. and struck Plaintiff Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Smith v. Barrett Case Number............... CAL95-13143 Judge..................... Ahalt Counsel/Plaintiff......... J. Gibson, L. Manley Counsel/Defendant......... Robert SintonDate...................... 10-22-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was northbound on 2nd St. when Plaintiff attempted to make a left turn onto Little Montgomery St., Laurel, when Defendant came from behind and struck Plaintiff's driver side of car. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Thompson v. Reed Case Number............... CAL95-09100 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... T. Nunzio Counsel/Defendant......... J. GilbertDate...................... 10-22-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff, minor passenger was northbound on Allentown Rd., at or near intersection with Temple Hill Rd., Camp Springs, when Defendant pulled out of driveway and collided with Plaintiff Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $7,955.49 (past meds); $43,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Garrison v. Ware Case Number............... CALCAL94-15040 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... C. Parsons, Van Powers,

A. Wilken

Counsel/Defendant......... Marcia HarmonDate...................... 10-23-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff was passenger (mother = driver), westbound on Riverdale Rd., when Plaintiff's car attempted left turn onto 66th Ave., and was struck in driver's side of car by Defendant Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Rudd v. Le Case Number............... CAL94-07018 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Don Ansell Counsel/Defendant......... Timothy SmithDate...................... 10-23-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission found 28% industrial loss of use - 14% pre-existing. Verdict................... For Defendant; Jury found 28%/14% Case Name................. Wright v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL95-25932 Judge..................... Woods, R. Counsel/Plaintiff......... Thomas Teodori Counsel/Defendant......... Robert StrayhorneDate...................... 10-24-96 Case Type................. Other Tort; Plaintiff fell when step crumbled; Defendant Landlord knew longstanding disrepair. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Duncan vs. Halpin Case Number............... CAL95-04521 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Allen Popkin Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey SealDate...................... 10-24-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp appeal.; Commission found no accidental injury or occupational disease. Claimant alleged postural strain of neck due to secretarial work station. Verdict................... For Claimant; Jury found accidental injury. Case Name................. Odom v. Pickett, Houlon Case Number............... CAL-19393 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Benjamin Boscolo Counsel/Defendant......... E. GoldsmithDate...................... 10-28-96 Case Type................. Motor tort; Plaintiff.1, driver, Plaintiff.2, passenger, were stopped at red light on Landover Road at intersection of Neighbor Lane, Cheverly, when they were rear ended by Defendant. Defendant counter-claimed against Plaintiff 1. Verdict................... For Plaintiff 2 for $25,000; For Defendant on counterclaim against Plaintiff 2 for contribution. Case Name................. Lyles v. Mowbray Case Number............... CAL93-07030 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Bruce Bender Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas FarringtonDate...................... 10-28-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was northbound on Westchester Park Dr., at or near intersection with Kenilworth Ave., College Park, when Defendant rear-ended Plaintiff. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Cobbs v. Salamat Case Number............... CAL94-23146 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Harry Goldwater Counsel/Defendant......... Chandrima ChakrabartiDate...................... 10-28-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiffs were passengers in Defendant 1's bus, which was south-west bound on curved exit ramp leaving P.G. Plaza Shopping Center when Defendant 1's driver or Defendant 2, driver of another car, collided on the ramp. Verdict................... For Defendants as to liability only Case Name................. Higgins v. Graham, CAL93-18972 consolidated with Case Number............... Gilbert v. Graham, CAL94-10021 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Cleaver Counsel/Defendant......... Don Parker, T. Myron LloydDate...................... 10-29-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was eastbound on Ethan Allen Ave when Plaintiff. was rear-ended by Defendant Verdict................... For Plaintiff: $3,284 (past meds); $650 (lost wages); $1,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Sudue v. Onofre Case Number............... CAL95-05273 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... John Quagliato Counsel/Defendant......... Denise PerryDate...................... 