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Dallas Fisk v. Category 5, L.L.C d/b/a Hurricane Grill
and Wings et al., Maricopa County Superior Court,
Dallas Fisk and his spouse were driving through an intersection
when they were struck by a vehicle that allegedly ran a red light,
driven by non-party Holly Kast. Fisk’s spouse died. Kast had a
0.284 blood-alcohol level, and Fisk brought a dram shop wrongful
death claim against Hurricane Grill and Wings, alleging Hurricane
overserved Kast. Fisk sought wrongful death compensatory damages and damages for his crash injuries in the amount of $3 million.
Hurricane Grill argued it was Fisk who ran the red light and caused
the accident. Hurricane Grill also argued Kast consumed three
pints of beer and two shots over two hours and that it did not violate the dram shop statutes because Kast did not appear intoxicated. In addition, 50 minutes had passed from the time Kast left
the restaurant, but the accident scene was only 10 minutes away.
Mark Feurer v. Muhammad Nayer, Mohave County
Superior Court, CV2013-00787
This was a medical malpractice in which Mark Feurer
Dawn Nazos v. City of Phoenix and Jesus Ambrocio,
claimed Muhammed Nayer failed to timely diagnose
and treat a spinal epidural abscess. Feurer claimed Nayer did not
ensure an emergency MRI was completed, did not timely consult
a neurosurgeon, and did not timely transfer Feurer to a Las Vegas
hospital. As a result, he suffered leg paralysis and a neurogenic
bowel and bladder and sought $6 million at trial. Nayer claimed
by the time he saw Feurer that it was too late to prevent Feurer’s
injuries. Nayer also maintained that he did order an emergency
MRI but did not receive the results until eight hours later, and
that it took another eight hours to transfer Feurer to the Las
Maricopa County Superior Court, CV2014-00918715
This was a wrongful death motor vehicle accident case
involving a collision between a City of Phoenix garbage truck and
a motorcycle. Dawn Nazos claimed that city employee Jesus
Ambrocio ran a stop sign while driving the Phoenix garbage
truck and caused the accident, killing her husband Jason Nazos.
She sought $5,800,000 at trial. Ambrocio and Phoenix argued
that Ambrocio did stop at the stop sign, and that Nazos was
moving between 75 and 95 mph when he struck the garbage