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Successful jury verdict for client

| Nov 2, 2012 | Firm News |

The Weaver Law Firm successfully completed to verdict a jury trial, representing Remanente Pentecostal de Jesus Cristo against Vidal Revelo d/b/a Arkitectonia Planning & Design. It involved a negligence case pertaining to a construction project. The jury found in favor of Remanente Pentecostal de Jesus Cristo and awarded damages against Vidal Revelo.

Definitions and examples not necessarily related to the above referenced case: Negligence is where someone (Defendant) owes a legal duty to another (Plaintiff), including the duty to exercise reasonable care in performing services, whether gratuitously or for consideration, that the individual should recognize as necessary for the protection of other persons or things. When a Defendant’s substandard work and misrepresentations and failure to conduct due diligence prior to construction caused improper construction in a deed restricted community whereby such a building violated deed restriction or city restrictions. Where a Defendant breached the duty to Plaintiff and such breach proximately caused injury to Plaintiff which resulted in damages including but not limited to out of pocket damages.

  – Article By Richard Weaver

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