10-30-96 Case Type................. Medical Malpractice; Plaintiff. alleged Defendant left piece of wire in breast after previous operation to remove tumor. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to Count I (Negligence): $3,721.81 (past meds); $2,000 (pain/suffering). For Defendant as to Count II (Loss of consortium). Case Name................. Azam v. Gil Case Number............... CAL95-02386 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Paul Wiesenfeld Counsel/Defendant......... Pamela Kincheloe, John PenhallegonDate...................... 10-31-96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall; Plaintiff slipped and fell at car wash located at 7551 New Hampshire Ave., Langley Park. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Spriggs v. Handa Corp. Case Number............... CAL95-25194 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Norman Schneider Counsel/Defendant......... Leonard RedmondDate...................... 11-04-96 Case Type................. Breach of Contract & Tort; Plaintiff entered into a contract whereby Defendant was to build a retaining wall, steps and sidewalk for Plaintiff. Plaintiff alleged breach of contract - failed to complete construction, and negligence: faulty construction - cave-in. Verdict................... For Defendant (Motion for Judgment Granted). Case Name................. Hinton v. Washington Case Number............... CAL95-07627 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... L. Douglas Jefferson Counsel/Defendant......... Carlton GreenDate...................... 11-04-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission found neck injury not causally related to Claimant's injury. Claimant appealed. Verdict................... For Claimant. Case Name................. Najjar v. Digital Equipment Case Number............... CAL95-23472 Judge..................... Casula Counsel/Plaintiff......... Barry Chasen Counsel/Defendant......... Franklin MuherDate...................... 11-6-96 Case Type................. Intentional Tort, Negligence; Plaintiff was followed by police and pulled over while on motorcycle on Martin Luther King, Jr. Highway, Capitol Heights. Thereafter, police/Defendant allegedly knocked Plaintiff down and beat him. Verdict................... For Defendant (Motion dismiss Granted) Case Name................. Waddy v. Romine Case Number............... CAL89-17386 Judge..................... Spellbring Counsel/Plaintiff......... Eugene Yannon, C. Michael Bradshaw Counsel/Defendant......... Alan D'Appolito, Laura GwinnDate...................... 11-06-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff rear-ended while stopped for traffic on Suitland Parkway near intersection Naylor Rd. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $637 (past meds); $105.20 (lost wages); $257.80 (pain/suffering) Case Name................. Hawkins v. King Case Number............... CAL95-00835 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Roscoe, Patrick Devine Counsel/Defendant......... Catherine CollinsDate...................... 11-06-96 Case Type................. Intentional Tort, Negligence; Plaintiff while at Marlton Thriftway Food Store was with mother and took cigarettes to be purchased by mother. Defendant's store security/police handcuffed and abused Plaintiff, although cashier told known practice was okay Verdict................... For Plaintiff. for $5,000.00 (false arrest, imprisonment, defamation, negligence); $10,000.00 punitive damages. Case Name................. Ward v. Thriftway Food Case Number............... CAL94-06558 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Jo Ann Myles Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas WaxterDate...................... 11-07-96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall; Plaintiff slipped and fell on icy park lot of Prince Place, Largo, although Defendant knew for three days of ice. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only. Case Name................. Whitfield v. Condo #1 Case Number............... CAL95-08058 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... Edward Skeens Counsel/Defendant......... Richard SchimelDate...................... 11-07-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was passenger in Defendant 1's vehicle when Defendant 2 attempted to pass on right and struck Plaintiff and Defendant 1's car on rear right side. Verdict................... For Defendants as to liability only Case Name................. Fowler v. Ogunlade Case Number............... CAL94-04061 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Harry Goldwater Counsel/Defendant......... Giancarlo GhiardiDate...................... 