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Hebert v. Allstate Ins. Co., 2015-0762 (15th JDC 06/29/17),

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Trial Court:  15th JDC      Local Rules

Jury Trial

Parish: Lafayette
Judge: Earles, Kristian Dennis trial court judge
Anthony M. Fazzio Plaintiff Counsel
Christopher Shannon Hardy Defense Counsel
Patrick J. Briney Defense Counsel

Expert Witnesses
Nancy Favaloro Vocational rehabilitation Plaintiff Expert
Shelly Savant Neurology and psychiatry Plaintiff Expert
Dennis Boudreaux Forensic economics Plaintiff Expert
Scott O. Ganaja , P.E. Mechanical engineer - design and manufacture of exercise, medical, bicycling, and consumer products Plaintiff Expert

Case Tags: Products Liability, Quantum,

Hebert, Sophie

Age: 3

$1,500,000   (CPI inflation adjusted: $1,500,000)
CPI adjustments calculated using U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index values for case/judgment date and the most recent update.

The jury verdict form does not separate out damage items. Not clear how much of the award amount was for medical expenses.

Primary Injury:
  • Traumatic amputation of four fingers on dominant hand - fingers caught in unguarded chain of adult tricycle - permanent injury
    Part tags: 4 fingers, Hand
    Description tags: Sever/traumatic amputation injury, Permanent injury/impairment

Itemized general damages
General and special damages - lump sum award $1,500,000.00
Consortium Damages
Father Henry Tyler Hebert $25,000.00
Mother Brooke Hebert $75,000.00

Case Notes

Jury verdict awarding damages for four finger amputation.


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