Intentional Torts Trials

At Brock Person Guerra Reyna, we have tried hundreds of cases over the years, too many to include in this website. We have, however, chosen to include each of those cases governed by a jury verdict where the amount sought was in excess of $500,000. It is important to note that we have included every case tried under this broad category, not just select verdicts.

Keil v. Security Consultants (Bexar County) Plaintiff, a retail salesperson, was terminated from her job after an undercover investigation suggested she was stealing from a large department store. No documents were ever generated substantiating the allegations. The security company which conducted the investigation published the allegations to store employees. Thereafter, the Plaintiff was unable to find work and lapsed into a clinical depression for which she was treated. The medical specials were $13,000 and the lost wages were $327,000. The Plaintiff asked the jury to award $3,000,000. The pre-trial demand was $300,000. The pre-trial offer was $50,000. The jury returned a verdict of $27,000 in favor of the Plaintiff.

Montemayor v. Stop-n-Go Markets of Texas (Bexar County) Plaintiffs claimed to have been assaulted by a store clerk. Plaintiff claimed the store clerk came out of the store to attack them after they threatened to report him for closing early. The store clerk indicated he came out of the store, against company policy, to defend his vehicle which was being vandalized. An eyewitness testified that no vehicle was in the area. Plaintiff sued for the intentional torts of assault, false imprisonment, defamation, malicious prosecution, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.The Plaintiff asked the jury to award $700,000. The pre-trial demand was $250,000. The pre-trial offer was $5,000. The jury returned a zero verdict in favor of the Defendant.

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