Nuclear Verdicts:

Defending Justice For All

By Robert F. Tyson, Jr.

This is the first book ever written for the defense on how to avoid runaway jury verdicts. I wrote this book because I care about fairness. I believe everyone has the right to a fair trial, not just plaintiff lawyers and their clients. Defendants are entitled to have a jury decide their case without being stirred with passion and bias by creative plaintiff lawyers.

This is the defense “playbook” for jus­tice. You will learn trial techniques to even the playing field for defendants seeking a fair trial. Every aspect of a civil jury trial will be covered, from voir dire to open­ing statements to witnesses and finally closing arguments. There is a formula for defeating plaintiff attorneys’ deceptive tactics and psychological gamesmanship, and you will learn it.

With full of 30 years of trial victories and personal experiences, this is a “how to” book. How to defend at trial. How to beat plaintiff attorneys at their own game. How to win.

It is time to bring an end to the epidem­ic of nuclear verdicts across our country. It is time for you to take back justice for all!

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“Nuclear Verdicts Defending Justice for All is truly a transformational turning point for insurance professionals, corporate Risk Managers, insurance companies and defense Attorneys. This book should be required for any claims professional who is responsible for the resolution of liability claims, whether for an insurer or corporate client.”
Libby Evans
Senior Examiner – Broadspire

“… defense attorney Robert Tyson makes his case, rebuts the reptile, and provides a playbook to combat the tactics that are driving up verdicts. Bob’s book, “Nuclear Verdicts Defending Justice For All,” is an invaluable tool for anyone who is interested in the psychology behind these verdicts, and the trial tactics which can be used to minimize them.”
Shari E. Belitz, Esq.
Chief Executive Officer – Shari Belitz Communications, LLC & Chief Marketing Officer – Blueprint Trial Consulting LLC


Podcasts & Videos

The Rise of Nuclear Verdicts
Presented by U.S. Chamber – Institute For Legal Reform
Featured: Bob Tyson

ILR Summit 2020: The Wide Angle: Dynamics of Today’s Nuclear Verdicts
Presented U.S. Chamber Institute For Legal Reform
Featured: Bob Tyson
The Litigation Psychology Podcast – Episode 8
Presented by Courtroom Sciences, Inc. (CSI)
Featured: Bob Tyson
The Litigation Psychology Podcast – Episode 4
Presented by Courtroom Sciences, Inc. (CSI)
Featured: Bob Tyson

Nuclear Verdicts Articles:

California’s Supreme Court Opens a Path So Plaintiffs Can Recover Greater Nuclear Verdicts Against “Deep Pocket” Defendants

Author: Rob Olson | October 12, 2020 3:11pm
In August 2020, California’s Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion and created a significant exception to California Proposition 51 (“Prop 51”). The result of this new exception means a single defendant could be responsible for the entire non-economic damages award, even if a jury apportioned more fault to other defendants — and the plaintiff. This opinion will likely create a new strategy for the plaintiffs’ bar. We anticipate plaintiffs will begin pleading more intentional tort causes of actions and actively attempting to prove these claims, especially against...

Containing Nuclear Verdicts: Preparing for Success in New York Labor Law Claims

Author: Mike Coffey | September 21, 2020 12:14pm
Claims Magazine – September, 2020

New York has experienced an explosion of nuclear verdicts in Labor Law jury trials in the last few years. In 2015, the average payout of a neck/back injury came in just under $3.8 million, while a traumatic brain injury received around $5 million, according to VerdictSearch. Skip ahead just a few short years, and by 2019, the average neck/back injury was awarded $6.8 million at trial, while brain injuries skyrocketed to over $27 million. What is happening out there?


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