11-07-96 Case Type................. Medical Malpractice; Plaintiff 1 (deceased child); Plaintiffs 2 and 3 (parents) alleged that defendant improperly administered drugs and delayed Cesearan section during delivery resulting in death. Verdict................... For Plaintiffs; Plaintiff 1: ($1,313,283.30 (past meds ); $2,000,000 (non-ecnomic); Plaintiff 2: $1,000,000 (non-economic); Plaintiff 3: $1,000,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Davis v. Mody Case Number............... CAL95-07656 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Rober Samet, Martin Trpis Counsel/Defendant......... Charles Channing, Mark Palmer, Roy CowdreyDate...................... 11-13-96 Case Type................. Tort; Dog bite. Plaintiff sued dog owner's Landlords, who were alleged to have known of danger and re-rented premises anyway. Verdict................... For Defendant (Defendant's Motion granted). Case Name................. Shields v. Thomas, CAL93-21603 consolidated with

Shields v. Wagman, CAL93-14058 Case Number............... Ahalt

Judge..................... Aaron Levine, Brandon Levine Counsel/Plaintiff......... Mark Palmer Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 11-14-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was northbound on Kenilworth Avenue when rear-ended by Defendant. Defendant counterclaimed. Verdict................... For Defendant/.Counter-Plaintiff; Counter-Plaintiff verdict: $630 (past meds); $1,440 (lost wages); $7,500 (pain/suffering) Case Name................. Takounakis v. Gill Case Number............... CAL94-19252 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Joseph Rosenberg; Steven Jacoby Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey Seal; Karen SussmanDate...................... 11-20-96 Case Type................. Wrongful Death and Sec.1983 Action; police officer shooting. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Henriquez v. Taylor Case Number............... CAL94-22113 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... George Harper Counsel/Defendant......... Jay CreechDate...................... 11-21-96 Case Type................. Products liability; Plaintiff allged that riding mower flipped - rear over front - and pinned and injured Plaintiff Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $300,000 (jury found defective design). Case Name................. Wells v. Gravely (Tractor) Case Number............... CAL91-15157 Judge..................... Johnson Counsel/Plaintiff......... John Zanelotti Counsel/Defendant......... Philip Cohan, Kimberly WolodDate...................... 11-21-96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff was bit by pit bull owned by Defendant. Defendant Landlord's motion for judgment granted. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Oyelade v. Cannon Case Number............... CAL95-11774 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gina Clark Hayes Counsel/Defendant......... Robert Church, Terrence O'ConnellDate...................... 11-21-96 Case Type................. Negligence; Plaintiff while on construction site, Defendant dropped front-end loader on Plaintiff's foot. Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $2,498.25 (past meds); $8,000 (futuremeds); $104,000 (lost wages); $523,848 (pain/suffering) Case Name................. Dutton v. Smith Case Number............... CAL93-08025 Judge..................... Platt Counsel/Plaintiff......... T. Jones Counsel/Defendant......... Kevin McCarthy, John Costello; Bruce Titus; Timothy AltemusDate...................... 11-25-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was forced off road by Defendant driving 18 wheeler truck. Uninsured motorist claim denied by carrier. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Fleming v. Nationwide Case Number............... CAL95-08413 Judge..................... Melbourne Counsel/Plaintiff......... Mark Doorman Counsel/Defendant......... John MoodyDate...................... 11-25-96 Case Type................. Intentional Tort, Negligence; Plaintiff after exasperated with terrible service of Defendant (U-Haul Manager), called Defendant a deragatory expletive and left. Defendant followed and punched-out Plaintiff., who sued battery and negligence. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only. (Jury found negligence) Case Name................. Lenox v. Wiedmaier Case Number............... CAL94-05125 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gary Rothfeld, H. Cheris Counsel/Defendant......... Leonard RedmondDate...................... 11-26-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was rear-ended while stopped for traffic Verdict................... For Defendant (no proximate cause) Case Name................. Mitchell v. Lanham Case Number............... CAL94-06917 Judge..................... R. Woods Counsel/Plaintiff......... Michael Glynn Counsel/Defendant......... Cyrus PickenDate...................... 11-26-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was passenger in Defendant 2's vehicle passing through intersection when Defendant 1 struck car. Plaintiff claims one or both Defendants ran red light. Each Defendant cross-claimed. