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Posted on July 23, 2013

$19.466 Million Jury Verdict Secured by Spencer Lucas in Motorcycle Crash Case

On July 16, 2013, Panish Shea & Boyle LLP attorney Spencer Lucas and co-counsel Charles Koro of Brown, Koro, and Romag secured a $19.466 million jury verdict for a motorcyclist involved in a catastrophic collision with a construction vehicle. The case was tried in Pomona, California. The December 15, 2009 crash occurred in Lomita,...
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Posted on June 25, 2013

Spencer Lucas Named One Of California’s 50 Lawyers On the Fast Track

Panish Shea & Boyle LLP attorney Spencer Lucas has been recognized by The Recorder legal publication as one of California’s “50 Lawyers on the Fast Track.” The award is given to attorneys with 10 or fewer years of practice whose “early accomplishments indicate they will be tomorrow's top lawyers and leaders” and who “stood...
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Posted on April 26, 2013

$ 8.5 Million Recovered for Family of Father Killed in Motorcycle Crash

Brian Panish, Spencer Lucas, and Juan J. Dominguez recovered an $8,500,000 settlement for the family of a 50 year old man who was killed in a motorcycle collision on February 17, 2012. The decedent was operating his 2011 BMW motorcycle when he was slowing for a pedestrian at the intersection of Florence Avenue and...
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Posted on January 24, 2013

Spencer Lucas Details How to Win a “Mild” Brain Injury Case

In this month’s issue of Advocate, Panish Shea & Boyle’s own Spencer Lucas explains how to go about representing a client who has experienced a “mild” brain injury.  Although this type of injury can have lifelong repercussions, defense attorneys will take pains to discount the client as a malingerer, someone who plays up their...
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