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Date: 05-23-2018

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Raymond Biggs v. Marrero Luis Jorge, Ironclad Logistics, LLC and Lily Transportation Corp.

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Case Number: 1:17-cv-05521-BMC

Judge: Brian M. Cogan

Court: United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York (Kings County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Jerry Simon

Defendant's Attorney: Jennifer Rebecca Harris

Description: Brooklyn, NY - Raymond Biggs sued Marrero Luis Jorge, Ironclad Logistics, LLC and Lily Transportation Corp. on personal injury auto negligence theories.

Outcome: 05/23/2018 Minute Entry for Jury Trial held on 5/23/2018 before Judge Brian M. Cogan. Parties for both sides present. Evidence entered; testimony heard. Plaintiff rests. Defendants rests. Closing argument held. Jury charged, deliberated and returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. (Court Reporter Rivka Teich.) (Clarke, Melonie) (Entered: 05/23/2018)
05/23/2018 20 JURY VERDICT. (Clarke, Melonie) (Entered: 05/23/2018)
05/23/2018 21 CLERK'S JUDGMENT in favor of plaintiff Raymond Biggs against defendants Marrero Luis Jorge, Ironclad Logistics, LLC and Lily Transportation Corp. in the amount of Two Thousand Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($2,250.00). The prevailing party is entitled to recover costs from the losing party. Ordered by Clerk of Court on 5/23/2018. Judgment updated to reflect correct percentage. (Clarke, Melonie) (Entered: 05/23/2018)

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Comments: Editor's Comment: Plaintiff and his lawyer are more than likely not happy with the outcome of this case but it demonstrates a number of tureisms about the civil litigation process. Plaintiff's lawyer spent his time and money to present Pliantiff's case to a jury and the jury accepted that Plaintiff was injured but was unwilling to award the damages that Plaintiff sought to recover.



 
 
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