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against Defendant 1; For Defendant 2 (as to both cross-claims) as to liability only Case Name................. Stephen v. Kainu Case Number............... CAL95-21272 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... David Rees Counsel/Defendant......... Jeffrey Seal, James GarlandDate...................... 11-27-96 Case Type................. Wrongful Death, Motor Tort; Declaratory Judgment; USAA's insured was in a collision causing death while westbound on Rt. 202. Insured's car was provided by employer. USSA claims excluded coverage under policy. Verdict................... For Insured/Defendant (Jury found not excluded; however, on 12-3-96, Court granted J.N.O.V. for Plaintiff USAA). Case Name................. USAA v. Jones Case Number............... CAL95-08921 Judge..................... Kaminetz Counsel/Plaintiff......... Thomas Farrington Counsel/Defendant......... Chris Dunn, Steve Nemeroff, Sean WallaceDate...................... 11-27-96 Case Type................. Medical Malpractice; Wrongful Death; Plaintiff alleged Defendant delayed diagnosis and failure to take biopsy resulted in death of late wife due to vulva cancer which originally appeared in 12-89. Wife died 1-11-92. Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Carusi v. Sandstrom Case Number............... CAL93-23008 Judge..................... Daniel Schultz Counsel/Plaintiff......... Robert Maynard, Scott Sonntag, Deborah Kane Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 12-03-96 Case Type................. Trade practices violation; Plaintiff 's engine head was replaced by Defendant, but Plaintiff later learned unnecessary to do so. Verdict................... For Defendant (on Motion for Judgment). Case Name................. Trantham v. Tom Hatton Pontiac Case Number............... CAL94-07709 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Clarence Stanback Counsel/Defendant......... Michael MaloneyDate...................... 12-04-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission found 40% industrial loss of use (other cases) relating to neck injury; Plaintiff alleged greater than 40%. Verdict................... For Defendant; Jury found 40% Case Name................. Landis v. Ace Carpentry Case Number............... CAL95-23591 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Barry Chasen Counsel/Defendant......... Donald MaibergerDate...................... 12-04-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was broad-sided by defendant (ran red light). Verdict................... For Plaintiff for $6,030 (past meds); $2,100 (lost wages); $20,000 (non-economic) Case Name................. Martin Case Number............... Viens v. Dawson Judge..................... CAL94-00626 Counsel/Plaintiff......... Martin Counsel/Defendant......... Mary Jo BroussardDate...................... 12-04-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff Thomas while eastbound on Annapolis Rd., proceeding through intersection with 57th Ave., Bladensburg, Defendant WMATA, westbound on Annapolis Rd., attempted a left turn onto 57th Ave. Passenger Garcia in Thomas's car sued WMATA and Thomas. Verdict................... For WMATA in Thomas' suit, For Garcia in her suit for $10,065.54 (past meds); $4,840 (lost wages); $20,000 (non-economic) against Thomas and WMATA, jointly and severally. Case Name................. Sothoron Case Number............... Thomas v. Lee, CAL94-06524 consolidated with Judge..................... Garcia v. Lee, CAL94-06555 Counsel/Plaintiff......... Sothoron Counsel/Defendant......... Vail Kaufman, Keith ParrisDate...................... 12-04-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff while proceeding on green light on exit ramp from Rt.50 onto Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., Glenarden polic officer struck Plaintiff 's car in left side. Verdict................... For Defendant Town of Glenarden as to liability only (Jury found car involved in emergency service, no proximate cause or gross negligence) Case Name................. Harris v. Glenarden Case Number............... CAL95-10031 Judge..................... Smith Counsel/Plaintiff......... Frederick Collins Counsel/Defendant......... Samuel BottsDate...................... 12-05-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff alleged on 7-1-94, while northbound on Nannie Hellen Burroughs Ave., at or near intersection with Division Ave., D. WMATA's bus pulled to stop, Plaintiff went around, and bus pulled out and hit rear fender of Plaintiff 's car. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Johnson v. WMATA, Case Number............... CAL95-04963 Judge..................... McKee Counsel/Plaintiff......... Russel Beers Counsel/Defendant......... Don ParkerDate...................... 