Brian Rubin and Kristen Briney obtained a unanimous defense verdict in a seven day wrongful death jury trial in Maricopa County in October 2018. The case involved a car/pedestrian accident on a two lane road. Plaintiffs sued the Thomas Rubin & Kelly client but never made a pretrial demand. At trial, Plaintiffs asked the jury
Click HERE to read our November 2018 Newsletter “An Interpleader Is An Insurer’s Best Option When Faced With Multiple Claims In Excess Of The Liability Policy Limits.”
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Click HERE to read our June 2018 Newsletter “Efforts To Increase Minimum Automobile Liability Limits to 25/50/25 In Arizona Fall Short.”
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Click HERE to read about the significant modifications to the Arizona Rules of Civil Procedure and limitations on discovery, along with the new Arizona rules setting forth clearer mandates for sanctions for discovery abuses, and the anticipated impact of new rules for the insurer, self-insured entity, and third-party administrators.
In order to prove bad faith, the insured must show that the insurer acted unreasonably and either knew its conduct was unreasonable or acted with such reckless disregard that they should have known that their conduct was unreasonable. According to a new decision rendered by the Arizona Court of Appeals, unreasonable conduct may include not
Brian Rubin and Kristen Briney recently obtained a unanimous defense verdict in a four day Jury trial in Maricopa County. The case involved a left turn mishap resulting in a multi-vehicle collision at a freeway interchange. Plaintiff sued the Thomas Rubin & Kelley client, demanding $250,000. Plaintiff’s pre-trial demand never fell below $100,000, and at
Jay Spamer has obtained another great result in a four-day jury trial in Pima County Superior Court. Plaintiff was rear ended by the Thomas Rubin & Kelley client and claimed permanent orthopedic and closed head injuries. Plaintiff also rejected a $40,000.00 Offer of Judgment made before trial. The jury came back with a Defense Verdict
Jay Spamer recently obtained an outstanding result in a four day jury trial in Maricopa County. The Plaintiff, involved a multi-vehicle freeway collision, sued the Thomas Rubin & Kelley client, and was seeking a six-figure jury verdict. Prior to Trial, Plaintiff’s demand never went below six-figures. Further, Plaintiff rejected an Offer of Judgment of $50,000