About Beating Goliath
Produced in collaboration with LemonPie.
The lawyers of Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C. have made protecting the rights of people unjustly injured the focus of their practice since 1982.
Now, they’re sharing a behind-the-scenes look at some of their biggest trials in history on Beating Goliath: A Plaintiff’s Pursuit of Justice.
Join Patrick Salvi II, Managing Partner of the firm’s Chicago office, and host Marcie Mangan as they take a deep dive into how Salvi Law attorneys won these incredible, at times record-breaking, verdicts and found justice for their strong and persevering Chicagoland clients.
Through interviews with victims and key witnesses, archived media coverage, and recounts from Patrick himself, they’ll bring these life-changing cases to life through audio.
Season one trials will include an Iraq War veteran’s fateful encounter with a forklift, a young dancer paralyzed at the nation’s third-largest airport, and a 13-year-old who lost his life after being struck by an ambulance.
Tune in to hear how the Salvi team pursued justice and, ultimately, defeated Goliath.
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In the third and final episode of Season 3 of Beating Goliath, Tierney’s case is in the hands of the jury.
During closing arguments, Tierney’s attorneys suggested a verdict of around $175 million, while the defense attorneys for the city of Chicago suggested just about $30 million, a number not much different than their original settlement offer. It was clear both sides believed in their case – but it was only a matter of time before the jury would return their verdict and Tierney would hopefully, finally see justice.
After deliberating for about five hours, Tierney’s attorneys receive a call that the verdict is in. After rejecting one last settlement offer from the defense, Tierney’s attorneys find out if they made the right call in rejecting their offers.
Listen in to hear the jury’s final verdict.
Visit https://www.salvilaw.com/podcast/ for more information on Tierney’s case and the show.
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