12-05-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff while southbound on Coopers Ln., Hyattsville, D., attempting to avoid police chase, rear-ended Plaintiff Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only (Plaintiff found contributorily negligent) Case Name................. Simmons v. Chavis, Case Number............... CAL94-25459 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Michael Sandul Counsel/Defendant......... Solomon SterenbergDate...................... 12-05-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff while on Brightseat Rd. at or near intersection with Glen Arden Parkway, with daughter - passenger, Defendant, who was in front of Plaintiff , made an illegal U-turn and struck front of Plaintiff 's car. Verdict................... On 10-10-96, jury found for Plaintiff as to liability of Defendant. On 12-05-96, jury found damages: Plaintiff : $meds: $2,004.81 (past meds); $2,040 (lost wages); $5,000 (non-economic); for daughter: $$435.29 (past meds) $200 (non-economic) Case Name................. Kelly v. Jordan Case Number............... CAL94-13945 Judge..................... Martin Counsel/Plaintiff......... Ronald Levin Counsel/Defendant......... John HollerDate...................... 12-09-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Plaintiff alleged lifted heavy bag of meat for customer and on customer's instructions and consequently injured back. Commission found no accidental injury arising out of employment. Verdict................... For Defendants (Jury found no accidental injury so arising) Case Name................. Bletch v. Weis Markets, Inc. Case Number............... CAL95-05049 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Barry Chasen Counsel/Defendant......... Douglas KnightDate...................... 12-10-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was struck head on by a party as a result of Defendant striking/rear-ending said party while on Vandusen Rd. near Contee Rd., Prince George's County. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Tisdale v. Chinasa, Case Number............... CAL94-07145 Judge..................... Woods, R. Counsel/Plaintiff......... Peter Chapin Counsel/Defendant......... Patricia Thornton, Jeffrey Seal, Frank FordDate...................... 12-10-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff while on Pensy Dr. near Corporation Dr., New Carrollton, Plaintiff came to a complete stop for ducks crossing the rode (as other drivers did) and was rear-ended by Defendant Verdict................... For Plaintiff for: $3,013.50 (past meds); $1,920 (lost wages); $26,500 (non-economic) Case Name................. Durham v. Robinson, Case Number............... CAL95-01769 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Gary Segal Counsel/Defendant......... Philip BowersDate...................... 12-10-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Plaintiff hurt back while lifting tiles at/after boss's instructions. Commission found no accidental injury arising out of employment. Verdict................... For Plaintiff (Jury found accidental injury so arising). Case Name................. Durant v. Shim Inc., T/A Southern Liquors, Case Number............... CAL94-15875 Judge..................... Krauser Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Cole Counsel/Defendant......... Richard Reische, James HinesDate...................... 12-11-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff's claim satisfied; claim of Counter-Plaintiff went forward. Counter-Plaintiff alleged Counter-Defendant attempted merge at sharp angle and hit right front of Counter-Plaintiff car (Counter-Defendant/Plaintiff had alleged Counter-Plaintiff rear-ended him). Verdict................... For Counter-Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Deal v. Kemokai-Kegley, Case Number............... CAL94-08854 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... L. Greeves Counsel/Defendant......... Stephen Rothandler, Karen SussmanDate...................... 12-12-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Claimant suffered low back injury (fell 20 ft. from scaffold). Commission gave rating of 7.5% industrial loss of use. Claimant sought 25% rating. Verdict................... For Claimant; Jury found 15% industrial loss of use. Case Name................. Ager v. Myers-Christiansen Co., Case Number............... CAL96-06115 Judge..................... Femia Counsel/Plaintiff......... Michael Rowan Counsel/Defendant......... Paul KayeDate...................... 12-12-96 Case Type................. Contract; Plaintiff alleged breach of oral contract for commission in consideration of locating real property for Defendant's sanctuary (Surrattsville High School). Verdict................... For Defendant Case Name................. Kline v. Outreach Christian Center, Case Number............... CAL94-12415 Judge..................... Rymer Counsel/Plaintiff......... Erik Nyce Counsel/Defendant......... Bruce JosephDate...................... 12-17-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission denied causal relationship of Claimant's neurological problems to accident (thrown from horse). Verdict................... Mistrial (attorney's father died).

