Jury Finds L.A. Physician Not Liable in $1.7 Million Medical Malpractice Trial

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 2, 2018) – After a 3-week trial, a California Superior Court jury in San Bernardino has found a physician in Upland, Calif. not liable in a $1.7 million medical malpractice case. Tyson & Mendes attorneys Susan Oliver and Jennifer Lowis represented Dr. Mark L. Alwan in the high stakes case, which alleged wrongful death and professional negligence.

Tyson & Mendes Opens Third San Diego Office: Firm Growth Attributed to Rapidly Expanding Automotive Liability Litigation Practice

SAN DIEGO (July 10, 2018) – Continuing its accelerated growth over the last two years, civil defense firm Tyson & Mendes LLP has opened its third office in San Diego, marking its 10th office across the country. The new office, located at 4435 Eastgate Mall, Suite 400 in the UTC area, will focus primarily on the firm’s Automobile Liability Litigation practice, which has increased in size exponentially in the last two years.

Civil Litigation Firm Tyson & Mendes LLP Expands Denver Office: Partner Jacob Felderman Relocates to Exclusively Serve Colorado

DENVER (Jan. 3, 2017) – Tyson & Mendes, one of the country’s fastest growing legal defense firms, is expanding its Denver office with the relocation of partner Jacob Felderman, who will handle all aspects of insurance defense litigation throughout the state of Colorado. The firm’s practice areas include construction defect, personal injury, insurance coverage disputes, insurance bad faith, professional liability, directors’ and officers’ liability and wrongful death lawsuits, and employment law.

Tyson & Mendes Obtains Defense Verdict in $23 Million Toxic Tort Jury Trial

LOS ANGELES (July 2017) – In a carefully watched case, a Ventura County Superior Court jury rejected a $23 million demand following a contentious 10-week toxic tort trial, determining that three companies were not liable for a boy’s birth defects after his mother claimed she was exposed to pesticides. Tyson & Mendes’ Los Angeles partner Kevin Place and San Diego associate Kathryn Lee defended the trial along with three other defendants against a minor plaintiff – represented by Waters Kraus & Paul – who alleged in-utero exposure to toxic chemicals had resulted in permanent disabilities.

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