Shenski v. Kelly,

Case Name................. CAL95-23878 Case Number............... Nichols Judge..................... Michael Berry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Debora Ricks Counsel/Defendant.........  Date...................... 12-17-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff , pedestrian, was hit by Defendant while Plaintiff was in cross-walk of Campus Dr., University of MD, College Park. Verdict................... For Defendant as to liability only Case Name................. Li v. Zabrucky, Case Number............... CAL93-01067 Judge..................... Shepherd Counsel/Plaintiff......... Raymond Hertz Counsel/Defendant......... Michael BudowDate...................... 12-17-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff was southbound on Rt. 295 near ramp from Kenilworth Ave. when Defendant 1 swerved into Plaintiff coming from ramp, and Defendant 2 rear-ended Plaintiff after Plaintiff braked due to Defendant 1. Verdict................... For Plaintiff against both Defendants for $6,021 (past meds); $4,693 (lost wages); $3,500 (non-economic) Case Name................. Miller v. Kansler Case Number............... CAL95-01155 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... V. Daniel Palumbo Counsel/Defendant......... Paul Turkheimer, Marcia HarmanDate...................... 12-18-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission denied Claimant any TTD and surgery expenses. Claimant was bus driver involved in accident. Verdict................... For Claimant; jury found TTD from date of injury to present, and that surgery was necessary. Case Name................. Nicholson v. WMATA Case Number............... CAL95-26435 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... James Cole Counsel/Defendant......... Michael DobbsDate...................... 12-18-96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall; Plaintiff slipped and fell on liquid substance, purportedly in canned goods section, while in Shopper's Food Warehouse Store at 4901 Old Marlboro Pike. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only; Motion for judgment not withstanding the verdict taken under advisement. Motion's basis: Plaintiff did not establish actual or constructive notice. Case Name................. Ross v. Shopper's Food, Case Number............... CAL94-07833 Judge..................... Hotten Counsel/Plaintiff......... Leo Roth Counsel/Defendant......... Christopher DunnDate...................... 12-18-96 Case Type................. Slip/Fall; Plaintiff alleged tripped over metal barrier/edging along sidewalk of post office in city of Laurel 7-16-92. Verdict................... Mistrial Case Name................. Ward v. City of Laurel, Case Number............... CAL94-23550 Judge..................... Perry Counsel/Plaintiff......... Jay Miller Counsel/Defendant......... Robert MorganDate...................... 12-19-96 Case Type................. Workers Comp. appeal; Commission denied accidental injury. Claimant hurt back on shaky ladder while painting piping in drop ceiling and stated that this type of work was unusual (as in strain); Commission thought not unusual conditions for painter. Verdict................... For Claimant; jury found accidental injury. Case Name................. Lamot v. Mayhew Case Number............... CAL95-25584 Judge..................... Nichols Counsel/Plaintiff......... Andrew Kasmer Counsel/Defendant......... Mark KrauseDate...................... 12-19-96 Case Type................. Motor Tort; Plaintiff while south bound on Rhode Island Ave. at intersection with Howard Ave., Beltesville, Plaintiff was struck by Defendant, who was west bound on Howard Ave. and ran a stop sign. Verdict................... For Plaintiff as to liability only Case Name................. Ward v. Dodson, Case Number............... CAL95-17954 Judge..................... Sothoron Counsel/Plaintiff......... Timothy Maloney Counsel/Defendant......... Thomas Medford
These verdicts were first published by the Prince George's County Bar Association through the generous and talented services of Don Patterson and Koolstuf.

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